Multimedia Art Exhibition hosted by the Fiordland Arts Society
24/10/2020 - 26/10/2020
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Fiordland Community Events Centre,,
20-22 Luxmore Dr, ,
FEATURING (a) Visual displays of art by: Steve Rumore, metal artist from Wanaka, Robert Westaway innovative abstract painter from Timaru, and William Patino landscape photographer from Te Anau. Plus many other mixed media artists from Fiordland and wider Southland.
(b) Performing art 2-4 pm, Sat 24 Oct – including:
talk by guest artists
live music by various outstanding local groups and solo artists
beverages and finger food supplied “if” at Covid-19 level 1.
COST OF ENTRY: Gold coin donation, children free.
EVENT: Multi Media Art Exhibition hosted by the Fiordland Arts Society
WHERE: Fiordland Community Events Centre, 20-22 Luxmore Dr, Te Anau.
WHEN: Labour Weekend
OPEN TO THE Public: 10am to 5pm daily Sat 24 and Sun 25, and 10am to 3pm Mon 26 October, 2020.
FURTHER INFORMATION: https://www.facebook.com/FiordlandArtsSociety/
The Fiordland Arts Society is pleased to be able to host its 39th annual multimedia art exhibition, at Labour Weekend (24-26 October, 2020), in the Fiordland Community Events Centre, 20-22 Luxmore Drive, Te Anau.
The exhibition will feature fabulous metal sculptures by Steve Rumore of Metalworks Wanaka; extraordinary abstract pictures made from a fusion of science and paint by Robert Westaway from Timaru; and breathtaking photographs imbued with emotion and drama by William Patino, who presently resides in Te Anau. As well as these guest artists, there will also be on show: arresting landscape paintings by Caley Hall, honorary member of the Society; plus wonderful creations by many other mixed media artists from Fiordland and wider Southland.
In addition to visual art, on the Saturday afternoon between 2-4 pm: the Society is excited to have a variety of highly talented, local group and solo musicians perform live in an informal setting. All of these performing artists will surprise, totally captivate and entertain you!
Quote Picasso: “The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.”
Come and enjoy this opportunity!
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