Saturday, July 26, 2014

Play With the Dolphins

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Friday, July 25, 2014

Play Post Office

Dance Like No One is Watching

South Coast Folk Society
Dear South Coast Folk Society members and friends:

The week of October 4-11, 2015, a “dream team” of expert musicians and dance teachers will visit our area. They’ll help the South Coast Folk Society create a week of events that will share the joy of contra dance, group singing, and traditional music with as many people as possible.

It’s all happening because the Country Dance and Song Society (CDSS) is celebrating its centennial. South Coast Folk Society is an affiliate group of CDSS, a non-profit umbrella organization offering its member organizations education, resources, services and funding. To help celebrate its 100th birthday in 2015, CDSS has chosen seven communities across the United States and Canada as stops on a centennial tour. The tour will bring musicians and dance leaders to these communities.

CDSS chose our community for two reasons: We already have a vibrant contra dance and traditional music community, and we have the potential to introduce our activities to a much larger audience.

In collaboration with CDSS, the South Coast Folk Society will provide activities in Coos Bay and surrounding areas that welcome all comers, developing the skills of local dancers, dance leaders, song leaders, and musicians, and raising public awareness of Folk Society activities.

As members and friends of South Coast Folk Society, you can do several things over the next year to help make the tour a success.

1) If you haven’t done so already, join South Coast Folk Society! You’ll find a membership application and information about the organization at on the "About" page.

2) Keep telling people about the monthly Folk Society activities you enjoy and inviting them to come.

3) Join the South Coast Folk Society speakers’ bureau. We need a few talkative people to visit local service clubs, churches, and other organizations to give a brief presentation about the Folk Society and the CDSS Tour. The goal is to encourage people to participate in our activities and also to increase community awareness of what we do. If you’re interested, contact Stacy Rose at

4) Say “yes” when the Tour Committee calls for volunteers to help with events during the Tour week and before.

You can see the other communities on the tour and learn more about CDSS at

Questions? Ask a Tour Committee member when you see them at Folk Society events, or email the committee chair, Stacy Rose, at Current members of the Tour Committee are Stacy Rose (chair), Karen Olsen (finance), Jennifer Sordyl (outreach), Lynn Danner (tour visitor hospitality), and Gail Elber (publicity). 

Jazz Hot Baby


We were blessed recently with a beautiful day at the intimate setting of the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology Boathouse in Charleston for the Oregon Coast Music Festival.  Now Left Coast Jazz, as a six piece ensemble which has performed at Black Market Gourmet and include Chef Jardin Kazaar, will be performing a second concert at the Sprague Theater in Bandon on Friday, July 25th. The concert is at 7:00 pm and admission is by donation. Plan to stay for the  reception at the Barn catered by Lloyds of Bandon and visit with jazz fans and the musicians.

This event is part of the Oregon Coast Music Festival and many thanks to Cardas Audio and Joseph Bain Insurance for their generous sponsorship.

Sunday July 27, 2014 2:00-4:00 p.m. Art Recpetion for Nan Forsberg-Hammons
I began my creative journey in the literary world and have published poetry in 
numerous literary magazines and have won several awards in that world.  
I have also written a novel. 

However,that seductive Siren, called Art, whispered in my
ear that I should paint, and that is what I have been doing for the past twenty-some 
years.  My husband, Jim, who is  also an artist and poet, built my studio, 
the Red Pagoda, and that is where I have painted hundreds of paintings.

My work is diverse, I am primarily a colorist, I draw no lines and have no rules 
about mediums, sometimes combining them in the most unexpected way.  
This show will include work that is Abstract, Expressionist, Impressionism, 
mixed media Collage, and two Assemblages.

My work is in private collections here in this country as well as abroad.  
I have been doing shows for many years and have had my work in galleries up 
and down the coast as well as out of state.  

I have been fortunate to have garnered a fair share of awards and ribbons for 
Best Of Show, as well as Firsts.  My work has been juried into national shows as well 
as my work has been in Expressions West and the Maritime show.

