Friday, September 12, 2008

Wild Child Art Classes

First things first.
Congratulations to Christina Sullo!!!!!!!!!!!
"Wanted to share the news, I got in the 2009 Clay Lover's Calendar. You can order one - see the link at the bottom.
Pre-production pricing is still in effect
at http://www.living-tree.net/calendar.htm "

Shameless plug: Christina teaches at Wild Child Arts: (SMILE)

Handbuilding - Let's put the "fun" in functional!! Make serving pieces, dinner ware and much more. You will learn how to make your own molds and create functional
handbuilt pottery.
4 week sessions Thursdays 9:30 - 11:30 $80.00 + $30.00 for supplies September 4 - 25 October 2 - 23 October 30 - November 20

Pottery on the Wheel - Beginner/Intermediate - Work at your own pace, learn and master centering and throwing cylinders. Learn how to pull and attach handles, throw closed forms, and make an oval thrown and altered baking dish.
8 week sessions Thursdays 12:30 - 3:00 $160.00 + $30.00 for supplies October 2 - November 20

Palette Knife Painting- 9/11/08

Turn your ART into your BUSINESS .9/13/08

Pottery Sidewalk Sale 9/13 10am - 6pm

Colors of Life Opening Reception- 9/13/08 7pm -10pm
Charlie Wayne Watson will be playing.

Free Watercolor mini workshops 10/25/08 Ages 16 and up

Go to wildchildarts.net for more information.

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Charleston Plein Air Workshop

3rd ANNUAL
CHARLESTON WORKSHOP
November 5- 8, 2008

You're invited You’re invited to come paint historic Charleston and the Low Country! The colors of the marsh, cooler temperatures, and the autumn light casting on historic buildings are truly inspiring
This 3 day workshop starts with a meet & greet dinner the first night at my house featuring John's now famous Eggplant Parmesan. Then we will paint daily, learning more about capturing the light and shadows, fine tuning your skills about perspective and values - making you more comfortable out side painting.
You will also be able to take advantage of the Charleston Fine Art Dealers Association events that weekend, featuring the Art Walk Friday night, national artists painting in the park on Saturday (a highlight for previous classes), and a live auction Saturday night.
$325 Class limit 12
Hilarie Lambert
843.822.1707
www.hlambert.com

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Art Escapes Fall 2008

Art Escapes Fall 2008 (October 30–November 2)

A three-day “Art Escape” awaits you at the Winthrop Rockefeller Institute of the University of Arkansas System. Held in a relaxing retreat environment atop Petit Jean Mountain, these art workshops are a great way to refresh your creative spirit and enrich your artistic skills. Choose from these three workshops, each taught by a working artist:

· Wildlife Painting with Duane Hada

· Plein-Air Oil Painting with Bill Garrison

· Watercolor Painting with Gloria Garrison

The artists will provide 16 hours of instruction, including individual assistance and critiques. Meals and evening programming will allow more time for sharing and creative interaction. Registration deadline is October 15. Space is limited. For more information, visit www.uawri.org or call 501.727.6220.

Monday, August 25, 2008

Study Watercolor in Italy with Jim Chapman

Gainesville, GA artist Jim Chapman is teaching a 10-day watercolor workshop for the University of Georgia’s Studies Abroad Program in the Tuscan village of Cortona, Italy.

Chapman, whose work has been featured in Watercolor Magic and The Artist’s Magazine, will lead an on-location session (“Experience Cortona”) that runs Sept. 14-24.

There are still a few openings for students, and interested artists – beginning to advanced – are encouraged to sign up.

Chapman, based in Gainesville, works with Morton Vardeman & Carlson and teaches at Brenau University in the Art & Design department as an adjunct instructor.
For more information on the trip, please visit: http://art.uga.edu/index.php?pt=5&id=39, or, for an online brochure, please visit: http://art.uga.edu/files/cortona/CortonaEx-2008.pdf or contact Jennifer Messer, Director of Development at the Lamar Dodd School of Art in Athens at 706-542-0068 or jlmesser@uga.edu.

