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Pigments of your Imagination Art Exhibition

A major Art Exhibition featuring well known and emerging artists from all over Australia that will appeal to collectors and art lovers alike. Over 250 pieces across a range of mediums will be sold.

  • Dates:19 - 20 July 2014

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Description

Huge Art Exhibition Brings Artists and Mediums Together

Well known and emerging artists from all over Australia will come together in July for an art show that will appeal to collectors and art lovers alike.  This is a rare opportunity to see such a huge range and breadth of art in the one Exhibition, and a unique chance to purchase from Australia’s favourite artists in the one space.

The Exhibition will feature new art works from a variety of media – paintings, scultpure, ceramics, glass and jewellery – from over 80 talented artists including:

  • Esther Erlich,
  • Sheila Posner,
  • Dorothy Erickson,
  • Angela McHarrie,
  • Regina Noakes,
  • Miik Green,
  • Astrid Dahl,
  • Di Taylor,
  • Pam Langdon,
  • Gail Dell,
  • Rebecca Cool,
  • Leon Pericles,
  • Neil Elliot,
  • Ken Rassmusen,
  • Ian Dickinson,
  • Peteris Ciemitis,
  • Jennifer Sadler,
  • Waldemar Kolbusz, and many many more.

A major collection of Indigenous pieces from Palya Art will bring a large range of Aboriginal art to the exhibition, with many new and emerging artists showing on this scale for the first time.

Pieces will be sold at a huge range of prices, from $40 to $12,000

All funds raised will go to Ahuzat Yeladim school, a world-renowned boarding school in the north of Israel which gives severely disadvantaged children a chance at a better life.  The school which is so well respected for it’s cutting edge techniques that education leaders from all over the world travel to learn there.

When:     19 July, 7 – 9.30pm, $25 ticket-only launch with champagne and canapes

20 July, 9 – 5pm, $5 entry (includes tea/coffee and cake)

 

Location

  • Address: Carmel Primary School, Woodrow Avenue,Yokine,WA,
  • Phone: 0403 163 092
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Website:
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