Today is your last chance to add work for consideration for our very first brick and mortar event in conjunction with The Chocolate Shoppe. Candy entries will be accepted through 11:59pm EST tonight. It’s a fantastic looking show online and I for one cannot wait to see how the selected pieces will look in the space when they debut to the public on March 5, 2010. Wanna come to the opening? RSVP here on Facebook!
Also, while I have your attention with Vicky Knowles‘ lovely art, I’d like to remind you that we’re also accepting entries through the end of the month for our Red Cross fundraiser to benefit Haiti Earthquake relief. Yes, there’s a $10 fee per entry, but half of your fee goes directly to the Red Cross, and the other half goes in the kitty for prize money for the show winner to be voted upon by you next month. It’s a win-win, and we like win-wins here at EBSQ! Please consider entering Art from the Heart to benefit Haiti today!
Better get hopping people – there isn’t much time left!
Be creative, innovative, different, do whatever, use whatever media, any colours any configuration, it doesn’t matter as long as somewhere EBSQ or ebsqart.com is included. Weird, wacky, out there, over there, anywhere – it’s all welcome, so let your mind wander and come back with something for the show. We’d love to see what YOU want to wear!
There are 12 days left to enter work in the joint EBSQ/ImageKind show “Art Of The Equestrian”. It’s a show where, not only will the winner find themselves with great prizes from ImageKind, but the exposure for every participant is fantastic. All the entries will appear on EBSQ and ImageKind. All show entries will also be available for purchase through ImageKind. If you are interested in learning more about “Art Of The Equestrian” – show requirements, prizes, juror information and current entries, click the banner below. If you are unfamiliar with ImageKind, you can get information on who they are and what they offer here.
This really is a great opportunity to participate in something unique and get valuable exposure. I hope that many of you will participate and make “Art Of The Equestrian” a smashingly, wonderful show.