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Two NANOART Showings Coming Soon
Cris Orfescu will show his NANOART work at "12 x 12," a national juried exhibition of small scale works of art sponsored by the Art Department of Middle Tennessee State University.
Mark Scala, curator of exhibitions for the First Center for Visual Arts in Nashville Tennessee will be the juror. Exhibition will be open January 17 to February 10, 2006 with a reception for the artists and public on January 21.
For more information call : (615) 898-2505
Orfescu is also showing his NANOART work at the Masters Mystery Art Show 2005 in Miami, Florida. This is an international exhibition that will coincide with Art Basel Miami Beach 2005. Artists are invited to donate original work in any medium in a 6 x 9 postcard format to be sold for the affordable price of $50. All artists names will be published at the time of the exhibition but the works will be displayed anonymously and the identity of the artist will only be revealed to the purchaser after the completion of the sale.
The event is organized for the sole benefit of the prestigious Master of Fine Arts in Visual Arts (MFA) program at Florida International University, Miami. In its remarkably successful 2004 inaugural edition, which took place at the Ritz Carlton South Beach, over 1000 artworks by more than 500 artists and celebrities from art related fields were featured and over $20,000 was raised for the MFA program.
To view Orfescu’s NANOART visit www.absolutearts.com/portfolios/c/criorf
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