Con†Stellation Art Show

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Con†Stellation's annual Art Show and Auction brings together art from both professional and amateur artists. Art can be anything from a painting, to a pen and ink drawing, to a cartoon, or much more. Crafts are also included and could include a knitted Kobold, crocheted Cthulhu, pottery and glassware, jewelry, even origami! All the artwork you find will have some connection to science fiction, fantasy, or fandom{{Whatis|Fandom}} itself.
 
Con†Stellation's annual Art Show and Auction brings together art from both professional and amateur artists. Art can be anything from a painting, to a pen and ink drawing, to a cartoon, or much more. Crafts are also included and could include a knitted Kobold, crocheted Cthulhu, pottery and glassware, jewelry, even origami! All the artwork you find will have some connection to science fiction, fantasy, or fandom{{Whatis|Fandom}} itself.
  
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==Buying Art==
 
==Buying Art==
 
We want you to enjoy just ''looking'' at the art, but we're happy to say that all artwork on display in the Art Show is for sale unless otherwise marked. There are two ways to buy a piece of artwork—bidding or outright purchase. Each piece is accompanied by a bid/price sheet. Both an opening bid price and an immediate purchase price will be listed (with some exceptions). If you really like the piece and don't want anyone else to have a chance at it, you can get it for the immediate purchase price. If you want to try to win the artwork by bidding, you can do that. The opening bid price is lower than the immediate purchase price. '''Please note''' that once any bid is placed the immediate purchase price is no longer available.
 
We want you to enjoy just ''looking'' at the art, but we're happy to say that all artwork on display in the Art Show is for sale unless otherwise marked. There are two ways to buy a piece of artwork—bidding or outright purchase. Each piece is accompanied by a bid/price sheet. Both an opening bid price and an immediate purchase price will be listed (with some exceptions). If you really like the piece and don't want anyone else to have a chance at it, you can get it for the immediate purchase price. If you want to try to win the artwork by bidding, you can do that. The opening bid price is lower than the immediate purchase price. '''Please note''' that once any bid is placed the immediate purchase price is no longer available.
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:[http://www.con-stellation.org/constell/artshow/ArtistLetter2012.pdf Art Show and Print Shop Information (PDF file)]
 
:[http://www.con-stellation.org/constell/artshow/ArtistLetter2012.pdf Art Show and Print Shop Information (PDF file)]
 
:[http://www.con-stellation.org/constell/artshow/ArtistLetter2012.doc Art Show and Print Shop Information (Microsoft Word ".doc" file)]
 
:[http://www.con-stellation.org/constell/artshow/ArtistLetter2012.doc Art Show and Print Shop Information (Microsoft Word ".doc" file)]
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Revision as of 21:13, 27 January 2013

Con†Stellation XXXV: Horologium (The Clock)

13–15 October 2017——Huntsville, Alabama

GoH: Mary Robinette Kowal      Artist GoH: David O. Miller      MC: Toni Weisskopf

The final Con†Stellation is over 🙁
We will be transforming this into a history site
Please bear with us as that transition will take some time

Con†Stellation's annual Art Show and Auction brings together art from both professional and amateur artists. Art can be anything from a painting, to a pen and ink drawing, to a cartoon, or much more. Crafts are also included and could include a knitted Kobold, crocheted Cthulhu, pottery and glassware, jewelry, even origami! All the artwork you find will have some connection to science fiction, fantasy, or fandom(←What's That?) itself.

This page is not yet updated for 2013.

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