CMC 2016 LIMITED EDITION PRINT
Internationally recognized Regina artist Val Moker* has created a unique piece of original art specifically for the Regatta. High quality, limited edition canvas reproductions will be created from her original piece of art and will be sold at the Regatta Pavilion during the competition. You can also purchase your very own piece online by clicking on the links below. Proceeds from the sale of art reproductions will go to support the Canadian Masters Championships.
Name our CMC 2016 Art Contest
We have an exciting contest we hope you will participate in. Val’s piece of art is as yet unnamed so she and the Regina Rowing Club are looking for your help to “name that painting”. Please submit your email entry by noon on July 15th to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Name That Painting” in the subject line. The name for the painting will be chosen by a committee and the winner will receive a 12” x 18” limited edition reproduction of the painting valued at over $150.00.
To purchase your artwork online please select the size you would like to purchase and click on the link provided. Please note you will be asked to purchase a shipping box for an additional fee and your artwork will be shipped to you COD.
12 inches x 18 inches
Regatta Pavilion Price: $150 CAD/piece
Online Price: $170 CAD/piece
To Purchase online click: https://events.peloton-technologies.com/event/RRCLEP116
16 inches x 24 inches
Regatta Pavilion Price: $250 CAD/piece
Online Price: $270 CAD/piece
To Purchas online click: https://events.peloton-technologies.com/event/RRCLEP216
24 inches x 36 inches
Regatta Pavilion Price: $500 CAD/piece
Online Price: $525 CAD/piece
To Purchase online click: https://events.peloton-technologies.com/event/RRCLEP316
*Val Moker is a recipient of the Best New Artist Award at the Calgary Stampede’s, Western Art Showcase, the Peoples’ Choice Award at the Canadian Portrait Academy, and has followed up with other citations including the Will Rogers Medallion Award from the Academy of Western Artists in Oklahoma. Val’s work was accepted as a finalist in New Tang Dynasty Television’s, 4th International Figure Painting Competition 2014, New York City, from a selection of 160 paintings submitted by 100 artists from 16 countries around the world. And in 2015, her work was included in the Imago Mundi Project, Treviso, Italy, a unique project to collect works of art by established and emerging artists from countries all around the world.