This painting is also the cover art for Newcastle University Choir’s “Encore” CD recorded at Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle, NSW, Australia on 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th August 2013. The CD was launched at the Choir’s Christmas Concert on 15 December 2013.
The CD showcases the Choir’s sound, personality and flexibility. The repertoire has been chosen from choral works that have given pleasure to their audiences over the years, including movements from Messiah and other classical favourites, interesting Christmas music, and jazz with local jazz identity, pianist and composer Terence Koo. Track listing is also available here: http://www.newcastleuniversitychoir.com/
I was specifically commissioned for this CD by owner Joan Bona.
Hunter Arts Network Art Bazaar has been postponed due to Covid-19, stay tuned for new dates. In the meantime shop online on Redbubble to have all of my prints, clothing and home decor to be delivered directly to you! http://kasarndesigns.redbubble.com/
Australia’s arts industry has been disrupted by Coronavirus this year, including the postponed Hunter Arts Network Art Bazaar which was to be held on 5 April. Hunter Arts Network is looking to reschedule Art Bazaar when the added personal pleasure of a genuine, quality “Art-Market” experience will be allowed and safe to do so.
In the meantime Hunter Arts Network values and supports their members’ superb art-making, commitment and passion and want to keep the Art Bazaar community alive. Hunter Arts Network is continuing to promote their members online as they want to help their local creative members stay afloat during the crisis. Art Bazaar online aims to sustain the link directly from the Maker to the Art Appreciator.
As the Hunter Region’s original authentically hand-made community Art market in this region, Art Bazaar has been providing this service to the community and the arts community for eighteen years! Showcasing the Artists and Artisans of our region, this event has been known to showcase up to 120 stallholders and attract between 5,000 and 10,000 creative shoppers from across the region. To continue their tradition of a vibrant, well-attended community event, they are seeking your help to off-set the crisis and creatively survive through online portals which will not only help sustain their local artists, but keep “The Arts” alive and appreciated in this region.
Hunter Arts Network’s members are creative people who range from starting out, hobbyists, micro-businesses, are (or want to be) self-employed, or already running a creative business. Make a difference with your purchases which support local businesses, artists and community groups. From the support of the wider community, shoppers can still pursue their own creative interests while investing in the local culture, professional artists and quality artworks of this region. This in turn creates a “virtuous circle” by value-adding to the local economy, local traders and services
Hunter Arts Network is supported by Member’s fees, the strength of a dedicated volunteer Committee and it’s ongoing reputation for local, quality, hand-made and original artworks.
Massive thank you to everyone who stopped by at today’s Art Bazaar! I sold one of my original paintings to a happy customer. Lambton Park was once again a great location. We enjoyed the large crowds and enjoyed a day in the warm sunshine. It was an enjoyable & entertaining day and all round good atmosphere. Special thanks to the contribution by the Hunter Arts Network committee and stallholders. It’s great to know that the local quality creativity on offer is greatly appreciated and that all sales are going back into our local community to help artists continue their wonderful work. See you in November at Lambton Park again!
$81.62 + shipping
180cm w x 188cm h
Fits most standard size tubs and showers
12 button holes (shower hooks not included)
Liner not included
Made from 100% Polyester
Vivid, full color print on front, white on back
Machine wash cold
Massive thank you to everyone who stopped by at yesterday’s Art Bazaar! Speers Point was once again a great location. Although the weather from the evening before didn’t look to promising and may have kept some of the crowds away we ended up enjoying a day in the warm sunshine. It was an enjoyable & entertaining day and all round good atmosphere. Special thanks to the contribution by the Hunter Arts Network committee, stallholders and performers. It’s great to know that the local quality creativity on offer is greatly appreciated and that all sales are going back into our local community to help artists continue their wonderful work. See you in August and November at Lambton Park!