Elinore M. Korow Gallery of Maple Heights
Beyond the Image, a juried exhibition of visual art.
Champagne reception, and music by the Tri-C ensemble:
Friday, September 27, 2013 4-7pm
Exhibits open September 27 -November 15, 2013, weekly 9-5
The Maple Heights Senior Center
15901 Libby Road, Maple Heights, Ohio
330-867-8796 for more information
Cheri Homaee in a group exhibit
ArtsEgallery of Beachwood
Celebrating Creativity Sept 13 -Oct 31
Opening Reception Sunday Oct 6 2013
Music, Hor d'oeurves, and Art Demo
Mayfield Village Civic Center
6622 Wilson Mills Road Corner of SOM and Wilson Mills
ACEO – ART CARD EDITIONS or ORIGINALS
(Otherwise known as “Artist Trading Cards”)
JOIN THE FUN ...CREATE FOR OUR WAL FUNDRAISER
Create in the medium of your choice on sturdy paper. On back put the title, your name,e-mail or address, date and medium. After completion, send it to Celeste Mycoskie who will prepare it for sale.
Please mail the finished cards in an envelope to:
6861 Brecksville Road
Independence OH 44131
ARTIST TRADING CARDS
What are artist trading cards?
Artist trading cards (ATCs) are miniature pieces of art that are traded around the world. Artists create trade and collect art at organized "swap" events, either in person or online. It is a great way to meet other artists and share your work. The only official rule for ATCs is the size: 2.5" x 3.5".
How did the movement start?
In 1997, M. Vanci Stirnemann, a Swiss artist, created 1200 cards by hand as part of an exhibit. On the last day, he invited others to create their own cards and trade with him during the closing reception. After that, the movement took off as other artists organized major "swap" events! Today, there are ATC swaps in almost every major city around the world. There are also many online swaps.
How do I create ATCs?
Most swaps are open to any media, materials or techniques as long as the card fits into a standard trading card sleeve. Art can be original, limited edition or series. Artists should include the following information on the back of the card: name, contact information (email or address), title of piece, and number if it is part of an edition or series. ATCs are traded, not sold. However, there are some artists who choose to sell cards. Cards that are sold are called Art Card Editions or Originals (ACEO).
How do I trade cards?
You can locate an in-person swap in your area, find an online swap, or organize your own swap. There are a number of Web sites that others have created to help artists get started. They can be found by doing online searches using key words such as "artist trading cards." You can also find out more information by visiting www.strathmoreartist.com/atc
Join the movement! Create, swap and collect!