Seven Boonah artists exhibiting at Kings School Art Show this month

September 11, 2018

We are very excited to advise that seven Boonah artists will be represented at the prestigious annual Kings School Art Show in Parramatta for the 3rd year running. What great recognition and inclusivity in a community event! Catalogue here.

The art exhibition will be held in Horrocks Hall and is open from:
Saturday 22 September: 10.00am – 4.00pm
Sunday 23 September: 10.00am – 4.00pm

The art show also includes Kings Fest – a children’s funfair, food stalls, flea market, music, live performances and much, much more.

Our featured artists are:

  • Michael Buzinskas – “Jackpot Central”
  • Ann Giddings – “Dawning of Colour”
  • Angi Bulkin – “Angi’s Funky Farmyard”
  • Suzi Dobel – “The Girl in the Red Necklace”
  • Stephanie Brown – “Tuscan Hillside”
  • Bandy Bandulovich – “African Aerial Rooftops”
  • Rachel Frewin – “Lion and Tree”Kings is located at 87/129 Pennant Hills Road, North Parramatta.

 

MORE ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

The reputation of the Horrocks Hall Art Exhibition and Sales is such that The King’s Annual Art Show now rivals many larger shows and discerning collectors of Art and Sculpture no longer have to leave Sydney to augment their collections.

The King’s Annual Art Show welcomes novice collectors and first time buyers and encourages them to experience a wide range of works with advice and encouragement available from experienced hands and experts.

In 2018, 1,000 works will be displayed and are available for sale in Horrocks Hall. It is the largest collection in the Show’s history, covering works by emerging artists as well as established professionals and the best works from the Sydney region’s major Art Societies. Paintings and prints from such noted artists as David Bromley, Tim Storrier, Charles Blackman and John Olsen will be among the works available for sale from over 100 local and regional artists.

The King’s Annual Art Show has been curated to cater for those searching for works to adorn corporate foyers and boardrooms, to those seeking to put the finishing touches to the interior décor of their home; all the way through to those needing a unique gift for a special occasion.

Featured image by Ann Giddings – “Dawning of Colour” 

by Romny Vandoros, Activity Support Partner, Boonah Creative Arts Centre

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