My friend the artist Joy Brown is raffling this “dancing lady” wood-fired ceramic sculpture the proceeds of which are going to tsunami relief in Japan where she grew up.
Tickets are $20 and you can send checks to her or, if you’re overseas use paypal to send money. I’m late in posting this notice and I’m sorry about that, the raffle will end on midnight, April 20th. If you can’t make this deadline with mail, use paypal.
Find all the details here, including Joy’s email address for paypal users:
Good luck and thanks for taking part.
A few shots from the opening of Joy Brown’s show: 108 Dancing Ladies.
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This set of images documents the process of the artist Joy Brown making her newest collection: 108 Dancing Ladies.
These images were taken with a Canon EOS 5D camera and for the most part, a Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L lens.
This image, which I took for the artist Joy Brown in June is on the cover of the September, 2009 issue of Chronogram, an arts and culture magazine distributed in the Hudson Valley of New York (as well as Kent, Connecticut).
Chronogram’s art director, David Perry has done an excellent job reprocessing the image and integrating it with text. I’m delighted.
Kent, Connecticut. A few of Joy Brown’s 108 Dancing Ladies drying before being fired.
One of Joy Brown’s reclining figures, unfired. This figure is over 4 feet long.
Kent, Connecticut. A few of Joy Brown’s 108 Dancing Ladies.