About 365 Jars
On (almost) every day during 2011, artist Kirsty Hall made & released an art jar into the wild for people to find and keep.
All the jars have now been made and walked but there's still some catch-up blogging to be done.
If you've found a jar, please click here to record your find.
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SponsorsThanks to Jam Jar Shop who kindly provided jars for this project.
Please donateThis project is largely self-funded but the generosity of my wonderful Jar Fans makes it a lot easier. Click here to find out more about the Adopt-A-Jar sponsorship programme. Or you can click on the Flattr button below to leave a micro-payment.
Help 365 Jars
If you can't afford to donate, you can still help 365 Jars by spreading the word. Please tell people about it on your blogs, Facebook, Twitter and down the pub!
If you'd like to interview me about the project, I'm always happy to talk, just send me an email.
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I retain full copyright on my writing and all photographs of my art. However, you may use my words and photos on your blog without asking for permission, as long as the following conditions apply:
1) The work is attributed to me
2) You link to this site
3) It's not a commercial use
4) You don't use the whole post
I am Pinterest friendly and there's no need to ask my permission to pin one of my images. However, please note that not every image on this site belongs to me; some images have been used under the 'fair use' provision for critique purposes or were found on Flickr under the Creative Commons license. Those images are not mine, so I cannot give you permission to use them.
If you want to republish an entire post on your blog or you'd like to use my work in a commercial project, please ask.
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“SO lovely to see these two updates. I know you want to take it slow and don't take my enthusiasm …”
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