Win a $600 Jon Dixon sculpture

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CLOSED – Winner, Peta Caldwell

 

[dropcap style=”font-size: 60px; color: #A5CECD;”] A [/dropcap]ward-winning sculptor Jon Dixon has very generously donated one of his work’s valued at $600 for us to give away to one lucky paid subscriber to Bluestone Magazine.

At the end of our interview with Jon (you can read our story here), he disappeared into his studio and emerged with a lovely piece that he insisted we offer as a prize to our readers.

The female torso is carved from limestone and stands 42cm tall.

In donating this piece, Jon wanted us to receive the value of the prize in new paid subscriptions as his way of supporting what we do and to help us reach our goal of 200 paid subscribers.

So, the first seven people to take out a paid subscription Рeither monthly or yearly Рwill be automatically included in the draw.

You can subscribe here.

If you are already a paying subscriber – either monthly or yearly – you can enter the draw by simply dropping us an email to editor@bluestonemagazine.com.au

We will draw the winner* once we have reached the goal of seven new paid subscribers. What a perfect time to sign on to Bluestone!

Thankyou, Jon, for such a wonderful donation.

[box] * The winner will be announced here and also on our Facebook page, plus we will contact you personally. Please note the sculpture can be delivered to a Warrnambool address only, as we are unable to post such a heavy item! If you live more than 20km from Warrnambool, you will need to arrange collection. [/box]

 

 

2 thoughts on “Win a $600 Jon Dixon sculpture”

  1. Thank you Bluestone! I LOVE Mondays when the next edition is waiting for me, a heart warming and inspiring start to a week…
    Kind Regards
    Adi Tayler

    1. Hi Adi, thank you so much for such wonderful feedback and we have sent you a personal email in response to your other question (which we have edited from here for privacy). It is always terrific to hear from our readers.

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