I donate 10% of all my sales to Pacific Cove Humane Society.
Nan Forsberg-Hammons
Red Pagoda Studio

Friday August 15th
Friday Nite Supper Club 5:00 to Close and reservations are required

Wednesday August 20th 6:00 p.m.Chef Jardin Kazaar, Derek Bangs of Willamette Valley Vineyards and the 
Oregon Albacore Tuna Commision.  Chef's Dinner and Demonstratio with recipes, disucssion and 
wine pairing. $75.00 per person and reservations are required.  40 guests maximum

Please contact us directly with any questions to this e-mail address or 541.269.1094

Ladybug Landing Community Garden Lunch Wednesday September 17, 2014.  11:00 A.M.-2:00 P.M.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Converge at Convergence

Art by the Sea Gallery and Studio features
Bowl Form  David Woof  Fathom
Convergence II 
 Sculptures of Christine Roney and David Woof 
Friday, July 18th – August 30th
Artists’ reception will be Friday, July 18th from 5 – 7:30 p.m. Music by Mark Tierney, refreshments provided.
Christine, originally from the west coast, studied sculpture at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles.  David taught art as Adjunct Professor of Art at Yavapai College in Prescott, AZ.    They are now coastal Oregon artists who share a complementary aesthetic vision in the work they produce, show and sell.
Art by the Sea Gallery is located on the PedWay near Foley’s Irish Pub in Old Town Bandon.    541-347-5355

Sunday, July 13, 2014

South Coast Folk Society

Watch for another email next week with exciting information about the Country Dance and Song Society's upcoming week-long visit to Coos Bay. Meanwhile:
Sunday, June 13, 4-6 p.m., at the North Bend Library. We've got the Rise Up Singing songbooks. Singers, guitarists and pianists welcome! Teach us a new song.
First and third Wednesdays (the 16th) at Liberty Pub, 2047 Sherman Ave, North Bend. Play or listen!
Friday through Sunday, Aug 1-3, at Smith River RV Park, 8451 Lower Smith River Rd Reedsport OR 97467
It's an opportunity for all acoustic musicians to get together, have fun, and learn the tunes for this year's Open Band performances at the South Coast Folk Society contra dance. 
"Contra at the Coast" DANCE, to be held at 7 p.m. on Saturday night 8/2, will be a mile down the road here: Smith River Grange Hall #585 - 9850 Lower Smith River Rd Reedsport OR 97467
Find "South Coast Folk Society Open Band Campout" on Facebook and RSVP there, please. Also, post questions & suggestions and volunteer for whatever fun you want to cook up...  
The purpose of this campout is to socialize, play tunes & have a dance. The watchword is KISS: Everyone is responsible for their own campsite, meals & transportation. It IS a small campground, so we will have to double up on some of the spaces. First come, first served on the best spots, so pencil in that weekend and plan on being there early! 
Smith River RV Park and Marina will give us a group rate of $20/ night RV's/boats & $10/night tents. 
Smith River RV Park & Marina has been around for decades. Located right on the Smith River just 10 miles north of Reedsport, offering RV spaces, a marina for boating & lots of beauty. For direct questions about camping, contact Jessica (541) 707-0841 at the RV Park.
We will offer workshops & host a dance at the Smith River Grange Hall on Saturday night at the nearby Smith River Grange Hall #585 - 9850 Lower Smith River Rd, Reedsport OR 97467
Do you have an idea for a workshop or circle? Offer it up! We can paddle around in our kayaks during the day... play tunes by the campfire at night. 
Want to get a jump on learning the tunes? The set list is attached. If you are interested in playing with Open Band, even if you can't make the campout, email Jennifer Sordyl,, and she'll send you a link to a Dropbox with all the sheet music and MP3s. 
A flyer for the contra dance is attached, too.

Singles, couples and beginners are welcome! Most dances are circle or line dances, so no partners are necessary. Harding Learning Center – in the all-purpose room inside the building; 7:00 - 9:00 pm. Wear comfortable clothes Tuition is $25 for the session. For more information, contact Stacy or 541.808.1002
To learn more about the South Coast Folk Society, visit or find the South Coast Folk Society on Facebook.

Plein Air

Hi Everyone,
Monday plein air painters will be painting the church below on Monday, July 13th.  10 a.m. – 2:30 pm.

