A New Book of My Drawings I am Launching on a New Fundraising Platform.

I was invited to kickstarter,com by someone who was already involved. Right now it is invitation only. I have developed a project to publish a new book of my ink drawings. Here is a link to my project:

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1636775991/a-book-the-living-line-a-40-year-odyssey-throu

This platform is a very interesting concept. You must set your goal amount to be raised and the time limit to raise it. If you do not make your goal when the time expires, then any pledges of support will not be charged and the project is over. On the other hand, if you reach your goal before the time expires, then you can continue to raise money above and beyond your goal. It is worth a look and of course if you like my project please be supportive. There are many projects listed to browse. Thanks fellow artists. I would love to hear your feedback about my project and this particular platform concept. It time that artist get more help to produce the culture that our society says is so important. Unfortunately, the artist are taken for granted and must subsidize this very important aspect of life by themselves. We need to find ways to involve the public and receive their contribution. I look forward to hearing from you all. Thanks, Richard

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Comment by Richard Gins on September 16, 2009 at 1:23am
Thanks for your support Greyson. I hope life is treating you good. These are hard times. Limited means inspire new forms. It is times like this that creative people have the edge over the status quo. Powerful times we are in.
Comment by GreysonW on September 16, 2009 at 12:49am
Good work Richard. I like your platform - you are encouraging more artists like you to continue their works and skills for the sake of our dying art industry. Actually because of recession many artist are afraid to put up some exhibits and engaged in getting pay day just to fund their projects. We cannot blame them, instead putting up money and effort to showcase their artistic talents in canvass or frames, they would rather find more stable job to feed their family and their selves as well. Good luck with your projects, I find them very creative and unique, hope you can raise more funds for this. Good day and more power!

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