Friday, August 22, 2008

Art Classes for Home School Children - Monroe, GA

Saturday Art Class for Home Schoolers

(1-3pm) Drawing & Shading 6 weeks

starting September 13th
By: Miss Gwyn McCaslin

This class will be focusing on drawing basics that will build to a finished piece of artwork. This class will be faith friendly.
Class is open for home school children ages 7 to 13 or grade 1st- 6th. If there are more than 20 children, classes will be divided in two age groups with the classes being offered from 8-9:50 and 10-11:50.
WILD CHILD ARTS,INC | 120 N. Wayne St | 770-266-7437 | Monroe | GA | 30655

Monday Art Class for Home Schoolers (9 - 11 am) Pen and Ink drawing 6 weeks

starting September 8th

By: Miss Gwyn McCaslin

This class will be a beginning introduction to ink pens and how to shade using crosshatching (lines) and stippling (dots). There will also be some drawing basics included in this class. These classes will be faith friendly.
Class is open for home school children ages 7 to 13 or grade 1st- 6th. If there are more than 20 children, classes will be divided in two age groups with the classes being offered from 8-9:50 and 10-11:50.



Cost:
o $10.00 Per class hour or $120.00 per child.
o Families can receive a 10% discount for referring another student/family for the classes. (max of 5 families = 50% discount.)
o All supplies are included in the fee.
Supplies:
o Students will be supplied with a personal set of art pencils (2H, HB, 2B, 4B, and 6B) and higher quality paper for their main and final masterpiece.
o Students will need their own sketchbook for at home practice. Each student will be responsible to bring their supplies to class.
*Faith Friendly - Although not Sunday school, the classes will be taught from the perspected that we are created in the image of a very creative God, who makes us all unique. He is the ultimate artist!

Saturday Art Class for Home Schoolers

(1-3pm) Drawing & Shading 6 weeks

starting September 13th
By: Miss Gwyn McCaslin

This class will be focusing on drawing basics that will build to a finished piece of artwork. This class will be faith friendly.
Class is open for home school children ages 7 to 13 or grade 1st- 6th. If there are more than 20 children, classes will be divided in two age groups with the classes being offered from 8-9:50 and 10-11:50.
Cost:
o $10.00 Per class hour or $120.00 per child.
o Families can receive a 10% discount for referring another student/family for the classes. (max of 5 families = 50% discount.)
o All supplies are included in the fee.
Supplies:
o Students will be supplied with a personal set of art pencils (2H, HB, 2B, 4B, and 6B) and higher quality paper for their main and final masterpiece.
o Students will need their own sketchbook for at home practice. Each student will be responsible to bring their supplies to class.
*Faith Friendly - Although not Sunday school, the classes will be taught from the perspected that we are created in the image of a very creative God, who makes us all unique. He is the ultimate artist!

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If there are Middle and High School students interested in classes one may be offered on Saturday from 3-5pm with enough interest.


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wildchildarts@yahoo.com

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

paint out in Tunnel Hill, GA

The Art Alliance of North Georgia is participating in the annual "World Wide Paintout" sponsored by the International Plein Air Painters group. Our paintout will be in conjunction with the "Battle of Tunnel Hill" Civil War reenactment held on September 6th and 7th. There is no entry fee - just the main gate admission which is $5.

The property has 83 acres of rolling meadows, woods, a pre-Civil War plantation house, and several other structures. During the event, there will be many reenactors in period dress, period campsites, horses and a 45 minute battle reenactment.

We're inviting all plein air painters to participate.

For more information, please contact BJ Wright at beejw@charter.net.

Saturday, May 3, 2008

Creative Arts Guild sponsored paint-out in Dalton, GA in 2009

It's just in the planning stage, but the Creative Arts Guild in Dalton, GA, has agreed to help sponsor a paint-out in 2009 (most likely in the Spring).

We need a data base of plein air painters who would be interested in participating. With 20-30 artist's names and contact information, the Arts Guild can begin to line up sponsors.

Everyone interested please contact me at beejw@charter.net and I will pass your information along to Megan at the the Guild. bjwright

Friday, May 2, 2008

Linda Blondheim Tree Painting Workshop

Linda Blondheim Art Studio

Tree Painting Workshop

Freddy Wood's Farm Evinston Florida

November 8-9, 2008

9 AM- 4 PM

150.00 includes the class notebook and instruction.