Landmark Church

Landmark Church
777 Florida Street
(Between Oregon Coast Hwy 101 and McPherson Street)
North Bend, OR 97459
Landmark Church is truly a landmark in the North Bend community.  The basement was built in 1908 and the sanctuary was completed in 1910.  It is the oldest church building in North Bend that was originally built as a church that is still used as a church today.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Photography Show

Something Old

    "Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue"
   summer show at Southern Coos Hospital & Health Center:  July 13 - September 30, 2014
    QUILTS  from Bandon Quilters, Gypsy Wagon and other local quilters
    PHOTOS by :Tammy Housego (a series of long-married couples)
                          Janis Wenk Cedras Ayers (old,new,borrowed,blue)
                           Students of Margie Semple from Bandon High School
     opening: SUNDAY JULY 13th -  1-3 pm
                       music by Robin Rauch and Mark Tierney
                                 refreshments provided by the Hospital Auxiliary

Monday, July 7, 2014

Preserves no Peanut Butter

                   Contact: Stephanie Donaldson
July 7, 2014                                                                         Director of Art Education
                                                                                                Coos Art Museum
                                                                                                (541) 267-3901 ext. 105

Lecture: Preservation and Presentation
Title:                           Preservation and Presentation Lecture by Coni Stroud
Date:                          Sat., July 19, 2014
Time:                          11:00 a.m.
Where:                      Coos Art Museum, 235 Anderson, Coos Bay, OR
Cost:                           free
For more info:         call (541) 267-3901 or email

Coos Art Museum is excited to have Coni Stroud, co-owner of Art Connection in Coos Bay, present a discussion on the skillful selection of framing materials designed to extend the life of your artworks. One question both artists and art collectors face is how artworks are to be framed. Learn how the use of various glass types, mat board and the right framing methodology impacts the conservation and aesthetics of the framed object. Ms. Stroud’s qualifications include designation as a CPF (Certified Picture Framer) with over 30 years of experience in the framing business. We will open our doors early for this special free event which takes place at Coos Art Museum on Saturday, July 19, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. coinciding with the “Preservation & Presentation” Exhibition featuring artworks from the Museum’s Permanent Collection.  For additional information please call (541) 267-3901 or email the Art Education Dept.

Thank you for sharing this information.

Stephanie Donaldson
Director of Art Education
p. (541) 267-3901 ext. 105

Coos Art Museum
235 Anderson
Coos Bay, OR 97420
p. (541) 267-3901
f. (541) 267-4877
Hours of Operation:
Tues. – Fri. 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Sat. 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Get Rid of the Kids

July 7, 2014                                                                      Director of Art Education
                                                                                             Coos Art Museum
                                                                                             (541) 267-3901

Title:                        August Session of Kids @ CAM “Summer Art Sampler”
What:                     children’s art classes; sign up for one or more
Age Range:            6 years to 12 years
Dates:                     Wednesdays – August 6, 13, 20 & 27
Time:                       10:00 a.m. – noon
Where:                   Coos Art Museum, 235 Anderson, Coos Bay, OR
Cost per class:      $20 CAM members/$25 non-members
For more info:      call (541) 267-3901 or email

Coos Art Museum continues its KIDS @ CAM “SUMMER ART SAMPLER” during the month of August.  “SUMMER ART SAMPLER” is a series of open-studio art classes inviting children to freely experiment with a variety of media.  Kids ages six years to twelve years of age will be introduced to art materials that go beyond the standard ‘markers and crayons’ and allow for safe, open-ended learning.  Classes will take place from 10 a.m. – noon, every Wednesday in August.  Sign up for one or more classes.  Children may participate in that day’s special project or work on something of their own choosing.  Special projects include: August 6th: Aliens vs. Super Heroes / August 13th: Masks of the World / August 20th: On the Farm / August 27th: Art & Nature.  12 students/class max. All materials provided. The per class fee is $20 CAM members/$25 non-members.  For registration form visit or contact the Art Ed Dept. at (541) 267-3901 or

Work, work, work...

Contact: Stephanie Donaldson
July 7, 2014                                                                         Director of Art Education
                                                                                                Coos Art Museum
                                                                                                (541) 267-3901 ext. 

