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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Lark Books call for entries

Hey Beaders, this one's for you!

Lark Jewelry & Beading (http://www.facebook.com/LarkJewelryBeading) seeks
excellent photographs of original, contemporary beads in all materials to
publish in a new juried, international collection in our 500 Series of
books: Showcase 1000 Beads. This book is scheduled to be published in
January 2014. The book will be juried by glass beadmaker Kristina Logan.

We welcome and encourage submission of photographs of your handmade beads in
all materials, including glass, metal, polymer clay, metal clay, ceramics,
paper, fiber, plastic, wood, stone, etc., and in all design styles. All work
must be made no earlier than 2010, and the more recent the work the better;
we would prefer to see your 2012 work over your 2011 work, and your 2011
work over your 2010 work.

We strongly prefer images of beads that have not been published previously,
and please do NOT submit images of pieces that have been published in any
Lark book. We can accept only high-quality digital images. Artists will
receive full acknowledgment within the book and a complimentary copy.
Artists retain copyright of their work. There is no entry fee.

All submissions must be submitted electronically through Juried Art
Services. Note that there is no fee for using Juried Art Services. The entry
page can be found at the following link: http://bit.ly/VTfT6E or, the full
URL:
http://www.juriedartservices.com/index.php?content=event_info&event_id=614.

Entries must be submitted by February 14, 2013.

7 comments:

Susan Wells said...

Cool! All the bead-off jokes are running around in my head now. Yours should win!!

Lori Buff said...

Cool, good luck to you.

Michèle Hastings said...

I saw this call for entry awhile back, and the first thing I thought of is that it's so hard to photograph beads!
Your photo looks great. Best of luck!
I have a textured shino heart that Jeff thinks I should enter... maybe I will let him do the photography.

Tracey Broome said...

Susan!
Hey Lori, thanks, I think it will be a fun book
Michele,you should totally do it, just think about the kind of photo you would like to look at if you were looking through a bead book..... I worked on photos all day, they are really hard to shoot, that is for sure!

Vicki said...

Beautiful! Your beads will definitely make it!
The glazes are so lovely. The top bead is like looking into a cool shallow pool.

A photo that's very pleasing to the eye. Well done :)

Tracey Broome said...

Thanks Vicki, yeah that glaze reminds me of the water in the islands

eb said...

beautiful stack