lottery 43


After a short break we had today lottery no. 43 with 12 applicants in the hat and the winner is Markus Thewes from Germany,  with his hope

"I hope that my children still can live in a society where the majority still favors reason and rationality, knowing that our world is fundamentally complex, instead of choosing to be governed by demagogic soapbox orators who pretend to sell quick and easy solutions. ".

Dear Markus, Congratulation!

We will send a few questions to Markus.
After his reply Peter will start creating the two paintings:
one most individual for him, which will be a creative interpretation of his hope incorporating his answers to our questions
and another one, which will be Peter´s comment to his hope, so to say.

The first painting is for him to keep and the second painting will be given away by Markus to someone he wants to communicate with about their hopes.
All the other charming applicants remain in the hat (see the list of all below)
and the next lottery will take place next week.
Please be so kind to spread the word about this project and invite as many people as possible to participate.
Thank you so much!


Applicants, in green are the happy winners until now:

Wolfgang Bahr, Rosemarie Richter, Janet Alibrandis, Iris Franke, Jane Edwards, Astrid Julies, Reiner Schneeberger, Thodoris Sarigkiolis, Douglas Beliakoff, Astrid Theile-Papanikolaou, Kathryn Robinson, Liam Archbold, Ghislain Borrelly, Wolfgang Geigenberger, Marijana Kravos, Ines Hughes, Irene Meijer, Anat Halevy, Rosmarie Schallenberg, Nawar Bunni, Ben Jenner, Kat Salimi, Christoph Broelsch, Lisa Stoerkmann, Tabitha PearsonKarin Ochenbauer, Brock Stackhouse, Julia Budnik, Efthalia Marinou, Zsuzsa Simon, Paul Boesch, Kathrine Petrlik, Remo Ryser, Denise Birt-Romita, Stella Ignatiadou, Maja Nenadovic, Tom Batnager, Dina Rappou, Friederike Brölsch, Stevie Famulari, Marius Thewes, Markus Thewes, Zana Kontomanoli, Paola Reale, Alexandra Liviana, Ioana Nastase, Marisa Salcedo, Ralph Sopron, Huoni Caitlyn, Thuan Nguyen, Franziska Blind, Marta Nagy, Alison Hancock





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