John Hewitt Workshop
Title:                           John Hewitt Workshop
What:                        watercolor workshop (plein air, weather permitting)
Dates:                        Sat. - Mon., August 23 – 25, 2014
Time:                          10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Age Range:               adults only
Skill Level:                 all skill levels welcome
Media:                       watercolor
Where:                      Coos Art Museum, 235 Anderson, Coos Bay, OR
Workshop Fee:       $195 CAM members/$220 non-members
For more info:         call (541) 267-3901 or email

Coos Art Museum is thrilled to welcome artist John Hewitt back to the Bay Area for a three-day watercolor workshop Saturday, August 23 through Monday, August 25, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Learn to design a work of art, not just a reproduction of a scene. Using elements and principles of design developed over hundreds of years by the great masters you will learn to express YOUR personal view of the world around you, not just a copy of what you see. First you must master the technique and in watercolor that is no small task. It can be learned in a few easy steps that can be practiced until they are second nature. We will cover these steps in the first hour. A new scene will be painted each day with commentary on what we are trying to say and how we say it. Subjects covered will be water, sand, driftwood, rocks, buildings, clouds, grasses, etc. A technique for each will be explored and an explanation for choice of paint, paper and brushes will be given. You will be guided toward your own preference of style, not the teacher’s style. Hewitt states, “I have been a student of the greatest watercolorists of the 20th century. My goal is to pass on this legacy to the 21st century. Come join us and have a great time becoming a successful plein air artist. You will receive encouragement, not criticism.” Important notes: This will be a plein air workshop, weather permitting. Media: Watercolor. Skill Level: All skill levels welcome. Age Range: Adults only. 12 students max. The workshop fee is $195 for CAM members/$220 non-members. For registration form visit or contact the Art Education Dept. at (541) 267-3901 or

2014 Photography Call

Deadline: August 25, 2014
Exhibition Title: Documentary Photography
Awards: Best of Show:$600, 2nd Place: $400, 3rd Place: $300
Eligibility:Eligibility: Entry is open to all artists residing in the United States. The Gallery seeks photographers working in the area of documentary, non-fiction photography. Images that speak to a specific event or time period in history, or to an investigation of a sociocultural issue, perspective or demographic profile. Works that are meant to be seen as a series to create a visual narrative, should be noted as a series in the title caption (same title 1-2-3, etc). All photographic images must be the original work of the photographer entering the competition. Digital enhancements should be noted in the materials section. This is a blind jury, and the artist's name may not be presented in any format. Framed photographs may not exceed 48" width and 60" in height.
Juror: Mark Leong
Documentary Photographer, including: National Geographic, Time, Fortune, The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, Fast Company, GQ, Stern and Smithsonian. Published by Chronicle Books for his black and white images, "China Obscura".

Gallery Exhibition: November 20 – December 12, 2014
On-Line Exhibition: November 2014– June 2015
Opening Reception: November 20th 5-7pm
Selection Announcement: September 29, 2014
Artwork Received at the Gallery: November 8 - 13, 2014
Entry Fee: $30 for 3 work entries. An additional 3 work entries may be purchased for $5 per image.
General Guidelines for On-Line Call for Entries
  1. Exhibitions are open to all artists residing in the United States.
  2. The Gallery reserves the right to reject works from exhibitions, including works that are deemed extraordinarily fragile, unstable, or potentially harmful to the work or the viewer.
  3. See each individual Call for Entries listing for art specific eligibility guidelines.
Accepted Works
  1. Art must be properly presented and prepared for display. Wall pieces must include all hardware and be ready to hang. Necessary assembly and mounting instructions and materials must be included with accepted works.
  2. Accepted artwork that differs significantly from the submitted image will be disqualified.
  3. No accepted entry may be withdrawn prior to the close of the exhibition.
  4. Upon selection, artists will provide the Gallery with a bio, artist statement and the sale price, title, materials, and dimensions for selected work.
  5. The Gallery reserves the right to photograph and use submitted image of any accepted artwork in all publicity for the current show and future exhibitions, educational and Gallery promotional materials. Artist will be credited, as well as any photo credit for the reproduction of images.
  1. Artists are responsible for all shipping and transit insurance costs to and from the Gallery. The Gallery does not insure works in transit.
  2. Prepaid return shipping LABELS (NOT shipping request forms using account #s) must be submitted either with the work or on-line on the last day of the exhibition. Works without a prepaid return shipping label will not be returned.
  3. Shipping packaging and artwork must be clearly marked to identify the artist, and packaging must be re-usable for the return shipping, and include re-packing and installation instructions as necessary.
Every reasonable precaution will be taken with the handling of Artwork. All Artwork to be shown at the LH Horton Jr Gallery will be insured against fire, theft, and other hazards at the LH Horton Jr Gallery while in the possession of the Gallery, from the time of receipt through the time of setup and Exhibition. San Joaquin Delta College and the LH Horton Jr Gallery cannot be held responsible for damages to Artwork during shipping, and therefore insurance will not cover Artwork in transit. Artwork damaged while in possession of the Gallery will be evaluated for reparability. If Artwork is deemed repairable, insurance claims will be based on the cost to repair Artwork in addition to documented value. If Artwork is deemed irreparable, insurance claims will be based on the documented value of Artwork. Documented value of Artwork is based on prior recorded sale price of similar Artwork.
Sale of Artwork
All accepted works must be for sale during the show, with the exception of installation works as approved by the Gallery Director. The Gallery is responsible for all sales, and will retain a 20% commission from the sale of artwork.

