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>>>>>G I V E A W A Y  - two winners will be chosen<<<<<
1. two opening day tickets and a wave pouch
2. two regular admission tickets and a small drop cloth pouch

to enter please check out THE ARTIST PROJECT  artist gallery and leave a comment on who's work you like, the winners will be announced monday.

have a great weekend! crazy snow over here - stay warm and safe.
xxa

59 comments:

  1. I love Lori Klassen's use of light and shadow!

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  2. Hey Arounna,
    Both pouches look very cute as usual. Thanks for including tickets with the giveaway, wooo!
    Renata

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  3. I enjoyed seeing Gabrielle Castonguay's glass and metal. Very cool. It was neat to see all of the artist's work really - can't go wrong with any of them - a wonderful collection! I was looking for your name there.

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  4. The collage work by Lucinda Vandenieu-wegiessen is lovely.

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  5. Looks like a lot of amazing artists! Erin Rothstein's still lifes are particularly striking and I would love to see them in person!

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  6. Laura Culic's encaustic work!

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  7. I love Nissim Ben Aderet's illustrations. Lovely giveaway !

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  8. so many to choose from but i really love line dufour and the watercolours of Warren Hoyano

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  9. Gosia's sculptures.

    If I win you can give the tickets to someone else (I live in Finland), but happy to enter for the pouch.

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  10. Clayton Haigh's glass work is amazing.

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  11. What a fun site! I like Christine Kims work.

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  12. I also like Laura Culic's work, but there are so many really interesting works, Christie Lau's lush colors are pretty amazing, and I am drawn to Alice Vennen's work too. I'd like to see hers in person to get a sense of scale. Seems like a great show!

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  13. As a vegetarian, I loved seeing Erin Rothstein's still lifes of vegetables. Her details show her love of something so simple yet important to all of us, nutrition.

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  14. As a textile artist myself, I'm torn between Alice Vander Vennen's wonderful pieces and Warren Hoyano's abstract watercolors. Enjoy the snow!

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  15. Enjoying Jonathan Houghton's Toronto paintings. Great way to capture bits of my neighbourhood.

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  16. It was a tough choice, because I'm already familiar with Cori Lee Marvin's watercolours and love them; but I also loved Eric Farache's work. They're both very talented painters, and both very different from one another.

    Great giveaway, Arounna!

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  17. I love Erin Rothstein's work with acrylics. Been following her work and yours for quite some time! Would absolutely love to win this, especially your beautiful wave pouch!

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  18. I hope to see Yasmine Louis' prints of Toronto :)

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  19. Love the ethereal textile art by Anouk Desloges!

    Your drop cloth material .... Stunning!

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  20. Laurel MacDonald's videos look really great!

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  21. Wow...that wasn't easy. I love Brian Harvey's paintings of Toronto's streets and alley ways... he really captures colour well...they have a real neighbourhood feel.
    What an awesome giveaway! Thanks Arouna!

    x
    Char

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  22. What a lovely giveaway.

    Checked out all the artists and who I like best is Sandra Poczobut.
    I think her work is brilliant, time consuming and beautiful - just like these little pouches!

    Thanks, Emma.

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  23. It's hard to choose just one but I'm particularly drawn to Steven Tippin's glass sculptural and photgram work. I love how his work takes on different mediums and how each medium expresses something unique about the work. Would be great to see these in person. Great giveaway!

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  24. Was lovely seeing everyone's work, photography is a medium I really love!

    Mandy Daniels.

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  25. I really love Brad Walsh's photos

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  26. I have been a fan of GOSIA since I found out about her work 2 1/2 years ago. Sadly I couldn't see her paintings at last year's TAP, but I am as eager to see her sculptures at this year's opening. There is something about her work that takes me back to my childhood and I cannot wait to see them and possibly take one home!

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  27. I really like the works of Katherine Dolgy Ludwig presented.

    Thanks so much for donating your work to promote the cause, Arounna. :)

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  28. I love Erin Rothstein's work. I love vegetables!

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  29. Thanks for this Giveaway Arounna!
    I'm really interested in the work of Anouk Desloges. I'm into textile art myself, so it draws my attention immediately! There is nothing like the warmth of fibre.

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  30. The texture created through Lauren Blakey's pieces is remarkable. I want to climb in and lose myself inside of them.

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  31. Hard to choose one, but I love Catherine Mills!

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  32. I very much like the sculptures by Jeannie Pappas.

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  33. I am loving Andrew Peycha's work.

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  34. Line Dufour colorful tapestries simply brighten my day and make me smile...such wonderful pieces!

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  35. I thought I was getting tired of the encaustic style, then I saw Tanya Kirouac's work on here. Absolutely beautiful!

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  36. Elizabeth Lennie gets my vote!

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  37. The embroidery work of Anouk Desloges......

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  38. Katherine Dolgy Ludwig's watercolours are really interesting! Today I recieved the small bag I ordered and I love it - so happy to have it!

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  39. Adrienne Dagg's paintings are amazingly beautiful and Line Dufour's tapestries are colourful masterpieces. So many great artist's...cant wait to go!

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  40. Love Brian Harvey's work, especially the laneway ones. The show looks wonderful!

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  41. Andrea Kott
    Installation Zone
    Hamilton, ON, Canada

    Hello: Was touched by her installation of glass army men. These toys remind me of my childhood as well as the delicate/breakable nature of anyone who participates in war.
    P.S. Love your stuff!

    Carolyn White

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  42. So much inspiring work! The ones that stood out for me, in different ways, were Alice Vander Vennen, Lori Klassen, and Sandra Poczobut. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  43. Love Line Dufour's tapestries - I love textile art!

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  44. There are so many artists whose work I admire! I have been coveting Lauren Blakey's sculptures for a few years though. I think that it is time to buy one :) and one of your wave pouches, lol.

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  45. Hi Arounna! I was going to go for the Textile Arts pieces, which I really like, but another artist caught my eye: Matthew Catalano and his Digital Media art, especially 'Rotary Connection'... wow!

    Thank you so much for this giveaway.

    Have a great weekend all!

    FibreJoy

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  46. I love Line Dufour's textiles art. thanks for the chance!

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  47. I love the pieces of Yasmine Louis, Brian Harvey and Andrew Peycha. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  48. Clement Cheng's "Continuum in Green" immediately grabbed my attention - I would love to have that on my wall

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  49. Oh, that's a great website. It's amazing how many different artwork I found there. I liked Kate Hogg's work very much – to name one.
    Thank you for this great giveaway. Maybe I'm the lucky one this time :)
    Many greetings.

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  50. I think it's difficult with so many to choose from, with a quick browse I think I am liking Laura Culic's encaustic painting the most of all

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  51. hi arounna! hope youve enjoyed this most gorgeous wknd!
    def diggin the simple yet complex prints of rose hirano. lovely indeed!

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  52. Enjoying Ivan Alifan's work!!!

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  53. I won, awesome! Just emailed you, thanks so much Arounna!!

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