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Online Art Auction – Hooper’s Island

Hoopers Island 1I am happy to announce that “Hooper’s Island I” framed black and white, infrared photograph is now available for bidding on the Howard County Arts Auction website.  Place your bid here: Online Bidding

Online bidding ends March 13th. Online bids will be transferred to the Celebration of Arts event on March 19th for continued bidding. If you want to continue bidding and can’t make it to the event, please send an email to Exhibits and ask for a proxy for the event.

Howard County Arts Council Silent Art Auction 

Join us for this exciting event celebrating the arts in Howard County, Maryland!

The evening begins with a reception from 6 – 8 PM, featuring entertainment, culinary treats from local restaurants and caterers, and, of course, the Silent Auction. Proceeds go towards the Howard County Arts Council programs.

Live Event Information

March 19, 2016 6:00 PM

Tickets on sale at http://www.hocoarts.org/celebration_of_the_arts.php

Horowitz Center at Howard Community College

10601 Little Patuxent Parkway

Columbia, MD 21045

 

 

 

 

 

Bid on “Sun Over Blackwater” On-line Auction

Sun Over Blackwater, Cambridge, Maryland
Sun Over Blackwater, Cambridge, Maryland

Bid on “Sun Over Blackwater” Photograph Now Open for Howard County Arts Council’s Online Silent Auction click here: http://goo.gl/zxexIZ

Bid on beautiful paintings, photography, jewelry, sculpture, and more! You can get an original artwork for yourself or your home as you support the arts in Howard County.

Juried Exhibition Howard County Art 2013

Thank You to Juror: Fahimeh Vahdat, Chair of Visual Arts, Howard County Community College for awarding me the Juror’s Award for my three Thailand Temple Ruin photographs in the Art Howard County 2013 Exhibition, on Friday November 8, 2013. The exhibit runs from November 1—December 13, 2013 at the Howard County Arts Council 8510 Ridge Rd., Ellicott City, MD 21043 www.hocoarts.org (410) 313-ARTS

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Thailand Temple Ruins III are known as Wat Mahathat which are the remains from the Sukhothati kingdom that included a royal palace and twenty-six Buddhist temples dating from the 13th and 14th centuries.
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Thailand Temple Ruins II is from a monastery from the Ayutthaya kingdom.
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Thailand Temple Ruins I is from the remains of King U Thong’s Ayutthaya kingdom from 1350.

These three photographs are part of my Thailand collection available on www.JacquelineLaRocca.com

The photographs are black and white and infrared. While visiting these sacred places, I could feel the spirits from long ago. Thailand Temple Ruins I is from the remains of King U Thong’s Ayutthaya kingdom from 1350.  Thailand Temple Ruins II is from a monastery from the Ayutthaya kingdom.  Thailand Temple Ruins III are known as Wat Mahathat which are the remains from the Sukhothati kingdom that included a royal palace and twenty-six Buddhist temples dating from the 13th and 14th centuries.  In the 18th century the Burmese Army destroyed these kingdoms and the fragile ruins are all that remain today.