Please contact Jan Marlese, Gallery Director, at or
at 209-954-5507 for additional information.

Sunday, July 6, 2014

It's That Time

Monday, Monday

Hi Everyone,
The Monday Plein Air painters will be at the historic Hughes House, 91816 Cape Blanco Road, Port Orford.  We paint 10 – 2:30 then gather at the end to look at all the paintings.
There is also a small pioneer cemetery nearby.  At the end of the road is the Cape Blanco Lighthouse, so lots of historical choices.
Please bring food and beverages as there are no stores at the site, unless you want to drive further to Port Orford, (or you could shop in Langlois on the way, if you are going south of Bandon to get there).
Here is a link to information if you would like to read up on the area.   or   
To get there: From Highway 101, 4.5 miles north of Port Orford or 26 miles south of Bandon, travel west on Cape Blanco Road. After you cross the marshy bottomland, the road begins to climb and soon you will see a sign on your right, then the entrance to the house.

Thursday, July 3, 2014

Sage Advice


Can you believe it?  July is already coming and going! 

Although it flew by, I'd say Spring was a tremendous
success, judging by the number of baby birds in our
backyard!  They are a joy to watch as they flip the cut
grass hunting for treasures and pester their parents when
they come up empty handed; wow, they are loud little

Baby Birds aren't the only new thing to Sage this year...

WE ARE EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE... you can now purchase our
Oregon Digital Glass fused glass gifts in the following
locations:  By The Sea Treasures- Bandon,  Wind Drift
Gallery - Florence, Touchstone Gallery-Yachats, and Unique
Home Accents in Depoe Bay, and coming soon - Wind Drift
Gallery, Newport.  We very much appreciate everyone's
support, as we work to keep jobs local.  Each piece is
produced in our studio, using glass and other raw materials
from Portland, Oregon and other companies in the USA.
Additionally, we Thank Brian, at Gibson Graphics and Peter
at the Cobbler's Bench  for sharing a bit of their expertise
and services in the production of our glass;  this line is
truly Oregon crafted.

MORE GLASS NEWS - In addition to Drop in Fusing Studio Days,
Sage Place welcomes guest instructor Laura Brownfield.  You
have been loving Laura's glass works at Sage and Rogue
Credit Union, now you can learn how she does it!
Vitrograph, Murrini, and Pattern Bars are just a taste of
what you can learn in Laura's workshops.  See for the class lineup, stop in Wed. -
Sat. 11-5 to register, or call
(541) 329-0303. 

will be here Fri. and Sat. JULY 18 & 19.  JME and Guy will,
again, turn the classroom into a glistening spectacle, with
Czech Glass beads, pearls, stones, buttons, and more!
details are on our website:
**Note, Drop in Studio will not be held this week. 

A SECOND TRUNK SHOW with our new friends Jim and Lydia of
MILL STREET ROCKS is coming this Fall.  Mark your calendars
for  SEPT 23 & 24th.  If you love hand cut cabochons and
gorgeous stone hanks, this is an event you don't want to

JEWELRY WORKSHOPS - Sage has several new classes scheduled
with your favorite instructor, Sherri Carpenter.  We
recently offered Flood Soldering and it was such a success
that we ran it again!  Coming up:  Fold Forming, Chain
Maille, Viking Knit and more with Sherri, through the end of
this year!

