Hunter Arts Network Art Bazaar – IS NOT BEING HELD THIS SUNDAY 28 NOVEMBER AT LAMBTON PARK

Hunter Arts Network regrets to advise that Art Bazaar is unable to go ahead this Sunday 28 November at Lambton Park.

Council has inspected all of their sites and cancelled all sporting events because of the grounds being water logged from the recent rain event and recommended we do the same.

Whilst Sunday could be a finer day than what we’ve been experiencing lately, like Council, we are very concerned about people’s safety due to the condition of the grounds and the damage which could be caused to the grounds as their sites will not have had the opportunity to dry out. We will provide a further update once we have confirmed if we are able to re-schedule or need to cancel until next year. We apologise for the inconvenience. Yours sincerely, Hunter Arts Network

Current mandated health orders for Hunter Arts Network Art Bazaar Lambton Park Sunday 28 November 2021:

We hope you have been keeping safe and well again this crazy year. We look forward to Art Bazaar starting up again next month on Sunday 28 November at Lambton Park.

Please note that current health orders are mandated which means fines will be issued to stallholders and the markets if we do not abide by them. The current mandate states that all stallholders must be double vaccinated to attend and our understanding is that anyone visiting the event must also be double vaccinated. All stallholders, committee members, customers and any person who is eligible for Covid-19 vaccinations who will be attending the event must be fully vaccinated to attend Art Bazaar on Sunday 28 November unless exempt under the public health orders. Please refer to below NSW Health orders from the NSW Health website:

These premises must be closed to unvaccinated adults:

– higher risk premises
– business premises that are hairdressers, spas, nail salons, beauty salons, waxing salons, tanning salons, tattoo parlours or massage parlours
– recreation facilities (indoors)
– public swimming pools
– information and education facilities
– retail premises, but not critical retail premises
– business premises that are auction houses (excluding agricultural auctions)
– business premises that are betting agencies
– gaming lounges
– markets that do not predominantly sell food
– properties operated by the National Trust or the Historic Houses Trust.

For more information visit https://www.health.nsw.gov.au/Infectious/covid-19/Pages/public-health-orders.aspx

Stallholders are selected based on the originality and quality of their wares – so there’s plenty to capture your imagination. Bring the family or meet up with friends to wander the stalls to find unique gifts or treat for yourself, and meet the local Hunter makers and artists.

By purchasing direct from the makers you’ll be supporting their work after what’s been another difficult year and you get to take home a one-of-a kind treasure or get in early with your Christmas shopping!

All stallholders are members of Hunter Arts Network. The event showcases their unique, handmade artisan goods including a wide variety of carefully selected stalls featuring premium local artisan handmade products. Art Bazaar has cemented it’s reputation since 2002 as the event that showcases the Hunter’s creative & vibrant art community that locals & visitors look forward to several times every year. Food trucks, coffee and entertainment is also on offer. HAN is run by a dedicated committee of volunteers who have also worked hard to celebrate all modalities of visual arts

Some of the Hunter Arts Network members who will be setting up stalls at Art Bazaar on Sunday 28 November include:

Janet Graham Pottery
Allys glass chimes
Janet Graham Pottery
Zoë Colour
Natalie Kube fine jewellery
Art for the Soul
Fig Design
T LO ART
Eugeniadunlevie
Fine Lines by Laura
Karen Scott Murals
StudioKY
Holmeswares
Bruce Roxburgh, abstract works on paper- detailed textured drawings
Tinkat Alley Art Studio
Dianna Kellerman Arts
Akatonbo
Gwynneth JonesIllustration
Fancy Nancy Ceramics
Chris’s Creations
Cherry On Top Designs
Francart
Sam Blanks Illustration
Dan Bianco Art
Hairy Phish
kimsol digitalart
Margo Humphries Art
Sharon Williams and Kellie Hornby-Howell
Art2Q4
Kimberly Swan Artist
Catherine White
Mi -Chell’s
Warped n Twisted Creations
Henrietta Mooney & Victoria Dixon – Natural History Illustrators, and the Hunter Region Field Naturalists & Nature Journaling Club
Anna Baba
Leadlight By Linda
BARNES, Maria (EMBRACE ART)
CARTER, Kristine
CULLEN, Wendy Alice (BENNI-ALICE ART)
CURREN, Suzanne
DEVRIES, Janet (LOVING ART)
LANE, Robyn (ART & LEATHER)
MOONEY, Henrietta
MOSS, Nina (STELLA BELLA)
NCEATA
SCRUTON, Garry
TWEEDIE, Elwyn (MUMMAS TREASURES)
WILKINSON, Linda (BUSH INK)
ABBOTT, Lyn
ATKINSON, Justine & Nola
GRIEVES, Max & Bronwyn
MARTIN, Kim
MCEVOY, Kay
Lambo Art
Lindsey’s Art Of Nature
TAFE HUNTER STREET ART SCHOOL

