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NC Cow Parade


Greetings all!
  
I have spent the past month working on a cow for the NC Cow Parade. My cow is a commission sponsored by UNC Children's Hospital. Her name is Lady Carolina Blooo and she features four iconic logos of UNC. She also has farm yard friends hiding on her body for you to find. Lady Carolina Blooo will be on display along with 80 or so other cows at Golden Belt complex in Durham on Saturday, August 18th from 10 am to 4 pm. http://cowparadenc.com/wp-content/uploads/RoundUpInvite-lr.pdf

 

This event is open to the public and the only time all of the cows will be displayed together.  I will be there all day and hope you will come to visit.

 


After the Round Up, the cows will be moved by Aug. 23 to different locations across the Triangle. They will be in "herds" of 4 and stay in those locations until December. In January the UNC Children's Hospital will auction them off to raise funds for the Children's Hospital.

 

 

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2011 Durham Symphony Painted Violins


The King's Speech

"The King's Music" by Paula MacLeod

 

http://www.durhamsymphony.org/fundraisers/

 

The 2011 Durham Symphony Painted Violin Fundraiser is in full swing. Stephen Ray Miller, Eric McCray and myself created new works of art on decommissioned violins. You can see pictures of the three voilins online (link above) or in person at High Strung Violins and Guitars 1116 Broad Street, Durham, NC (919) 286-3801 through the month of September and at Encore Boutique 3401 University Dr, Durham, NC (919) 403-0495 for the month of October.


The final drawing will be held at the Durham Symphony’s Holiday Pops Concert on December 2, 2011. You do not need to be present to win.

Purchase your raffle tickets at High Strung Music or Encore Boutique or online at the above link.

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Paula MacLeod's "Me 3" accepted into Wayne County Arts Council Juried Show


"Me 3" has been accepted into the 31st National Juried Fine Arts Exhibition hosted by the Arts Council of Wayne County, NC. Paula was raised in Wayne county and always loves to show in her hometown.
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Mosaics New England 2009

This was an excellent mosaic show that was held at The Somerville Museum in Somerville, MA just outside of Boston. Be sure to take the video tour.
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Paula Rocks the Durham Symphony Orchestra

This week Paula has been featured in the N&O by staff writer Mark Schultz for her donated violin to the Durham Symphony Orchestra.
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Paula MacLeod`s "Saqi" accepted into the Contemporary Mosaic Art 2009 exhibition


We are thrilled to announce that Saqi has been selected for exhibition in Contemporary Mosaic Art 2009 at Ciel Gallery, Charlotte, NC. The juror this year was Mosaic Maestro Giulio Menossi. The number of artists applying for this year's show was double that of last year, and the entries cover 18 US states, Canada, Ireland, Serbia, Wales, Monaco, and Italy. The show dates are September 4 through October 23.TEST
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Paula donates to the 7th Annual Independent Animal Rescue Painted Chair Auction


The Independent Animal Rescue is hosting it's 7th Annual Painted Chair Auction. You won't want to miss meeting "Daisy"--this year's collaborative piece by Paula, Emily Weinstien and Kathryn DeMarco!!!
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Paula Takes 2nd Place for Mosaics in Delphi's 2009 Art Glass Festival


Paula's piece Trust won 2nd place in the mosaics category in Delphi's 2009 Online Art Glass Festival Show. This in an annual online show sponsored by Delphi Glass. This piece was part of the Meditation series that Paula completed last year. To see the award page click here and then select the Mosaics category for 2009.
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