GALLERY UPDATES:  Sage represents several of the finest
local artists; watercolors by:  Donna Wright and Kimberly
Wurster, photography by Andy Moe, fused glass by Laura
Brownfield and Robin Ziuchkovski, Kelp Baskets by Catherine
Long Spinner, and jewelry by Sharon Martin, Sherri
Carpenter, and Martin Keller, are just a few of the
wonderful works you will find on display.  We welcome back
photographer, Lois Miller, whose puffin image may be found
on the cover of The 85 Must See Birds of the Pacific
Northwest.  Congratulations Lois!

COMING SOON..  This year, we have been testing the waters
for developing wholesale buying and ordering options, for
our professional jewelry designing customers.  In small
steps, we have been creating ways to help you save money
when you shop with us.  If you are a re-selling your
jewelry, stop in and pre-register as a wholesale account
with us and we will make discounts and special purchasing
opportunities available to you, on select items.
Pre-registration requires the following:  proof of your
current Oregon Business Registration- BIN and/or  current
Federal EIN that you use when you file your taxes.

We know you are busy and we know you are having great
success at local markets and galleries and we wish you a
fantastic year all around!  Our THANKS go out to those who
choose to shop locally with us!  We expect that special
ordering will beging the first week of August; watch for
upcoming announcements on how and when you can special order
findings not normally stocked in our store.  Keep an eye on
the website:

EMAIL UPDATES:  We are updating our contact lists this
summer; if you wish not to continue receiving emails from
Sage, please contact me at:

Have a Spectacular Fourth of July and Stay SAFE!           


Clare Wehrle Community Gallery Exhibition

This message is for those of you who paint on site (plein air) who want to put your work in the upcoming show at the Coos Art Museum.
There is no fee to join in the show.
If you want to sell your paintings the museum will be taking a 30% commission so price your work accordingly.
The forms to use are in the attachments at the top of this email.
We hope you will join in and make this a wonderful show.

Clare Wehrle Community
 Gallery Exhibition

July 12, 2014 – October 4, 2014
Coos Art Museum




Pick up dates;
Tuesday-Thursday, October 7 – 9, 10-4pm. 

Coos Art Museum has received the following artwork:






Delivered:_____________________________________________________________________   (Delivered by -Name)  (Date)

Processed by:__________________________________________________________________
       ( COOS ART MUSUEM )                          (Date)


Retrieved:_____________________________________________________________________   (Returned to -Name)  (Date)

Processed by:__________________________________________________________________
       ( COOS ART MUSUEM )                          (Date)

NOTE:  At the end of the exhibition, you will need to submit this receipt to the Coos Art Museum  Registrar in order to retrieve your items.
 Registrar in order to retrieve your items.

Clare Wehrle Community
 Gallery Exhibition


I have been notified that my artwork has been accepted to display at Coos Art Museum in Coos Bay Oregon. July 12, 2014, through October 4, 2014.

· I understand that my artwork will be insured by the Coos Art Museum from the specific arrival and removal dates. 

●    I understand that the artist or any person (for any reason) may not remove my artwork from                                   
      Coos Art Museum during the period of July 12, 2014, through October 4, 2014.

· For exhibition publicity, Coos Art Museum places images of exhibited works on its website. I grant Coos Art Museum a 1-time only usage of the slide(s) or digital file(s) of my accepted artwork to create a low-resolution .jpg to be placed on its website to promote the exhibition. 
Please initial:
_________ YES
      _________  NO

      ●    Works in the exhibition MAY be available for sale. Artist agrees to donate 30% of the  listed price from any sale to Coos Art Museum. PLEASE PRICE YOUR WORKS WITH THIS IN MIND!  Sales made from the Museum are final. The Museum will collect sales money and pay the Artist three weeks from end of show. Your entry confirms all terms of this agreement. Coos Art Museum compiles a gallery - listing booklet that contains the name of the artwork, price, artists’ resume and contact information for inquiring patrons.
______  Please make my retail price, resume and contact information available.
______  Work is NOT FOR SALE but make my resume and contact information available.
______  I DO NOT wish to have my resume and contact information made available.
Artist's Signature: Date:_____________________