Call for Artists – Countryside Online Art Competition

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Call for Artists – Countryside Online Art Competition

Time: September 20, 2012 to October 27, 2012
Location: Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery
Street: Online Event
City/Town: Jupiter
Website or Map: http://www.lightspacetime.com
Phone: 888-490-3530
Event Type: online, art, competition
Organized By: John R. Math
Latest Activity: Sep 20, 2012

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Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery announces a call for entries for the gallery’s 2nd Annual “Countryside” online art competition for the month of October 2012.  The gallery would like for all 2D artists (including photography) to submit  their best interpretation of this theme by depicting rural living, rustic charm, the outdoors and pastoral scenes in their submissions to this competition for inclusion into the gallery’s November 2012 online Group Art Exhibition.

The deadline to apply is October 27th and the winners will receive extensive worldwide publicity. For further information and to apply online http://www.lightspacetime.com

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