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I’m doing a GIVEAWAY to say thanks to all the new followers and of course to those who have stuck by me since I started this blog a year ago. :)
HOW IT WORKS
- There are three 10” x 8” mounted prints up for grabs and so there will be three winners.
- Reblog this post, without removing any of the text, to enter for a chance to win.
- After the deadline date I will enter the usernames into a randomizer to select the three winners.
- The first winner will have first pick of the three prints, second winner will get to choose between two, and the third will receive the last print.
- After the drawing I will message the winners to choose their prints. (Make sure your ask box is open! If I can’t contact you I’ll have to select another winner.)
- I will ship the prizes free of charge, even to international addresses!
- You can reblog multiple times if you like but your name will only be entered once.
- You don’t have to be following me to enter, but it would be nice.. :)
DEADLINE: 3:00PM EST on June 10th, 2012 (One week from today!)
April 5th - April 30th, 2012
45 Broughton Street
Edinburgh, EH1 3JU
Tel: 0131 556 7707
And challenge it is!
Occupy Wall Street vs. Tea Party Rally
Q. Why do you think the government has completely cut arts funding?
A. Because the government is afraid of creative people. ART IS POWERFUL! It moves the heart and soul.
Protester Says More Artists Required at #OccupyWallStreet
Today marks the fifth consecutive day of the Occupy Wall Street movement, a grassroots protests of over 2,000 people from all walks of life who have descended on Wall Street to speak out against corporate America’s plundering of the lower and middle classes. In addition to organized demonstrations and rallies twice a day at the opening and closing bell of the New York Stock Exchange, visuals have also played an important role in catalyzing the movement. But one artist at the protest today, Jon McCarthy, says that more artists need to come out. READ MORE
Anish Kapoor was a big inspiration to me when I was in art school. :-) ~ Grayson
Yellow, intstallation by Anish Kapoor. Fiber Glass and Pigment. 600 x 600 x 300 cm.