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Re: Fw: Re Art in Garden talk

  • To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
  • Subject: Re: [CHAT] Fw: Re Art in Garden talk
  • From: "Kitty" <kmrsy@comcast.net>
  • Date: Sun, 1 Aug 2004 15:47:03 -0500
  • References: <001901c47774$f6eaa120$0201a8c0@s0024995168>

Interesting artwork, most likely nothing I could afford, but fun to look at
anyway.

Kitty
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Andrea H" <hodgesaa@earthlink.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, July 31, 2004 10:09 PM
Subject: [CHAT] Fw: Re Art in Garden talk


> Hi all-just got back from my PDN visit. here is an email from Joel Haas,
the
> fellow who did the Art in the Garden (The World Beyond Cement Bunnies)
talk.
> He was really good and his sculptures are great. I'll tell you more
tomorrow!
> Need a bath and bed!
> A
>
> Andrea H
> Beaufort, SC
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Joel Haas
>
> Sent: Saturday, July 31, 2004 7:57 PM
> Subject: Re Art in Garden talk
>
>
> I appreciate your attention and kind words today at the talk this morning
at
> Plant Delights.  Anybody who would like me to burn and mail a CD of all
the
> handouts, photos, and a dozen or so web links, send me a check for $5 and
I'll
> put one in the mail to you.
>
> I repeat my invitation to you all to visit our garden here and to take the
> Neighborhood Sculpture Walk (see www.sculpturewalk.org  )
>
> In the next few days, I'll set up an Art in the Garden Blog and send you
all
> links and invitations to it.  It may well be set up to allow everybody on
this
> list to post their thoughts, comments and pictures to blog on garden art.
>
>
> Below are some links to pictures of recent work and some of the other
stuff I
> do.  Let me know if you have problems with the links.  This is the
standard
> form letter I send out to people who are on my "new works" e-mailing list.
>
> Rather than send around pictures attached to emails and jam up in-boxes, I
> have posted pictures of new sculpture to a "web log" or "blog" as they're
now
> called.
>
> http://joelhaasnewsculpture.blogspot.com/
>
> This should be easier on everybody in sharing new pictures.  You can
comment
> on each picture on the Blog itself OR write back to me at this address.
>
> If you enjoy the pictures, please forward this on to friends who might
also
> like them--it is now a lot easier than forwarding whole pictures directly.
>
> Stories at http://joelhaasstories.blogspot.com
>
> The national magazine EPISCOPAL LIFE ran a two page color spread on my
> sculptures of angels and crucifixes--
> http://www.episcopal-life.org/26728_40990_ENG_HTM.htm      The Episcopal
> Visual Artists site posted several items on me--one on the Angel of Hands
> casting I did for a hospital cancer center and another essay on a steel
> crucifix I made.  The articles are at
> http://www.ecva.org/exhibition/surprise/pages/haas.html  and at
> http://www.ecva.org/wordimage/articles/haas_lent/haas.htm
>
> The site for the Neighborhood Sculpture Walk remains www.sculpturewalk.org
> Not only can you download a walking guide and pictures of the various
> dinosaurs, witches, rockets, and creatures I have set out in the
neighborhood,
> you can download directions on how to get here as well.  You are invited
to
> come up our driveway and into the back garden to see both my wife Joy's,
> spectacular garden and much more sculpture as well.
>
> 46 flower pictures I've taken in Joy's back garden and  posted in an on
line
> album at Epson, suitable size for wallpaper/background.  Click on the
> thumbnails to see a larger version AND THEN: click on the picture again to
see
> the full size version.  Then you can just right click the picture (in
Windows,
> anyway) and set as your wallpaper.
> Let me know how well this works.
>
> http://albums.photo.epson.com/j/AlbumIndex?u=4221699&a=31299124&pw
>
>
> As always, if you believe your name has come to be on my distribution list
in
> error or you not longer wish to get the notices of new work, email me and
I
> shall cheerfully remove your name.
>
> All of my contact information is below, including the old website and some
> other pictures recently posted on a commercial site for artist (which I
won't
> be using after this year since web logs are free!)
>
>
> Joel Haas, sculptor
> 3215 Merriman Ave
> Raleigh, NC 27607
> 919-828-8836 studio
> 919-828-8829 home
> 919-754-9118 fax
> http://artistsregister.com/artists/NC4
> or
> http://www.joelhaasstudio.com
>
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