Meet the new St. Louis Director for ArtNetworking.com! Thursday, Jun 17 2010 

It’s me!

After serving on the board for this company as the inter-cultural communications adviser (China/USA) for several years, I accepted the role as St. Louis Director for art promotion on June 9, 2010.

"Zen," gold sculpture

ArtNetworking.com is an International Art Promoter & Online Gallery.

It is headquartered in Los Angeles, California, and has well-established Directors in Los Angeles, California  (USA), Shanghai (China), Taipei (China), recently expanding with the addition of me as newly appointed Director in St. Louis, Missouri (USA) and a second new Director in Chicago, Illinois (USA.)

Calligraphy No. 6

ArtNetworking.com was selected by Money Magazine in December 2000 as one of the best international online commercial sites. I have known the President/CEO since 1971, and the business is well run and ethical. It’s aim is to “Network the World’s Who’s Who” by promoting art and the good life. I have visited ArtNetworking’s exhibition venues in Shanghai and met some of the artists represented and exhibiting at those venues. I was duly impressed.

ArtNetworking.com represents Asian and Western artists featuring their work in the online gallery in media that includes:

calligraphy,
ceramics,
crafts,
furniture,
garden art (textured limestone on pedestal)
glass,
jewelry,
new media,
painting,
photography,
printmaking,
sculpture,
textiles, and
wearable art.

LingBi Rock

It’s my honor to have been selected to be the St. Louis Director for this respected and exclusive company.

I am actively recruiting artists locally, regionally, and nationally.

There is no cost to display your work online with ArtNetworking.com. Your exhibiting online with us is not an exclusive agreement; you can promote your work through other channels, as well, and if you sell a piece that we have online, we will mark it “sold,” and continue to display it, so you continue to have an online international presence. We do, of course, hope you would allow us to upload more of your work to promote together!

"The Spirit," Michael Jordan

There is no risk and no cost to the artist—you only have international exposure and potential sales to gain!

My job is to promote the artists I sign.

Please contact me if you would like to meet and talk about collections that we can promote YOUR WORK together on ArtNetworking.com!

If you are outside the St. Louis, Missouri, region, I am set up with Skype Webcam video capabilities, and we can meet that way!

P.S. ~ Be forewarned: If you don’t call me, I will call you!

Sun Flower

Credits:
Zen, gold sculpture by Wu Ching
Calligraphy No. 6, ink on rice paper by Qian PeiYun
LingBi Rock, rare garden stone on pedestal by Yeou Lin
The Spirit, bronze sculpture of Michael Jordan by Julie Rotblatt-Amrany
Sun Flower, hand-blown Venetian glass by Sheng ShanShan

ArtNetworking.com partners with the following distinguished international companies: Re/Max Realty, Art 50 International Restaurant, Novotel – Shanghai, Xintiandi – Shanghai Historic, Cultural & Entertainment District, The JC Group, Shimao Group – Property Holdings, Shanghai. Fairytale Handcrafted Jewellery – Copenhagen

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Save the Date | Thursday, April 9, 2009 | 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Apr 4 2009 

If food is the medium of your art, then it’s likely you are a subscriber to Sauce Magazine, our hometown guide to the best of the news for everyone who likes to eat, drink and socialize around these parts. If you’re nodding your head in recognition, I have to ask: Do you know about Slow Food St. Louis yet?

Slow Food Snail logo

Slow Food Snail logo

Slow Food St. Louis is not a publication, but a local group (actually a convivium*) of a larger international movement described on slowfood.com as,

Slow Food, founded in 1986, is an international organization whose aim is to protect the pleasures of the table from the homogenization of modern fast food and life. Through a variety of initiatives, it promotes gastronomic culture, develops taste education, conserves agricultural biodiversity and protects traditional foods at risk of extinction.”

 

It’s easy to stay in the know about the meetings of Slow Food St. Louisby signing up for their listserve on Yahoo!® Groups, which you can do on the Slow Food St. Louis Web site (linked below.) I see from on the Yahoo! Groups page that they’ve added three new members in the last seven days.

The next Slow Food St. Louis meeting is Thursday, April 9, 2009, at 6:30 pm at Shining Rivers Waldorf School in Webster Groves, which has a demonstration “edible school yard” that you will want to see. Shining Rivers is located at 915 N. Elm Avenue, Webster Groves, MO 63119.

slow-food-scooterworks-the_bar1This group is educational and social, with trivia nights and other get-togethers. I would be remiss if I didn’t give you the hook-up on this. > Slow Food St. Louis <

Editor’s note #1: If you are a member, please post your experience with the group here to share with us!

Editor’s note #2: *Convivium—a gathering relating to, or occupied with feasting, drinking, and good company.

Image of Scooterworks cafe from scooterworks-uk.com via the Web

Editor’s note: International members of the slowfoods.com convivia publish their versions of Slow Food Times newsletters online in the following languages:

日本語
Русский
Português
Español
Français
Deutsch
Italiano
English