The Jealous Curator blog recently praised both Mary Temple and RxArt:
The top three images are from a project called Extended Afternoon, Aldrich Museum, and the fourth piece is actually how I found her. It’s her contribution to an amazing non-profit organization called RxArt based in New York.
Calling all budding artists and Crayola savants: RxArt now has a Flickr group where you can submit your colored pages from our Between the Lines coloring books! Sharing art with others makes us happy, so won’t you do the same?
UrbanDaddy’s blog, Kempt, not only gave RxArt a coloring book shout out, but they gave us a brilliant idea to boot! We’re honored, humbled and inspired:
All that’s missing is a place to see the works after they’ve gotten a little crayon on them, but it’s nothing a tumblr couldn’t solve.
Splice Mail Art is yet another example of how art can be a much-needed diversion from trying times. Your good deed for the day: review the submission guidelines on this blog and take ten minutes to fabricate an original masterpiece to send to Ruben. Amelie would be proud!
Ruben Cooke began cancer treatment for relapsed Hodgkins Lymphoma at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford in the month of January, 2010. This project has been designed to provide some distraction from the reality of his situation. We plan to exhibit some or all of the work received, upon completion of Ruben’s treatment. Simply by visiting the blog, you are cordially invited to participate in any way you are able and to bring your ingenuity with you.
According to the ever-fabulous blog The Bright Side Project, February is Color Month, and what better way to celebrate 28 days of hue-filled festivities than with an RxArt giveaway featuring our coveted coloring books and our limited edition Yayoi Kusama puzzle! For a chance to win, check out their site, put your thinking caps on, and post a comment answering this question:
What do you think is the best work of art of all time?
For your budding aesthete, we’ve found some gifts to satisfy even the most demanding tot. The nonprofit organization RxArt, which places contemporary art from the likes of Jeff Koons and Will Cotton in hospitals and healing environments, has recently released a puzzle created from a self-portrait by the Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. The limited edition puzzle retails for $75 and is available at the Gagosian bookstore and through RxArt. (via T Magazine Blog - NYTimes.com)
For a chance to win the Kusama puzzle (or one of our fabulous coloring books), visit The Bright Side Project tomorrow and leave a comment!
Our newest coloring book is gracing the corner of a page of this month’s Elle magazine! If you’ve read all Lohan/Kardashian headlines while waiting in line at the supermarket, check us out on page 217!
With Paris on Her Mind
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