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Rinehart to Publish American Experience Posters

WALNUT CREEK, Calif.--Rinehart Fine Arts, a member of the Bentley Publishing Group, will begin publishing a line of photo posters from the archives of the public television series "The American Experience." Rinehart will be the exclusive publisher of these photos, which company officials say capture moments in our nation's history that are inspiring, evocative and compelling. Five posters illustrating patriotic children, a romantic couple and women fighting for equal rights are now available.

"The American Experience," an award-winning, critically acclaimed series, chronicles people, events and trends that have influenced and shaped the nation.

New Era Publishing Signs Artist Deborah DuPont

AUSTIN, Texas--New Era Fine Art Publishing recently signed Deborah DuPont to an exclusive, long-term contract. Her limited editions will be published as Iris giclees by the company at prices starting at $375. Her work will be limited to 125 editions.

DuPont was raised in San Antonio, Texas, where she grew to love the architecture of the city's famous missions. She often uses these buildings as scenes for her art, which is in many corporate and private collections throughout the world and has been featured on t.v. shows and movies.

"Deborah has made a very successful career for herself with her original work, and we feel very fortunate to have her as an exclusive artist," said Joseph Garcia, president of New Era Publishing.

Animated Animations Introduces LumiceL[TM]

NEW YORK--The Animated Animations Company LLC has introduces Lumicel[TM], a new art form unveiled last month at Artexpo New York.

At first glance, Lumicel[TM] appears to be a composite animation sheet featuring Animated Animations characters. But, said company officials, it comes to life with lighting, music and sound effects using ION[TM] technology so there are no buttons, speakers or switches. Once ION[TM] is activated, a section of the model sheet is illuminated and an accompanying sound-byte is played.

"Lumicel is a new and exciting kind of animation art," said Marc Segan of Animated Animations. "It gives collectors all the beauty and value of true archival-quality materials and presentation while delivering drama and surprise in very limited editions. For us, it's the marriage of technology and art brought to a truly new level."

Kolibri Hosts Robert Watson Print Signing

TORRANCE, Calif.--Kolibri Art Studios recently hosted a signing of limited-edition prints by veteran artist Robert Watson. Watson's career spans more than five decades, and his work can be found in both museums and private collections internationally.

Watson's limited-edition prints are produced at Kolibri Art Studios, and he is one of many artists and publishers participating in the newly formed Kolibri Distributions. …

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