Register at: lindablondheim12@hotmail.com

This is your opportunity to paint on a Florida Heritage Farm in North
Central Florida in Historical Evinston Florida. We will meet at the Wood
Swink Post Office , the oldest post office and country store in Florida.
Take a step back in time and enjoy painting the huge Live Oaks and tall
graceful Sabal palms with lovely views of Orange Lake. There are beautiful
cattle on the land as well and it is completely private so there will be no
distractions.

We will focus our study on trees for this workshop, including trunks,
limbs, texture, lighting, values, moss, vines color mixing and composition.

The closest restaurant is in Micanopy at Pearl Country Store. It is just
about 5 miles away and that is where the closest available bathroom facility
is located. We will take a break for lunch and bathroom breaks as needed.
Believe me, these minor inconveniences are nothing compared to the beauty
and opportunity of painting this landscape. It is my personal favorite
location to paint in North Florida.



Camping is available at nearby Paynes Prairie State Park and there are
several fish camps in the McIntosh- Orange Lake area which offer clean 2
bedroom trailers for 55.00 per night. US 441 in South Gainesville has many
motels available as well ranging from 50.00-125.00 per night.

Come join me to paint this beautiful private farm in North Central Florida.

All painting mediums are welcome, including gouache, acrylic, oils,
watercolor, casein and pastels

Email me at: lindablondheim12@hotmail.com to register.

www.lindablondheim.com

Monday, April 21, 2008

Karen Hewitt Hagan - France Plein Air Workshop

Hi, I wanted to invite you to join us in France for an exciting workshop in October!

This painting holiday at LVC (Le Vieux Couvent) includes gourmet meals, French wine, tours and accommodations in a beautifully restored convent in the village of Frayssinet in the Lot Valley of France.

There will be demos, plein air instruction,
plenty of time for painting and our meals will be prepared by our hosts Bill and Corinne who live at Le Vieux Couvent.

If you'd like more details call me at 561.685.6526 or look at www.KarenHagan.com on the workshop page and the LVC page to see pictures of the property, the rooms and this incredibly picturesque area.

This is a small class, it's open to all levels and there is room for spouses and a few non-painting friends.

Currently there is space for about 6 more painters to join us!


Hope you can come.
Karen

Thursday, March 6, 2008

Ken Auster Workshop at Hilton Head

KEN AUSTER WORKSHOP
March 26 - 28, 2008
Arts Center of Coastal Carolina and on Location
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Cost: $750
Space is limited.
Contact Ben Whiteside at 843.842.4433
for more information and to reserve a spot.

Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Armand Cabrera Workshops 2008

~ MARCH 2008 ~



Armand Cabrera's 3rd Annual Oil Painting Demo Series
FREE INDOOR OIL PAINTING DEMONSTRATION
McLean Art Society
March 28
10:30 am - 12:30 pm

Location: McLean Community Center
1234 Ingleside Avenue
McLean, Virginia


~ APRIL 2008 ~


ST. SIMONS ISLAND, GEORGIA
Armand will be teaching with the
Plein Air Painters of the Southeast
April 18 - 21
Armand will teach on Saturday, April 19th
Students study for 3 days - 3 different instructors
Contact Mary Anderson at Anderson Fine Art Gallery
(912) 634- 4555
www.andersonfineartgallery.com

Workshop is Full - Wait List Only


~ MAY 2008 ~


Armand Cabrera's 3rd Annual Oil Painting Demo Series
FREE INDOOR OIL PAINTING DEMONSTRATION
THE ARTS CENTER IN ORANGE
129 East Main Street
Orange, Virginia

Sunday, May 4th
Time: 2 pm - 4 pm
This event is Free, however, you must register with
The Arts Center in Orange to reserve your space.
Please call: 540. 672. 7311


~ JUNE 2008 ~


Winter Shadows 12 x 16 Oil

Armand Cabrera's 3rd Annual Oil Painting Demo Series
Free Oil Painting Demonstration
Richland Fine Art Gallery
2131 Bandywood Drive
Nashville, Tennessee
615. 292. 2781
June 12th: 1 pm - 3 pm
Armand will take a small sketch and create a larger painting



Armand Cabrera's 3rd Annual Oil Painting Demo Series
Northern Virginia Location
June 26
Outdoor Painting Demonstration
Location and more information to be announced



~ JULY 2008 ~

Armand Cabrera's 3rd Annual Oil Painting Demo Series
Northern Virginia Locations
July 16
Outdoor Painting Demonstration
Location and more information to be announced



~ SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER 2008 ~


OUTDOOR PAINTING NEAR LURAY, VIRGINIA
in the Shenandoah Valley
September 28 - October 3
This workshop is on a dude ranch in Stanley, Virginia---
right on the Shenandoah River with spectacular views.
More Information

This workshop must be booked by April 30th...
or it will be cancelled.



