Hello!!! I have some great news and a huge favor to ask- I was chosen out of all the artists in my area to display work in the front windows of our local Artlink gallery! It's so exciting because only seven artists were chosen to display for a full 12 months. Every quarter we change out our work to keep it fresh, and the windows overlook Main street, so they'll get lots of attention.
Problem. :-( I have been off work so long with my shoulder injury and even though I'm back to work now, there is no way I can afford to print, mount and frame work in time to be included. So, I am asking for help, which is a really difficult thing for me to do for myself. I have started a "Gofundme" campaign to raise the estimated costs of printing, framing and mounting work and I only have about 15 days to do it.
Each donation level gets you something- from a small 4x4 signed print all the way up to a personalized conceptual photoshoot. You can donate "other" amounts to, and If you provide your address, I will make sure you get something in return.
If you aren't able to donate money, then please help me spread the word- like, comment, share this link and page with your friends, family, coworkers or anyone who you think might be interested in helping an artist get her start in the art world.
I am also selling off some of my prop wardrobe dresses, and you can find each of them for sale on Etsy. They are relatively cheap, considering what I've paid for some of them. https://www.etsy.com/shop/TaraDennyImages
Check them out, they are all prop wardrobe and show some signs of wear, but they are amazing dresses. Especially the vintage wedding dress. It's beautiful and the train goes on forever.
Anyway, I really appreciate your help, however you help, whether by donating, sharing the link or spreading the word. You have my eternal gratitude.
Peace and Love,
My Fellow Fine Artists
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