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Three Scoops for the Twitter Art Exhibit

"Three Scoops"

”Through art we can change the world.”


I mailed my postcard contribution this week to Los Angeles, California to take part in the Twitter Art Exhibit. The sales of the donated postcards($35 each) will benefit Art Division a nonprofit program for undeserved youth(ages 18-25) showing commitment and passion for the visual arts. An opening reception will be held from 7-10PM on Saturday, January 12, 2013 at E.U. Gallery. 


Twitter Art Exhibit: Los Angeles is the third installment of an open international exhibition of handmade postcard art donated by hundreds of artists from around the globe.


  1. Hola, te visito a través de una amiga.

    Me han encantado las fotos, muy bellas, sigue asi :)

    Si te apetece, pásate
    por felicidadenlavida

    Un abrazo muy fuerte y espero que sigas escribiendo, para continuar aprendiendo.

  2. Hola Francisco, gracias por visitar mi blog y por tomarse el tiempo para comentar!

  3. This is beautiful Celia...looks delicious !


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