PAINT THE BEAUTY OF THE SOUTHWESTERN DESERT
Tucson, Arizona
Tucson Plein Air Painters Society
October 23 - 26

(I have taken one of Armand's workshops. He is an excellent Plein Air painter and
instructor. Jim Greenwood - PAG member)

Dee Beard Dean Workshops 2008

April 3–10, 2008
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico – 8 days.
Brush With Genius VIII Tour
For info: email Judith at judithp7@yahoo.com or (205) 970-0766 or (205) 452-2221
www.villajacaranda.com


April 19-21, 2008
PAP-SE Annual Workshop
at Anderson Fine Art
Dee Beard Dean - 2008 Workshop Schedule

St. Simons Island, GA
www.pap-se.com/workshop.htm


May 5-7, 2008
Figurative Work Shop
Quinlan Art Center, Gainesville, Ga. - $550. $30 model fee. To register call 770-536-2575. www.quinlanartscenter.org


September 10-14
Kiawah Island
email Dee for information


October 13-16, 2008
The Figure in Landscape
Anderson Fine Art
St. Simons Island, GA
www.andersonfineartgallery.com

Bill Davidson 2008 Workshops in Georgia

Spring workshop
Buisson's estate on Lake Lanier, Georgia
May 7 - 10, 2008
$425
This is a great location at Bob Buisson's barn and 75 acres of beautiful landscapes on Lake Lanier.THE ESSENTIALS OF PAINTING WELL, SOME PLEIN AIR, TAKING A STUDY TO A LARGER PAINTING, GETTING LIGHT IN YOUR PAINTINGS , COLOR HARMONY, INDIVIDUAL CRITIQUES

Fall workshop
Glen-Ella Springs, Georgia
October 12 - 17, 2008
$525
PLEIN AIR STUDIES, GREAT LOCATIONS , GROUP AND INDIVIDUAL CRITIQUES, A WEEK IMMERSED IN PAINTING BETTER , PLUS GREAT CAMRADARIE AND FOOD.
Please contact ANNEBHILL@aol.com for more information.

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Albany, Georgia

Georgia Artists' of Albany
Workshop Schedule 2008 & 2009
2008
Judi Betts -Watercolor Workshop June 9 - 13, 2008 www.XtraordinaryArt.com Workshop fee 300.00



Fealing Lin Watercolor Workshop September 15 - 19, 2008 www.fealingwatercolor.com Workshop fee 300.00

2009

Joseph Fettingis Watercolor Workshop March 17 - 20 (4 day) www.jfettingis.com Workshop fee 260.00 (approx)

Lian Z Watercolor Workshop
www.lianspainting.com August 10 - 14, 2009 Workshop fee 325.00

Don Andrews Watercolor Workshop
www.donandrews.net September 21 - 25 Workshop fee 300.00

For more information contact: Carole Hall Gum

Georgia Artist's Guild of Albany

Education/Workshop Coordinator

(229) 432-5417

Email: klgum@mchsi.com

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Pine Mountian, Georgia

Pine Mountain, Georgia (Near Columbus and LaGrange)
Downtown Pine Mountain

ART WORKS Class Schedule for March, 2008
Ph: 706-663-7778

Sketching and Technique Workshop - Teens & Adults
Instructor: Donna Bailey
Saturday, March 1
Time: 10am-5pm (bring lunch)
Min. of 5 students, Max.10 Fee: $60

Student brings a 9x12 sketch pad (not newsprint) & an assorted pencils/eraser set
Donna says this is an intense workout sure to please everyone interested in learning more about drawing and composition. Shapes, shading, perspective, and more will be covered, and there is a special treat in store for the afternoon session. Students will sketch from a live model during the final portion of the workshop. Her incredible Victorian attire, long black curls worn up with a large flower behind her ear and porcelain skin guarantee a delightful drawing experience.

