PARK CITY, Utah, (April 19) — In 2010, Jamie Clyde — New York-based photographer with Utah roots — heard about the U.S. women ski jumpers and their push to get into the Olympic Games. She was inspired by their story and wanted to help.
Clyde artistically photographed members of the Visa Team and then organized a fundraiser in Brooklyn later that year to auction off her donated artwork. The event helped raise more than $50,000 to help the team.
Jamie has re-created some of those amazing pieces in mixed-media and is offering them as perks to help raise money for her new adventurous projects – two of which directly help social causes centered on women.
TO CONTRIBUTE TO JAMIE’S PROJECT AND GET THIS BEAUTIFUL WOMEN’S SKI JUMPING ARTWORK, GO TO:
Here’s what you can choose from:
• $50 — A set of WSJ art stationary, includes 12 cards (blank inside) with envelopes.
• $250+ — One of a kind image transfers onto wood (WSJ Series) 11x14 image transfer.
WSJ-USA is grateful for Jamie’s generous work and talent to help our team and we hope you are too. Take a look at her project, contribute, and get this amazing artwork as a celebration and commemoration for the historic Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games.
GO HERE: http://igg.me/p/219543/x/555160