Baron Gallery announces that the DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS has been
extended to February 23, 2006 as a CALL FOR ARTISTS, WRITERS, POETS to
contribute to the prestigious illustrated ART AND HUMAN NATURE COLLECTION,
A Literary and Art Book from Sable Publishing for the benefit of the many
projects of The Baron Conservancy, a not for profit, private institution
with a Publication date of March 2006. Join national and international
invited artists for an inspiring Illustrated, Invitational, International
exhibition in book form that remains in print and available for viewing
and purchase in a broad range of venues long after publication.
The publisher wishes to give artists, authors and poets every
opportunity to be invited to contribute while the contributions from an
international roster of excellent submissions may prompt a second volume
to be published in the Fall of 2006.
Subject matter in all artistic disciplines have been expanded to include
Sci-Fi and Fantasy and Digital and Photographic Arts and all mediums are
acceptable. Literary contributions will include selected excerpts from
published and non published novels and non fiction books, essays, blogs,
Exhibition reviews and statements and articles and poetry.
You are invited to:
Submit up to 3 jpg Art Works and/or 3 Written Works and send for review by
email attachment to: email@example.com.
Details and Submission Forms at www.barongallery.com or telephone
760 320 4760 Ed Baron A convenient PAYPAL BUY NOW is available for payment
of $25.00 OR Snail mail hard copies of each submitted work with check or
money order payments of $25.00 and signed Submission Forms by midnight
February 23, 2006.
Join in the Book Publication celebration at The Baron Conservancy, #1
Baron Way in Wonder Valley in March 2006.
6”x 9” Trade Paperback
$15.00 retail in the U.S.
The Art and Human Nature Collection will receive broad exposure and
availability at Barnes and Noble.com and other books stores and online
bookseller internet sites as well as libraries, art galleries, university
and college bookstores, art dealers and gallery and museum curators, art
patrons and collectors, coffee and gift shops sand more.
The book serves as an archival catalog of works which can be presented for
book signings and exhibits and seminars and contains biographical
information and links to contributors web sites.