Food stalls:
Crescent Star Food

Visit www.hunterartsnetwork.org

Upcoming in 2021: Hunter Arts Network Art Bazaar Lambton Park

Art Bazaar has cemented it’s reputation as the event since 2002 that showcases the Hunter’s creative & vibrant art community that locals & visitors look forward to four times every year. These are the upcoming dates where you can shop for my original paintings. Look for the stall with the yellow canopy:

Lambton Park Sunday 29 August 2021
Lambton Park 28 November 2021

Treat yourself to a wide variety of carefully selected stalls featuring premium handmade products or get in early for Christmas shopping.

Hunter Arts Network is a non-profit incorporated membership of artisans from the Hunter. HAN is run by a dedicated committee of volunteers who have also worked hard to celebrate all modalities of visual arts

Hunter Arts Network Art Bazaar Speers Point Park Sunday 11 April 2021

There’s only one week to go until Hunter Arts Network’s next Art Bazaar at Speers Point Park on Sunday 11 April from 10am – 3pm!

This is where you can shop for my original paintings. Look for the stall with the yellow canopy.

Treat yourself to a wide variety of carefully selected stalls featuring premium handmade products or get in early for Mother’s Day shopping. Art Bazaar has cemented it’s reputation as the event since 2002 that showcases the Hunter’s creative & vibrant art community that locals & visitors look forward to three times every year.

Hunter Arts Network is a non-profit incorporated membership of artisans from the Hunter. HAN is run by a dedicated committee of volunteers who have also worked hard to celebrate all modalities of visual arts

Visit https://hunterartsnetwork.org/

These are some of the Hunter Arts Network members who will be participating and having stalls:
Akatonbo
Mi-Chell’s
Gwynneth Jones Illustration
Fancy Nancy Ceramics
NCEATA
Unique Art by Anna Baba
Handmade bags and ceramics by Joan
Chris’s Creations
Cherry On Top Designs
Robyn Lane Art &leather
Sam Blanks Illustration
Dan Bianco Art
StudioKY
Hairy Phish
Margo Humphries Art
Linda Wilkinson Bush Ink
Stella Bella
Eleanor Anson – ART2Q4
Dianna Kellerman Arts
Loving Art
MUMMAS TREASURERS
Willy Nilly Whimsies
The Hunter’s Smallest Mobile Art Gallery
Uploved
Polkadot Sisters
Helen Jackson Art, Ceramics, Sculpture
Tinkat Alley Art Studio
Warped & Twisted Creations
Oceanlights Glass Art
Bruce Roxburgh, abstract works on paper- detailed textured drawings
Marian Roxburgh, patchwork quilts in traditional and original designs

UPCOMING 2021 ART BAZAARS:

Hunter Arts Network Art Bazaar at Lambton Park on Sunday 29 August 10-3pm

Hunter Arts Network Art Bazaar at Lambton Park – Christmas market Sunday 28 November 9-3pm

BREAKING NEWS: The First Hunter Arts Network Art Bazaar confirmed for 2020 – Lambton Park – Sunday 6 December

DRUM ROLL!! Hunter Arts Network Art Bazaar is finally going to be held for the first time this year! As this is our first Art Bazaar since Covid there will be some changes to ensure we are running a safe Art Bazaar for our stallholders and visitors. I will be at the market with my original paintings for sale

Sunday 6 December 2020 9am – 3pm
Lambton Park