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The auctions start in November and continue until December. Go here to look at the artwork, and to bid once the auction goes "live."
Please consider bidding on a snowflake, and letting other art lovers know about the auction and this opportunity to own a unique work of art.
And now, on to the featured artist of the day!
Bill Carman's snowflake is featured during the auction that runs December 3 to 7, 2007. It is called "Rabbit Warrior" by Bill Carman.
The little guy on the reverse says, "I want to be a rabbit warrior." Who doesn't? And there on the front, in all his glory and full armor: the rabbit warrior. What better testament to dreams and wishes?
From his website, Carman includes one of the best descriptions of college I've read: "kind of a harder high school." He got his MFA from Brigham Young University, currently teaches at Boise State University; and his artwork runs the gamut from art for Opera Idaho to the children's book, What's that Noise.
Bill's website includes many examples of his work; go, visit, and you'll find yourself lost in the pictures for hours. Holy Hannah, he can turn an Altoid tin into a work of art!
Here's a close up of the snowflake:
All images used with permission.
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