4.03.2010

FUNDRAISING RAFFLE (UPDATE) : A Chance To Own A David Maisel Print For $20!

RAFFLE: The Lake Project 38

RAFFLE UPDATE 4.15.10:
Message from David Maisel "We have a Winner" !

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"Zachary Scholz, a Bay area artist, was randomly selected today as the recipient of my photograph from The Lake Project. But, of course, everyone who entered this raffle is considered a winner by me, for helping to raise several thousand dollars for Meg Patterson's health care in her treatment for cancer. Together we raised more than $2,000 for Meg from this raffle. And more than another $1,000 was deposited directly to her fund, which is still accepting contributions. Thank you to everyone who participated! Your words of encouragement and support have meant the world to Meg! THANK YOU"!

If you'd like to help with a DONATION to Meg directly, please visit this site: http://www.giveforward.org/megpatterson


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From an edition of ten 15" x 15" archival pigment prints, has been published in a Monograph by Nazraeli Press, and exhibited internationally. Photograph (c) David Maisel/All Rights Reserved

"I am raffling off an original, signed 15" x 15" photograph (above), The Lake Project 38, to raise funds for my friend Meg Patterson, who is struggling with cancer and lacks health insurance. If you would like a chance at owning one of my prints, please send a $20 check made out to the "Meg Patterson Cancer Treatment Fund" to: David Maisel Studio, 100 Ebbtide Avenue, suite 320, Sausalito, CA 94965. I will draw one of the checks randomly on April 15th. The winner will be announced on my Facebook Page. If you would like to increase your chances of owning this photograph, please send as many $20 checks as you please. (This is, after all, a fundraiser for someone who needs our help). And of course, in the spirit of offering your help to Meg, if you would like to make your check for an amount greater than $20, that would be deeply appreciated. Or Donate Directly without entering the Raffle. Please note that these are not tax deductible donations." –David Maisel

Lake Project 20
Photograph (c) David Maisel /All Rights Reserved

Lake Project 18
Photograph (c) David Maisel /All Rights Reserved

"The ground is bleeding. A red river cuts a path through a bleached valley, winding toward a lake that is no longer there. Seen from the air, the river and its dry terminus appear otherworldly. In actuality, this terrain is located in Owens Valley, an arid stretch of land in southeastern California, between the Sierra Mountains and the White-Inyo Range."–
Aperture, Volume 172 (read more)

The Lake Project has been published in a Monograph by Nazraeli Press, and exhibited internationally. Earlier post More Raffle Info

3 comments:

Caio Fernandes said...

beautiful works .

Multiolhares said...

Aos poucos estamos vendo tudo acabar
Bj

Paula said...

His work is always fascinating as well as humbling.