Sketching and Perspective Workshop - Teens & Adults - Instructor: Dick Millman
Saturday, March 8
Time: 10am-5pm (bring lunch)
Min. of 5, Max.10 Fee: $60
Student brings a 9x12 sketch pad (not newsprint) & an asst. pencil/eraser set
This class will concentrate on quick sketching techniques with emphasis on getting the perspective right.

After an introductory discussion of some of the ‘rules’, we will do a series of exercises, analyze some photos and get the feel of pencil meeting paper. We will work on composition, finding the ‘focus’, a full range of values, expressing the dramatic and making the drawing ‘read’. We will work with shade & shadows, and weather permitting we will tackle one of Pine Mountains “real” subjects.

Please note: The two pencil drawing workshops above are perfect companions. Together they provide students with a complete & thorough overview of rendering a likeness of any given subject.

Hand Building - an Introduction to Clay
Instructor: Faith Birkhead
Tuesdays, March 11. 18 & 25
Time: 6-8pm Min. of 5 students, Max. 10 Fee: $65

Design considerations, tools & techniques will be discussed in the first session as students roll, cut & build a functional piece of pottery from a lump of clay. Pieces will dry and be bisque fired in time for the second class when students will finish their piece with the application of glazes. The piece will be fired once again in time for the third class which will feature an unveiling of the masterpieces along with a student critique & maybe a peek at the potter’s wheel!

Watercolor Crash Course-'Veggie Garden' Barn at Callaway
Instructor: Brenda Stevens
Sunday, Mar. 16 Time: 2:30--6:30 pm
Min. of students 5, Max. 10 Fee: $60

Learn to mix colors as you use a three-color palette of watercolors to create a small painting of the barn in the vegetable garden at Callaway Gardens. Designed for beginner to intermediate, no drawing skills are required. Learn to mix and blend color to create this landscape, which will soon be gone.

Beginning to advanced students will enjoy the results of this well structured approach to watercolor. All supplies are furnished for this workshop which is held in the ART WORKS classroom.

Precious Metal Clay (PMC) to Fine Silver Pendant
Instructor: D. Jackson Quillen,Level 2 Certified PMC Artisan

Wednesday, March 26
Time: 10am-3pm(1 hr. lunch)
Min. of 5 students, Max. 10 Fee: $70

Saturday, March 29
Time: 10am-3pm(1 hr. lunch) Min. of 5 students, Max. 10 Fee: $70

It’s made from reclaimed, micron sized particles of pure silver & held together by a non-toxic, cellulose based organic binder, which makes it maleable. Stamp, mold, carve & build to create dimensional pieces. A simple, inexpensive butane torch is used to create this beautiful, one of a kind pendant! Repeat students can create with lump clay or choose to use the silver paste. Bring a small leaf with good veins on the backside, paint several layers of silver onto the leaf & capture all the detail of the veins. The leaf disintegrates while you are firing the binder out of the silver and you have an exact replica of the leaf made in 99.9% fine silver. Be sure to avoid smooth leaves as they won’t give you enough detail. Fun, easy, unique & SILVER!

Oils and the Landscape -Teens & Adults
Instructor: Donna Bailey
Sundays, March 9, 16, 23 & 30
Time: 2-5pm
Min. of 5 students, Max. 8 Fee: $100

Join Donna & her oil painters as they venture out to paint the caboose & gazebo next door to ARTWORKS. Students will work from a provided photo or can paint from their own photo. Composition (what to leave in, what to leave out), perspective, texture, lighting & other special considerations as they apply to painting landscapes will be discussed. Great class for both beginners & advanced students. Ask for a supply list when you sign up.

Jewelry Design
Instructor: Faith Birkhead
Saturday, March 15
Time: 1-4pm Min. of 5 students, Max. 10 Fee: $35

Bring a favorite pendant and create a necklace for it using our beautiful beads and findings. Beads, stringing wire, spacers and clasps are provided. Don’t have a favorite pendant? Take Debra’s fine silver pendant class or Jan’s fused dichroic glass pendant class and then you’ll have a favorite pendant! Or you may select one from our collection of pendants which range in price from $10-$20. Wear your new creation and impress your friends when you say, “Thanks, I made it myself!”. Bring a friend or your teenager to share in this fun class.

