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Hooves Up for Project Pony
Executive Editor Christine Stoddard has been horsing around with a sculpture idea for quite some time now, but it was only recently that she decided to saddle up and ride on with it.
If the terrible puns haven't given you the hint yet, her plan's to make a huge horse sculpture. This isn't, however, just ANY horse sculpture. It's a Quail Bell horse sculpture, which makes it that much quirkier. The project's called Project Pony and the goal is to glue together horse figurines in the form of a life-size horse. The pony will then be auctioned off to help fund Quail Bell's first art festival (which will not be for profit and offer free admission).
Of course, here at Quail Bell, we're big on community art and would love to see your participation. This means that if you have some horses you'd like to get rid of, The QB Crew would appreciate having them. Christine will be collecting horse figurines until June 6, 2012.
Over the course of the collection, you can bet we'll post photos and updates right here on QuailBellMagazine.com, so keep checking back!
Questions? Email Christine at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please mail your plastic pony, horse, unicorn, and/or pegasus toys to:
Quail Bell Magazine
c/o Christine Stoddard
P.O. Box 4844
Richmond, VA 23220
Or kindly donate to the project here:
Thank you, fledglings!
The QB Crew