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Rotary Art Exhibition at Hyde Park is now up and running! Wonderful attendance – thank you one and all! Sales have been amazing. Workshops and life-drawing sessions are not to be missed! I joined Joburg Sketchers for a drawing session on Saturday and then showed the waiters their portrayals – they were delighted! These Seagulls are also up on the exhibition now.


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Only 9 days to go! The Hyde Park Rotary Art Exhibition is just around the corner! Framing is done, but last minute painting on the hopefully best pieces is still underway! 55 Artists – a goodly array of exquisite artworks! Hope to see you there! These pics show part of the painting process and final paintings! Enjoy!


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Hyde Park Rotary Exhibition : Opening 28th May 2015 All welcome! (Hyde Park Shopping Centre Gauteng) This is part of the Weaver series (Workers) to be integrated with the Red-wing Starlings and Dahlias. Hope to see you at the exhibition!


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Hyde Park Rotary Art Festival : Series : Opportunists, Workers and Peace : Red-wing Starlings, Weavers and Dahlias : Oil on Board


    The Hyde Park Art Festival is coming up fast – 28th May 2015 we will be opening!  Hope to see you there!

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This is a painting from my Almond Blossom series – also for the Hyde Park Rotary Art Festival.


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Hyde Park Display


      A taste of the wonderful art exhibition at Hyde Park Shopping Centre.  Thanks to everyone that came and supported the Rotary in their fundraising and also supported all the artists displaying their work.  Thank you, all!  It was … Continue reading

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Hyde Park Exhibition : The Collection : Spring Blossoms


  Series : Spring Blossoms :  Collection for the Rotary Hyde Park Exhibition.  Yes, I couldn’t resist the beauty of these little gems!  Quite a challenge, but I enjoyed every minute! Hope you do too!

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