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Sunday, November 30, 2008

Chris Gilmour The Carboard Master

Chris Gilmour is a british artist borned in 1973, Stockport, now residing in Udine, Italy.
His lifesize sculptures made of cardboard are of great realism.
Gilmour has exhibited his art at colective and solo shows, in cities such as Rome, Bergamo, Milan and New York.
The artist is represented by the gallery Perugiartecontemporanea, Padua.

Via ArtSnack

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

November Winner Notified

According to this previous post, the winner of the two miniature paintings has been notified and has already accepted the prize.
The two free original paintings will be heading to California real soon.
Are you still missing the opportunity to be a winner ?

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Two Free Paintings

Every month, The Art Inquirer gives a free miniature painting to a lucky reader who subscribes using the Feedblitz service.
The winners from the months of August and October have not reclaimed their prizes, therefore this month two free and original paintings will be offered (one for each winner).
You can read here about the whole process; exceptionally the winner of November will be known on the 23rd, thus giving you time to subscribe and that there will be two lucky subscribers.
In December there will also be a special prize for Paypal users.

Friday, November 14, 2008

Arte Lisboa 2008

Arte Lisboa 2008 Contemporary Art Fair, will be held this November from the 19th to the 24th.
The fair takes place at the Pavillion 4 of the FIL ( Feira Internacional de Lisboa), near the Tagus river.
Countries like Brazil and Spain continue to mark a strong presence in this international event.
The opening to the general public starts on the 20th, since on the 19th will take place the preview and vernissage.

Monday, November 10, 2008

Don't Forget the Refugees

Today, November the 10th, bloggers of all world are united to write in the name of refugees.
Indifference and materialism have grown to unexpected levels and people who have no place to go, food to eat and water to drink, are conveniently forgoten.
People need to change their minds and start seeing the world as one. Humankind cannot prosper in the right direction as things are now.

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Be Interviewed by The Art Inquirer

Are you an artist and have your own website ?
Then you do not want to miss this opportunity of gaining exposure.
Every month, or according to the number of followers, The Art Inquirer will interview an artist.
So, become a Follower (see top right) and have the chance to be featured with a link to your website.
After becoming a Follower, please contact if you want to be part of the artists to be interviewed.