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The LAST WALTZ
A reminder just because its always done this way, doesn't mean it has to always be. If you don`t like the outcome, rewrite the strategy plan song policy script recipe custom tradition protocol laws rules practices
and make it big. You maybe vilified, sued, mocked, ridiculed but also maybe praised, admired and inspire
then you will be able to say
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I did it my way
Part 12 in Engelbert`s survival strategies for the Entrepreneur.
A series of ideas, tactics, hope and song from the smoothest of them all. Buy the CD and play it loud when you need inspiration the most.
Finally finished and delivered around 20 pieces including ceramic lights, resin icons, waltz & tool sculptures. www.kohiaart.co.nz
8-10 June Gala opening on Friday $40 entry
Kohia is a small Epsom school
which has exhibited some prominent names in the art world including, Billy Apple, Karl Maughan, Richard Killeen, Sheyne Tuffery, Jeff Thomson, Paul Hartigan and Russell Jackson. Making for a compelling show both for the art and the high level of sales. This year Chan Andreassend will be exhibiting all new work including sphere lights, resin icon paintings, Work Tools & The Last Waltz sculptures including two of the 700mm versions.
All still in production.
Which is why The 4th in the Engelbert Strategy Series is still a few days away. About Ten in total with a climatic three song finale.Photos below are sold works
Now in its 8th year The Kohia art show is the school's largest annual fundraiser and this year it will go towards additional teaching resources and a new classroom. 8-10 June Gala opening on Friday $40/ticket www.kohiaart.co.nz
Playing mix & match with ceramic lamps and components from the resin Waltz sculptures, its an easy way to create something new. 700mm high.
The next stage in the Waltz series
, doubling in size to 700mm. Its a good size to have fun with detailing and ideas.
Still finishing 3 ceramic lights but 22 resin sculptures, paintings and lights are ready to go! All for the Baradene Art Show
. Now in its 23rd year, this event showcases over 600 pieces of work from over 100 contemporary NZ artists
including emerging and established artists. Gala opening 18 May in Remuera, Auckland 6.30-9pm. tickets online.
This is where Art means Business.