Sunday, January 16, 2011

Time for a give-away...

Hello There:

As most of you know, I have a large collection of vintage photos.  I was having a look through my photos this weekend and came across this lovely, sepia tone folder photo of a handsome young man playing violin.  I would guess it was snapped somewhere around 1910.  I have several original copies of this photo.  So...I thought I would share some of this vintage, violin goodness with my blog friends by hosting a give-away.

The brown photo folder measures approximately 10-1/2" x 8-1/4" when closed. 

Included in the give-away is also a 5" x 7" print of my watercolor/collage piece entitled: "June Plays", from the "Eyes of June" series.  If you'd like to read more about June and her Hollywood story, please click HERE.

"June Plays"

All you have to do is leave a comment.  On Monday, January 31 I will call upon my trusy "randomizer" to pick a winning number from the comments column.  I will contact the winner after the selection has been made.

I am hopeful that this give-away will run smoothly.  The last give-away I hosted was glitchy, as none of my typepad pals were able to leave comments.

Thank you ever so much for playing along. 

Until January 23rd:
Gerushia's New World


NuminosityBeads said...

Does it decrease my odds if I comment first I wonder?
I guess I'll find out!
xoxo Kim

CreativeFlutter said...

OOH i love both images! Fiddles were a big part of my French heritage. Thanks for doing a giveaway Kim! :)

La Dolce Vita said...

well, I am sure I will win since the 23rd is my birthday!!

May Terry said...

I love that photo, and your 'June' piece. Hope I win!

Amy said...

The violin is dear to our family's heart. My brother, then me and then my daughter all played my Great Grandfather's violin. It has an original leather covered wooden case (very heavy) but I bought a new case (less heavy but more safely designed inside to cushion the instrument)when my daughter started playing. We retained the old wooden case, of course!!
Your June photos were always so fascinating to me, almost haunting in their beauty.