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Te Mete Fine Art Exhibition Invite

Te Mete Fine Art Exhibition Invite


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Kia Ora 

I wish to extend an invitation to you, your colleagues and friends to the opening night of Te Mete's Fine Art Exhibition to be held at S & M's Cocktail Bar & Lounge, 176 Cuba St Wellington on Sat 15th June 2013 from 6pm.
Te Mete is a NZ Contemporary Māori Artist that made international history after painting his portrait of Louisa Wall. It was recently announced that an image of Te Mete's portrait will feature on the front page of the Marriage Equality Bill. His work will also feature in the next edition of 'World Investor Magazine' alongside pieces of work that have recently sold at auction for tens of millions in New York.

If you are interested in art or investment now is a great opportunity to purchase Te Mete's art work while he is at the start of his stellar international career. 
Last month Te Mete supported the NZAF by donating proceeds of sales from his Solo Exhibition at the Chateau Tongariro Hotel during the Pink Ball and he looks forward to being able to support the NZAF Awhina Centre by donating proceeds from sales during his Wellington Exhibition .

Original artworks by Te Mete and limited edition prints will be on display.

For further information and updates on this exhibition please don't hesitate to give me a call or visit https://www.facebook.com/#!/events/422807394483402/  or visit Te Mete's website www.temete.co.nz


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Kind Regards,

Joseph Hayes

ENDS

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