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The Artists for 'Life' Exhibition

The Artists for 'Life' Exhibition


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The Artists for 'Life' Exhibition

Featuring:

Tanya Ruka
Vida Jane Gwynne Trish Davidson
Teresa Watson Erana Aldworth
Loretta Feterika Glenis Harkness
Brendan Greening Linda Hutchison
Dale Cassidy Nikki Price
Jessica Kestle Anne Reithmaier
Mako Jones Mike O'Donnell


'Life' exhibition will feature 15 artists established and emerging, mixed media, ranging from oils on canvas to sculpture. The artworks to be displayed are bright and vibrant works as they are a celebration of life as portrayed by each artist. The exhibition is a tribute to family and friends who battle cancer and those who have gone before us. Therefore a percentage of sales will be donated to the cancer society. Some of the artists have donated works where profits made will go directly to the Auckland Cancer Society.

The Exhibition will run from Sunday 13th February until Monday 14th February on level 3, the Edge, Aotea Centre.

One of the original oil on canvas pieces donated by artist Tanya Ruka, all proceeds made from this piece will be donated to the Auckland Cancer Society. (Field of Hope)


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