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Calling All Artists! Temecula Habitat for Humanity Needs Someone to Design Their Cards, Ornaments

The following is a news release from Habitat for Humanity: 

Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley is currently accepting artwork for their 2014 Holiday Ornament Contest. Artists among the Inland Valley are invited to submit their best work for the chance to have their art and name displayed on the commemorative ornament and on the organization’s annual holiday card.

 

Contestants can mail or hand-deliver their submission to the Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley headquarters located at 41615 Winchester Road, Suite 214, Temecula 92591. The winning art piece will be featured on the Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley holiday ornament. The runner up will be chosen to design the Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley holiday card. All entries must be named and submitted by Friday, September 1, 2014 on any size canvas.   All art work will be displayed on Christmas Tree Lane at Promenade Temecula from November 8 through December 17. 

 

“The inspiration for this year’s contest is anything related to Habitat for Humanity’s mission to improve the quality of life for families in the Inland Valley, for example, Home, Community, Family, Love,” states event Chair Vicki Puterbaugh. “Our mission is to provide decent shelter for everyone in our community. The holidays tend to remind us that home truly is where the heart is and we want everyone to experience that feeling of security and belonging. We encourage artists to be as creative as possible while considering our overall mission.”

 

Art work will be transferred on to a round ornament and shrunk down to about 2.5” in circumference. The ornament may be glossy or a flat finish.

For those interested in submitting artwork to the Holiday Ornament Contest, please contact Kimberly King at 951-296-3362 ext. 2001 or email her atKimberly@habitat4humanityinlandvalley.org.


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