Sunday, January 10, 2010

Art Giveaway

I have written before that my husband is an artist. He has decided to do a giveaway to promote some of his art through my blog and his own blog. This giveaway will be going on until February 6th. If you wish to try to win this piece please leave a comment on my blog or his http://www.artofscottk.blogspot.com/ . He also has many pictures of all his other pieces he has finished. He is currently showing in a local art gallery and will be attending Art Festivals in the next few months. Sorry, only for U.S. residents.

24 comments:

Sheila said...

Hello Diane,
I would so love to win your husband art/scuplture. We are big art fans here and this would be so lovely in our school room a fine piece of art to appreciate and the kids to treasure and enhance our art curriculum and experience. If we win or even if we don't we would be more than happy to help advertise your husbands art in a way that you would guide us or wish for us to present it. Thanks so much for your husband and your family hosting this art giveaway...

Sheila
(Barracudas Memory Box)

Sheila said...

Diane,
A question do we just comment here or there or both places? Just be sure I am following directions correctly.

Bronwyn said...

Diane,
This piece is beautiful. I love all the texture. I looked at his blog and I really love his piece called The Weight of Personal Sin. The communion box is amazing also! Your husband is very talented!
Could you enter me in the giveaway? I would love to win this.
Blessings,
Bronwyn

Wendy said...

Hi Diane,
I would love to have the beautiful piece of art that your husband made! It would look fantastic on the shelves in my living room. It must be great fun to have an artist in the family. My husband is wonderful, but he is definitely not artistic in any way! I used to love drawing, pen & ink, and occasionally sculpture. I don't have much time for it now though. Hopefully one day I will get back to it!
Wendy

Tristan said...

It is neat to see someone who really makes art! I know my children will be impressed. Please enter me in the giveaway.

Michelle said...

What an interesting work of art! It just begs to be viewed from multiple angles. At least it does for me. I would love to win this. I think if I did win it would look great on my piano or my fireplace mantle. Thanks to you and your husband for this great giveaway! :)

The Unsell Family said...

Hello Diane,

Thank you for leaving a comment on our blog and letting me know about this! I love your husbands art work! This piece is beautiful. Please enter me in the contest. I really loved his communion box too. He is so talented!

On a different note- I LOVE your home!! We would love to find a cabin in the woods like yours, here in Alabama.
Blessings,
~Jen Unsell

Freakmom said...

I would love to enter your contest. Thanks for letting me know you are reader of my blog. :)

G said...

Beautiful piece! I would love to win it! And thanks for stopping by my blog.

The Correspondent said...

Thanks for letting me know about this art giveaway, Diane! I'm officially registering. :-)

Lisa said...

What a generous giveaway. I think Stone Bloom is my favorite that I've seen so far. The thought of stone blooming is so powerful. Such talent that man has! Thank you for the opportunity Diane.

Leslie said...

What an amazing giveaway! Thanks for letting me know about it. I'm off now to go visit your dh's blog to see more of his amazing work!

Blessings
Leslie

Leah C said...

Thank you for stopping by and commenting on my blog. I would love to win that piece of art. Thank you for letting me know about the giveaway!

Heidi said...

Diane,

Thanks for visiting and letting me know about the giveaway. What an interesting piece. I would love to win.

I stopped by his blog as well. The communion box is really beautiful.

argsmommy said...

Your husband is so talented! Thank you for letting me know about the giveaway.

boysmomma said...

The delicate inkwork is so beautiful. I love the guitar neck and stones - very cool!

Tami said...

Very beautiful. I love art where it leaves you wondering how in the world they did that?

Shannon said...

Beautiful. Your hubby is very gifted.

Debra said...

Your husband does beautiful work! All the inked stones on his blog look really interesting, and wow, The Weight of Personal Sin? That one is thought-provoking.

Amy said...

Wow! Thanks for leaving me a note on my blog about your giveaway.

I peeked at your husband's blog, and that Communion set is BEAUTIFUL!

Leslie said...

Just wanted to answer your question on my blog. The original idea of doing the bags was not mine. It was posted on the FIAR boards several years ago. A number of gals on that board do them each year and we all share our ideas.

I've done a loose "theme" the last couple of years which has made it easier to come up with the rhymes. It is a lot of fun. Hope you'll be able to try it next year.

Blessings
Leslie

Diane said...
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Blessed Mommy said...

Beautiful. Your hubby is very gifted and blessed. Thanks for letting me know about the giveaway.

Gerky said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and for letting me know of the giveaway. Please consider me entered. :-)