Posted: January 29, 2018 | Author: admin | Filed under: alamidis, art, drawing, illustration, installation, interactive art | Comments Off on “Drawing 2017″ exhibition
Congratulations! Gallery25N’s curators in coordination with Art-Competition.net have selected your work to be included in the “Drawing 2017″ exhibition.
Attached you will find screens of your work that have been selected for the exhibition and video.
Invitations: Electronic invitations for the exhibit opening will be sent to the combined international clientele lists of Gallery 25N and Art-Competition.net. These lists exceed 26,000 recipients.
Press Release: A press release will be sent out for the opening of the exhibit and posted to visual art directories. The press releases will provide an international buzz about the exhibit and the artists’ work.
Event Listings & Calendars: The exhibit will also be promoted in numerous online art event listings. These event lists not only provide a timely promotion of the exhibit they also provide ongoing social media marketing.
Social Media Marketing: The exhibition, artists and their artworks will be marketed through Art-Competition.net, International Artists Directory and Gallery 25N’s social media-marketing network via LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tweeter, GooglePlus, Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, YouTube, etc.
Art Market News – Newsletter: The artists and the exhibition will be featured in “Art Market News™” with over 26,000 subscribers in the art market place worldwide. Subscribers consist of art buyers, fine art galleries, corporate art buyers, exhibit curators, fine art agents, architects, property developers, interior designers and art lovers. ArtMarketNews.net provides links back to the artists’ website.
Online Presence: After the exhibit ends, the artists’ exhibit will remain in the “Past Exhibits” section of Gallery 25N’s website with a back-link to the artist’s websites.
Video: A video is created of the artists work and exhibit for publication on Gallery 25N’s website and YouTube Channel, www.youtube.com/user/Gallery25N with over 50,700 views to date.
We are very excited and looking forward to the opening of this exhibit.
Posted: December 2, 2017 | Author: admin | Filed under: alamidis, art, drawing, illustration, installation | Tags: nests | Comments Off on ROI ART PRIZE People’s Choice winner
Empty nest has won the “People’s Choice selection” at the ROI art prize 2017
The following text is from the entry conditions outline:
“The selected artwork will receive a prize of $1000 on the presentation night and will leave the artwork to hang at the ROI for 12 months, after which it will be auctioned at the following year’s presentation night. The reserve shall not exceed the price submitted on entry. The ROI reserves the right to bid for the work, or buy it if not sold. If not sold, it will be returned to the artist.”
Posted: August 16, 2012 | Author: admin | Filed under: alamidis, art, installation, interactive art, Uncategorized | Comments Off on “Specimens” displayed at the Richmond town hall
All Photographs were taken by Greg Neville at the “Five Miles from the Sea” Exhibition opening
Posted: June 9, 2012 | Author: admin | Filed under: alamidis, art, installation, interactive art, Uncategorized | Tags: alamidis, extinct birds, Extinction, George Alamidis, images of birds, laser cut mixed media works | Comments Off on Mixed media works using the bird motif
These works are made from recycled images and materials.
Posted: May 24, 2012 | Author: admin | Filed under: alamidis, art, installation, interactive art, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Carbon forms.
All the images are made from shadows cast by small sculptures of birds.
They are stencilled on any surface using charcoal dust, sizes are variable.
Posted: May 16, 2012 | Author: admin | Filed under: alamidis, art, installation, interactive art, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Bird extinction stories across the globe ( Amsterdam Island duck Anas marecula )
I have compiled a chart of the recent known extinct species of birds. (Will upload the chart at a later time).
The chart shows that a number of extinct bird species have no visual documentation.
This provides me with an opportunity to guess how these birds may have looked, as well as to match already produced small sculptures to extinct birds.
This exercise is a “mad” attempt to understand and draw attention to how fast the world has changed and is continuing to change.
For a complete listing of “specimens” please have a look at my website
The first image for this list is: Amsterdam Island duck Anas marecula