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Welcome to Artisans of the Valley's "Artisans Quarterly Review" ... You are receiving this email now as you have recently be added to our mailing list due to a inquirey to Artisans of the Valley directly, through the Trade Only Design Library, or you may know Eric Saperstein, Theresa Tonte, or Stanley & Cindy Saperstein.
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Artisans Quarterly Review Volume 2 Issue 3 by Artisans of the Valley is available as of August 31, 2009 and may be accessed with any PDF viewer by clicking on the following links or pasting them into our browser.
Newsletter Link: http://www.artisansofthevalley.com/docs/Artisans_Quarterly_Review_Vol2_Issue3_2009.pdf
Also now available is a special feature edition of Artisans’ Quarterly Review featuring more details about us and the projects featured in our international television debut! Artisans of the Valley joins EBRU TV's new show entitled "Blank Canvas."
Special Eddition Link: http://www.artisansofthevalley.com/docs/Artisans_Quarterly_Review_EBRU_TV_Special_Eddition_Sep_2009.pdf
The show is now available online if you click the video link for Episode #4 at the following link: http://www.ebru.tv/en/p.fullepisode.html?prg_id=156
"Each week on Blank Canvas, we meet extraordinary artists and share in their stories of passion and dedication. What drove them to their art? How did it feel the first time they picked up that brush and filled up a blank canvas? Sometimes it is a form of personal expression, and other times, it is a way to preserve one's heritage. A few rare artists even use their art forms to build bridges and foster dialogue, bringing people together. We also delve into the life of the artist, his fears and passions and ultimately how he uses his art form to make sense of the world and strengthen his connection to the divine." - http://www.ebru.tv
The show features as an eleven minute segment of a half hour show featuring two artist profiles in each episode. Filmed on May 29, 2009 - the show was on September 24th on RCN Chanel #53. We're hoping that more networks pick up the EBRU programming soon, they are a growing Turkish based company that has an established worldwide audience. In the meantime we'll have to keep tabs on them through their streaming video links.
Artisans of the Valley offers museum quality period reproductions, original designs by commission, and antique restoration/conservation services, hand carving, modern furniture refinishing, onsite furniture repair, handmade walking sticks, and educational programs. Starting in 2009 Artisans is now offering a full line of architectural elements and furniture maintenance products. Our website includes galleries, feature articles, educational sections, a company background, and our new adventure album. We extend an open invitation to explore our site, and contact us directly with any inquiries or questions you may have.
Click Here to Download Artisans Booklet "Mini-Portfolio" a Printable PDF Cross Section of our Entire Portfolio: http://www.artisansofthevalley.com/docs/Artisans_of_the_Valley_Mini-Portfolio.pdf
Artisans Quarterly Review Previous Issues: Vol 2 Issue 2 - 2009 * Vol 2 Issue 1 – 2009 * Vol 1 Issue 4 - 2008 * Vol 1 Issue 3 - 2008 * Vol 1 Issue 2 - 2008 * Vol 1 Issue 1 - 2008
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