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MIWAS Summer exhibition and art market

I’m excited to participate in the MIWAS Summer exhibition and art market at the end of the month. This looks like it’s going to be a huge and fun event! I have entered Summit King and Morning Patrol for the exhibition. I have created lots of small works to sell at the art market (see [...]

I am a proud new member of MIWAS!

I am proud to announce that I have been accepted in the Marwell International Wildlife Art Society (MIWAS), the biggest wildlifeartist society in Europe! You can visit their website to know more about the team and their mission. I will probably participate in their prestigious Summer Exhibition in August, stay tuned for more artsy news!

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I’m featured!!!

Yep, that was the big surprise of the day! Brenda Thour from my WWAO group has kindly featured me on her blog! I’m touched and honored to be the guest of such a wonderful artist! Go see her article here and please leave comments!

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WWAO May showcase

I haven’t been very active lately on the web, but I wanted to post this news so you can all discover the wonderful job Brenda has done this month on her site with the WWAO May showcase! If you want to see gorgeous art by really talented artists then this is the place to go! [...]

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OWOH winnerS announced!!!

First of all, I’d like to thank all the visitors who came and left kind comments on my blog for my first participation in the OWOH event! It was really fun, I discovered wonders and met wonderful people, I just wish I had more time to visit all the blogs, but with more than 900 wagons in [...]

One World, One Heart Giveaway

  I discovered this worldwide blogging event only a day ago, almost too late as usual It is hosted by Lisa at A Whimsical Bohemian and from Jan. 19 through Feb. 11, bloggers and others from all over the world can visit and meet with each other, share stories and comments, make connections…  Each participant gives something away [...]