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[Call for images] Eastern Repousse DVD


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Just a reminder that the deadline is August 10!

My latest DVD, Metal Tehcniques of Bronze Age Masters: Eastern
Repousse will be released this fall, and I’m looking for images of
Eastern repousse work to include in the gallery section.

If you have taken one of my repousse classes or do this specific
style of repousse, you are encouraged to submit images. The artwork
can be all Eastern repousse or combined with other techniques and in
any non ferrous metal (silver, gold, copper, argentium, brass,
mokume gane, bi-metal, etc.) For on this specific
repousse technique, please visit

http://www.victorialansford.com/repousse.html

Artwork will be selected on the basis of technique, artistry,
uniqueness, and the quality of the photographic image of the work.
Please adhere to the image requirements below.

There is no entry fee. Artists, whose work(s) are accepted will be
given full credit with their images and will be given one free copy
of the DVD when it becomes available.

Deadline to submit images: August 10, 2009
Notification of acceptance: October 1, 2009

Email images to victoria at [victorialansford dot com] with no more
than 2 images in each email. Please include “artwork #1” (or #2 or
#3)
in the subject line of the email. Include your name as you would like
it listed, the title of the piece, the materials used, and the
height, width, and depth of the piece in inches, and the photographer
(if not the artist) with each artwork sent

Limit 3 repousse works of art for a total of 6 images: (1 full image
of each artwork + 1 optional detail image of each artwork) Artwork
that is part of a set, such as a necklace and earrings, or necklace
and bracelet, may be photographed together and counted as one work of
art.

Image requirements: digital images at least 8" x 10" at 300dpi in.jpg
or.tff format Do not crop the images too closely. All images will be
fitted into the appropriate resolution for television and may require
more background than you would ordinarily leave for print or web use.

For hints about photographing work, please visit
http://www.victorialansford.com/photographingmetal.html

Victoria Lansford
http://www.victorialansford.com