Artists sought for pirate-theme art show

Hal Loo, a pirate artist and organizer of the first annual "Treasures' pirate art show sponsored by Loutit District Library and Brethren of the Great Lakes, is calling for artists who have a passion for pirate art to take part in this year's show. Loo is looking for a variety of 2-D and 3-D artists to display their works in either a professional or student category. All art must be pirate themed or inspired, and must be available for display in the library Aug. 12-13.
Anonymous
Jul 26, 2011

 

The pirate-themed exhibits will feature artwork from literature and film to movie posters, books prints and other forms.

This is a family oriented event, so submissions must be appropriate. Artists are asked to provide easels or pedestals to display their pieces.

Submissions must be made for acceptance no later than Friday, Aug. 5, to Loo by e-mail at hal@murallab.com.

Hung Sau “Assassin” Loo Ting hails from the province of Canton, China. During his travels and studies with the ancient mystics, Loo said he developed an obsession for ancient weaponry and a keen eye for all arts. Inspired by the beauty that surrounded him, Loo started painting and using odd metals and distressed substances for his artwork.

For more information, visit www.michiganpiratefestival.com; or call 842-5560, ext. 222.

 

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