Credit and thanks for the use of the original photo
goes to Invisible926
Photomosaic offered for ebay auction
10-day listing, Ends Nov-01-05
final sale price will support the Bubel/Aiken Foundation
This is a gorgeous photo mosaic, entitled "GOOD NEWS".
This photo mosaic of Clay Aiken in concert, has been lovingly
created by Jean Wachtmann. It was first created for donation
to BAF earlier this year, and has taken approximately 60
man hours to complete. It is beautifully matted and framed
and has been personally autographed by Clay Aiken on the
is a Fundraiser for the Bubel Aiken Foundation and 100% of
the proceeds from this auction will go directly to BAF. ABOUT
THE BUBEL AIKEN FOUNDATION: The Bubel Aiken Foundation provides
grants, services and inclusive programs to children with special
needs and their typical peers. Clay Aiken, a former special
education teacher and mentor, founded BAF in 2003 with Diane
Bubel, a parent and disability activist whose son Mike has
Photo taken at the Florida
Gala when the photomosaic was donated
to BAF and autographed by Clay
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DETAILS of former Silent Auctions in support of the Bubel
/ Aiken Foundation:
Jukebox photomosaic poster
was created especially to commemorate the Jukebox Tour Summer
of 2005. The print is signed and numbered on the back by
the artist and is one of only 100 limited edition prints
that will be produced, after which the design will be retired.
The image is "painted" with Clay Aiken photos,
chosen from a database of over 1400 selections. The database
includes selections from his 4 previous concert tours, TV
appearances, personal appearances, tour programs, magazine
photo shoots and press coverage from the very beginning
of his amazing career to the present. Scattered throughout
the image, you may also find photos of Clay with family
and friends, other performers he has appeared with, and
photos from Clay's childhood. It's a history of Clay Aiken
all in one poster! Poster size is approximately 13"
were Jukebox Mosaics at 8 venues on the Jukebox Tour. The
sites were Pittsburgh, Cary, Rochester Hills, MI.,Clio, Toledo,
Interlochen, Meadsville, PA., and Atlantic City. All proceeds
from the sale went to the BAF. They were sold at various pre-paties,
using the silent auction format, which is a sign up sheet
placed with each auction item; the person with the highest
bid on the sheet when the auction closed won the item.
sure thing you will find hidden within every poster
is a photo of his dog, Raleigh. Here is the hidden photo
of Raleigh used in this design.
*Two "Jukebox" mosaics have been offered on eBay
previously, the first raised $355 for the Red Cross, and
the second brought a donation
of $256 to the animal rescue group A.P.A.W.S.
to Clay signing 2 of the 8 mosaics that were auctioned at
the Jukebox Mosaic raised a total of $3405.00 for the BAF.