Do You Live in Tasmania?

Do you live in Tasmania? Why not take a break this month to appreciate local artist Katherine Perrott’s incredible new work. Now on display at the Salamanca Arts Centre until the 31st of August.

You can learn more about Katherine Perrott and her past work here.katherine perrott (2)

Linda Riseley’s donated piece, ‘Hidden Depths of Kindness’

A stunning image with a profound message.

 

 

Within all our eyes reside the memories of those who have shown us great kindness. They are often unaware of how large the waves they created in a moment of compassion carry through and reverberates a joyful reassurance, that the world is a wonderful place to reside.

Two benevolent Tasmanian artists help raise funds for Common Ground

It was an honour for me last Sunday 31st to help in the curating of the art collection to be auctioned at the 2014 ‘Long Lunch’, a major fund raiser for Common Ground in Hobart (http://www.commongroundtas.com.au).

Two artists who I represent generously donated three pieces.

Linda Riseley donated ‘Hidden Depths of Kindness’ and ‘As Time Goes By’. While Steve Woodbury donated one of unique Gun Powder Qwerty’s, titled ‘The Art Of War’.

Collectively they were auctioned for $9,500.00. An amazing result for ‘Common Ground’. I am very proud to be associated with these two wonderful people and artists.

I am also exceptionally proud to be service to ‘Common Ground’. What an amazing group of people, tenants and staff alike.

Please see following posts for pieces auctioned.

Woman In Red

‘Woman in Red’ is the second painting in Ismet Jesenkovics’ new series of paintings (first already sold). This oil on canvas measures 750 mm x 750 mm, she is selling for $1800.00.

All enquiries to Peta Barwick at P1 Design.