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RE: art markets

There is a Prehistoric Times/Godzilla fest in Chicago the first weekend
in August. I'll be there talking about dinosaur art and the internet as
if I actually know anything. Artists from the area might want to check
it out for table space. I try to bring copies of my orthopedic
radiography book to autograph. Neat...huh?


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thomas R. Holtz, Jr. [mailto:th81@umail.umd.edu]
> Sent: Thursday, July 02, 1998 8:39 AM
> To: jhecht@world.std.com
> Cc: dinosaur@usc.edu
> Subject: Re: art markets
> At 10:06 PM 7/1/98 -0400, Jeff Hecht wrote:
> >And while we're talking about art markets, if you have the 
> opportunity,
> >check out the possibilities of showing and selling art at a regional
> >science-fiction convention. I don't know how they'd go for 
> dinosaurs or
> >dinobirds, but it might be worth a try. Science-fiction 
> artists don't get
> >rich, but the best of them can make a living. -- Jef Hecht
> Agreed!
> Illustrator Bob Walters and sculptor Paul Sorton often sell, 
> or at least
> display, their dinosaur works at Balticon, Philcon, and other 
> mid-Atlantic
> states SF conventions.  Hey, you can sometimes get on a panel 
> to talk about
> dinosaur art, and get a discount for the convention fee (or 
> do the same
> about dinosaur science... :-).
> Speaking of which, anyone going to the World SF Convention in 
> Baltimore this
> August must come over to see the various dinosaur panels, buy 
> Walters &
> Sorton (and other) art, and get their copies of _James Gurney 
> The World of
> Dinosaurs_ autographed by Mike Brett-Surman & me!
> Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.
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