By Janet Goetze
For the Hollywood Star News
Artists may submit work until March 15 for the Recycled Rain Project, which is dedicated to raising awareness of local and international water-related issues.
A jury of artists will select those who will be asked to create new work using recycled rainwater, said Sara Sjol, founder and Recycled Rainer. An exhibit of these works is scheduled to open at 6 p.m. May 10 in the Olympic Mills Building, 107 S.E. Washington St.
Artists may e-mail three images of two-dimensional, water-based work with title, size and medium to gro.t1503216300cejor1503216300pniar1503216300delcy1503216300cereh1503216300t@loj1503216300saras1503216300 . Additional information is available at http://the recycledrainproject.wordpress.com/artists/.
The project will donate 20 percent of each sale to a water-based organization to be announced later in March, Sjol said.