The Offering – A fundraising project to support the Salvation Army – 12 musicians 12 artists

 

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To go with the CD there will also be an art auction. My partner Michael Hight contributed a painting. Fingers crossed lots of money is raised to help the homeless.

 

THE OFFERING ART COLLECTION
30 April – 9 May

With original works and limited edition prints by Dick Frizzell, Lisa Reihana, Karl Maughan, Reuben Paterson, Séraphine Pick, Max Gimblett, Lonnie Hutchinson, Darryn George, Michael Hight, John Walsh, Justin Boroughs and Ray Ching.

Amano Loft
Level 1, 106 108 Quay St
(across the road from Auckland Art Fair)
Auckland

N.B. No entry through restaurant, please enter via Quay St
Murray Thom and Tim Harper are thrilled to present The Offering Collection with all proceeds to support The Salvation Army. Twelve of New Zealand’s finest visual artists have created original works of art inspired by twelve gospel hymns.

The works can now be viewed

The original works are scheduled to be auctioned on site at Amano Loft on Thursday 9 May at 6:30pm. Auction details to come.

The limited edition prints can be reserved from Tuesday 30 April at the official launch, or through the gallery from Wednesday 1 May. Email info@offering.org for more information. Orders will be confirmed on Friday 10 May.

Official Launch:
Tuesday 30 April, 5pm-9pm (by invitation only)

Public Viewing:
Wednesday 1 May, 10am-5pm
Thursday 2 May, 10am-5pm
Friday 3 May, 10am-5pm
Saturday 4 May, 10am-5pm
Sunday 5 May CLOSED
Monday 6 May CLOSED
Tuesday 7 May, 10am-5pm
Wednesday 8 May, 10am-5pm
Thursday 9 May, 10am-5pm

For further information, please email info@offering.org

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