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A sample letter:

 

Date:

Organization:

Address:

Dear__________,

I am writing to you today to inquire about the possibility of having a home noticed by your organization as a place of interest for the community. This home is a unique and artistic space that I have admired over the years. It is a place where people can come to enjoy art, nature, and the artist herself.

Inside the home, there is a flagstone walkway, shiplap ceilings, and a two-deck stairway with vaulted ceiling and balcony living space. The dining table, breakfast bar, and divider shelf are made of slices of raw tree trunk with exterior tree remaining on the edges. All of the floors are of wide white pine, also finished with high gloss polyurethane. A side door and an upstairs window have stained glass. There are three bedrooms and two baths.

Outside, there are many art pieces, including a nine-foot Native American Chef, a seven-foot sea serpent, three spiral metal sculptures, and a stockade fence with colorful glass marbles inserted into the pickets. There are also numerous plants and flowers for every season.

I believe that this home, garden, and gallery is a valuable asset to the community as a place of interest. It is a place where people can come to learn about art, nature, and an artist. It is also a place where people can relax and enjoy the beauty of the world. It is a breath of fresh air in an otherwise unsettling world.

I will send a few photos of this home for your reference. I would be happy to provide you with more information or to schedule a time for you to visit the home in person and meet the artist, Sedona Summer at 15 Shady Drive in East Harwich, MA 02645.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Sincerely,

Your Signature: _________________

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A true artist is not one who is inspired, but one who inspires others. ~ Salvadore Dali

 

Some address:                                                                                                              

Mass Cultural Council

10 James Avenue, 3rd Floor

Boston, MA 02116-3803

https://massculturalcouncil.org

 

Kara Mewhinney

Director of Cultural Affairs

204 Sisson Road

Harwich, Ma 02645

 

Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce

5 Pattie Page Way

Centerville, MA 02632

Attention, Paul Niedzwiecki

 

Cape Cod Life

P. O. Box 1439

Mashpee, MA 02649

webmaster@caoecodlife.com

 

Arts Cape Cod

Is operated by the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod

396 Main Street, Suite 10

 

Hyannis, Ma 02601

Info@artsfoundation.org

 

Cape Cod Times

319 Main Street,

Hyannis, MA. 02601

Feature Editor

Gwenn Friss

 

Visitor Fun – Arts and artists: a Dozen Galleries to visit on Cape Cod

editor@visitfun.com

Ettractions, Inc.

5 Perkins Way

Newburyport, MA 01950

support@visitfun.com

800-888-2974

 

The Cape Cod Chronicle

60 C Munson Meeting Way

Chatham, MA 02633

info@capecodchronical.com

You could write a letter to the editor

 

 

https://capecodchronicle.com/info/contribute/letter-to-the-editor/

 

“As artists, our role is critical.  Creative expression is vital to a healthy and open-minded society. Artwork inspires people, gives them hope, and can touch a soul in a way that words cannot. The artist has a unique skill set to influence, inspire, and help others.”


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Peace and Bliss

Always walk 'On the Rosy Path

Have a Magical Day!

K.I.S.S. (Keep It Something Special)

 

Sedona Summer

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