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Comment by Mirco Siakkou Flodin on June 9, 2008 at 2:59
ART-Guests wanted!

The German www.SPALTENSTEIN-PROJEKT.eu
is participating in this exciting event. As an international open source art group, our idea is, that each "Spaltenstein-Participant" buys not only one art spot for themselves, but also reserves up to four spots for other artists who cannot afford to buy one field on their own.

We will present your art and your contribution on the project, you will support and help other artists from around the world and together we will support three aid organisations along with www.ArtWorldProject.com

This is our 35th Spaltenstein-Project and we hope that many of you will participate!


Statement by Mirko Siakkou-Flodin (Coordinator)

Dear Artists, Art friends, -hosts and -guests,

So far I have organized five Spaltenstein projects with a total of 180 participating artists. Many of them joined all projects.

This year, I was invited by ART WORLD PROJECT to participate on their project. I found, this is an exciting project and was inspired to do more than just simply make a contribution as an artist. I decided to combine the ArtWorldProject with our Spaltenstein philosophy of sharing art. I would like to offer my organizational skills and art project experience to make it easy for you to participate as well.
Direct Info Link: http://www.artworldproject.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=158&Itemid=239

I already have bought and reserved 420 fields as a full row over all seven elements on ArtWorldProject. Its row 35 and it stands for the celebration of the 35th Spaltenstein-Project. The full row is like a banner distributed over all seven elements, representing seven continents.

Please feel free to apply for participation (as Art-Sponsor as well as Art-Guest) by forwarding
the following information to me ( by email only to webmaster@mo-metallkunst.de ):
-1. One "JPEG" image (in RGB mode) of your work of art (min. 1 MB | max. 2 MB) as attachment;
-1. Your detailed contact datas (full name, address, eMail, website etc.);
-1. Your Bio (summary);
-1. Title of your forwarded work of art, year of origin, technic, size and short description_if wanted (max. 100 letters);
-1. Information if you would like to offer the original work of art for sale; if yes indicate_your price (in EURO or US$) and if you want to donate a certain amount of this sales_price to the aid projects if it gets sold via the project (not obligating);

I'm truly looking forward to receive your applications, your contributions and to the exchange that will be sparked by this great social world-wide project. ArtWorldProject might get shown in various museums around the world, perhaps it will be also presented close to your home town.

We will display the row 35 with 420 contributions in the city of Ravensburg (Germany) as a large printed banner to be seen by the general public.
I'm looking forward to your participation and this exciting challenge!__Mirko Siakkou-Flodin__
Comment by Patrick Higgins on May 29, 2008 at 3:54
Hi
I'm a Canadian painter.
I am very curious to know which members stuff, figurative or otherwise (although I do lean on painting a little) you think I should see.Who's the best of the best here?I am new to this little community and would appreciate any comments.

Thanks
Comment by ALAN DOHERTY on May 28, 2008 at 12:00
i love anyone who can manipulate the paint and make it look like a human being
Comment by The Tallinn Red Cross Winter Exhibitionin Aid of the Children of Narva on May 21, 2008 at 0:44
Hey,

We at Artenade, in collaboration with the Tallinn and Narva Town Councils and the British Red Cross are organising an exhibition to help an orphange in one of the most deprived areas in Estonia.

Our forth coming exhibition atracted a lot of participation from accross the world giving rise to the Red Cross Summer Exhibition in the Hague (Google that or the Hague Red Cross Summmer Exhibition) in aid of victims of armed conflicts.

Have a look at the page and see if you are interested.

All artists are welcomed and we are keen to promote participation. The winner through the selectin process will be allowed to exhibit their works at the twon hall of Narva for a month and the satisfaction of helping children in need.

Give us a shout if you are keen.

www.artenade.com/tallinn

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Comment by Ivona Pleskonja on May 9, 2008 at 16:08
Hi!
Comment by DionisisChristofilogiannis on May 2, 2008 at 20:01
you may see some more of my paintings:

http://christofilogiannis.blogspot.com/

http://www.artbreak.com/christofilogiannis

etc
Comment by TheMagicBartender on April 16, 2008 at 22:22
Cheers All!!
Sue `*>~[
 

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