Mosaic Glass Creations
Instructor: Beverly Roberts

Saturday, March 15
Time: 11am - 4pm Min. of 4 students, Max. 8 Fee: $70

Receive step-by-step, hands-on instruction while creating a mosaic piece of art. Cut & shape colored glass pieces, glue to make your design and grout. Upon completion of this class, participants should be able to apply these same techniques to create mosaic pieces using a variety of materials and surfaces. As time is limited, please bring your lunch. Call Bev if you have questions about the class: 706-322-2942

Glass, Fusing and Lampworking Workshop
Instructor: Jan Hochreiter

Sundays, Mar. 23, 2-6 and Mar. 30, 2-5
Time: 2-6pm Min. of 5 students, Max. 8 Fee: $100

The first day of the workshop you will learn to nip & layer dichroic glass to create a unique pendant with matching earrings. (Dichroic glass has a beautiful, shimmering metallic finish on its surface. As the piece moves, the light hits it from different angles causing the color to shift back and forth between hues.) While the pendants go into the kiln for fusing, you will learn to make lampworked beads (glass beads made over a small torch) to compliment your fused pendant. Matching specks of dichroic glass will be added to the beads. The second day of the workshop you will finish your earrings and create a necklace with your pendant and matching beads. Come by the gallery and look at Jan’s gorgeous work; you’ll definitely want to try your hand at this!

Other classes coming soon:
Stained Glass
Mixed Media Jewelry
Paper Making
Acrylic
Book Making
Batik
Wood Carving
Mixed Media for Kids
Pastel
Tinting B&W Photos
Photography
& lots more!

Be sure to sign our ‘class interest’ sheet in the gallery and we will notify you when we offer a class in which you have expressed an interest.

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

PaintAmerica - Call to Entries

For immediate release PaintAmerica Executive Director

PaintAmerica Announces 2008 Paint the Parks Call to Entries

PaintAmerica, a national, non-profit organization to support and promote the visual arts, has announced the Call to Entries for the 2008 “Paint The Parks” National Artists’ Competition. Paint The Parks will attract many of our nations’ top artists, with a $10,000 purchase award for the Grand Prize. Many other cash prizes and purchase awards will also be available, making Paint The Parks one of the country’s richest art competitions. Full details and entry forms are available at www.PaintAmerica.org

The 2008 Paint the Parks100 Competition and the Paint the Parks “Mini50” provide the country’s top national venue for established and emerging representational artists to showcase their talents. The competition celebrates our country’s national parks, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the National Parks Foundation (www.nationalparks.org) The competition also supports the PaintAmerica mission of providing scholarships for young artists and promoting the visual arts across America.

The Paint the Parks Competition format rewards artists with great potential for sales of their work. It also provides recognition, exposure and awareness through a national traveling exhibition and an online display. The exhibition will be shown in venues such as The Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, St. Louis, MO; The RW Norton Art Gallery, Shreveport, LA; and The CACEG Gallery; Estes Park, CO. Showcasing the beauty and qualities of America’s National Park system as seen through the eyes of its artists is another benefit of the program.

The Second Annual Paint the Parks 100 carries on the tradition of the long-running Arts for the Parks competition. Last years grand prize winners were John Agnew of Cincinnati, OH for his painting “Looking for the Shore” and Ray Hunter of Santa Barbara, CA for his mini painting “Lesson on the Yellowstone”.

Entries representing any of the 390 National Parks are submitted and judged within one of the three National Park Regions. The highest scoring painting from all entries is named the Grand Prize Purchase Award Winner and claims a $10,000 purchase award. It, and the top 33 paintings from each of the three regions advance to the Paint the Parks100. Other artists in the top 100 also have the chance to receive additional cash prizes and purchase awards. Recognition is also given to the “2nd 100” artists.

The “mini” competition is for works up to 180 square inches. The full-size competition accepts work up to 720 square inches. A discounted entry is available for meeting the early deadline of May 1, 2008. The final competition entry deadline is May 31, 2008. Galleries interested in exhibiting the Paint The Parks Top100 should contact PaintAmerica at mail@PaintAmerica.org

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