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happy new year 2011

this design contains sculptures of Rumen Dimitrov and Nadia Zubareva, participants of the CHILDREN'S LABYRINTH SYMPOSIUM 2010
magic disk, Nadia Zubareva, Russia dancing figure, Rumen Dimitrov, Bulgaria spiritual room, Rumen Dimitrov, Bulgaria chambre, Marc Walter, Canada tower, Marc Walter, Canada ceiling chamber, Marc Walter, Canada animal, David Kochavi, Israel animal, David Kochavi, Israel flying boat, Marc Walter, Canada

A winter tour through the CHILDREN'S LABYRINTH and experience the spiritual atmosphere of this inspiring environment. Feel the fairy tales, poetry and magic of a fantasy world.
The world is created by the international artists Nadia Zubareva (Russia), Rumen Dimitrov (Bulgaria), Marc Walter (Canada) and David Kochavi (Israel).
See the images the winter tour on the pages of the CHILDREN'S LABYRINTH and you are welcome to enter this magic place during the NEW YEAR PARTY on January 8 2011.

merry X-mas and a wonderful 2011.

2011 brings the magic of the arts in new forms.

Thanks for all the cooperation and support Saksala ArtRadius has received in 2010.

Let 2011 bring exciting experiences and unexpected chances to you.
The world is wonderful enjoy its spirit. 

Visit our New Year Party on Saturday January 8 from 12-15 and go through the magic LABYRINTH in winter time.

After the New Year Party we will celebrate the triple birthday of Marja, Dominique and Tessa.

Marja de Jong

KEEP SAKSALA WARM

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