Saturday, November 20, 2010

heART4Sudan


Returning to this piece as have a deadline of Nov 22 for submission. This is my offering for heart for Sudan project that Trish Mckinney has called to the artists within the area.

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n Darfur Sudan nearly 400,000 people have died since 2003 as a result of civil unrest, lack of food and disease. The UN has identified Darfur as the worst humanitarian crisis in the world today. The heART4Sudan is a community of artists (of all media) dedicated to living simply so that others may simply live. The www.thesudanproject.org is an organization feeding nearly 80,000 Darfuri refugees and villagers through a sustainable agricultural project creating hundreds of schools where more than 19,000 children are receiving an education and hope for a better future and building water yards that are providing safe water to tens of thousands of Sudanese. Through the 5th annual gallery exhibit and sale, heART4Sudan offers creativity and passion from those who want to take action against the atrocities of the genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan. Following are the prospectus for submission: As artists we want you to be inspired by this year's theme - "My Offering". Artists may depict this theme in their own unique vision and style. Artwork is juried from Ginghamsburg Church on Nov 20-22. Drop off artwork during church office hours (go to www.ginghamsburg.org) for details or call 937-667-1069 if you have a piece of artwork you want to donate for the auction to raise money for this project. Ginghamsburg Church address is 6759 S County Road 25A in Tipp City Ohio 45371-9807

Have reached the stage in this piece where decide to start moving into the COI. Yes, definitely the Hand yet the path of the eye that takes in all the work and rests upon the center of interest now needs to be defined. Often set up lights and photograph the work to decide on the rest of the composition highlights and values. There are times when use photo-shop program to build on the image concept (combination of both resources shown here)
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