Art Block for Ghana Auction closes Sunday.

Posted on Saturday 19 March 2011

hello everyone

I don’t know how it was for you guys but this past week was a restless week for me with spreading the word out for Artists Help Japan. While the news from Japan everyday has been absolutely excruciating to watch, it is our choice to just sit and watch feeling sorry or do something we can no matter how small it may be.  Since we set up this fund for artists around the world to unite, the response has been encouraging.  Within a week, we raised over $50,000.  And that’s not even including our upcoming events.   I consider Artists Help Japan more of a movement rather than just a particular fund.  There are communities that want to donate their fund to other NPOs but still will be joining our force Artists Help Japan.

Another big charity project I participated Art Block for Ghana is taking bids as we speak here.   Don’t miss it!  we have less than a day left to bid on some amazing pieces donated for this cause.

This project is led by our beloved friend Rachel Tap-Daniels and Picture Books Project Foundation.

This project is a fund raising auction involving more than 200 artists across the country from illustration to animation industry.   They are trying to build home for kids in Ghana.  It’s a beautiful project.  And there are lots of beautiful pieces donated for this project.  You may be able to get some of these art work for very good prices!  Check it out!

>>>Go to the page to bid on my painting!

3 Comments for 'Art Block for Ghana Auction closes Sunday.'

  1.  
    March 20, 2011 | 12:15 am
     

    All the best with everything, Dice 🙂

  2.  
    March 21, 2011 | 8:05 pm
     

    Dice you’re an awesome man! And I wish you the best in all your projects 😀

  3.  
    March 27, 2011 | 12:51 pm
     

    It is awesome to see how our art community has united. Sei told me about your upcoming event at work. Best wishes to your effort and everyone there in Japan. Renewal, is an opportunity to be even greater. =]

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