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KangaFineArt - Xmas Newsletter

Updated: Dec 31, 2021

Greetings,


Christmas is just around the corner and I want to take this opportunity to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year in 2022.


Thank you to everyone for supporting me on my art journey throughout the year, I'm truly blessed with how well my artwork has been received, and it's a joy serving you all.


During this holiday season, it's also a time to reflect, be thankful, be kind to one another, share in the Christmas spirit by giving and most of all being grateful for what you have each day.



ART STUDIO NEWS


In my studio, I have been busy creating new products for my upcoming art market season which I'll share with you all here.


NEW ARTWORK: BLOSSOM


Title: Blossom

Medium: Mixed media, abstract expressionsim style

Dimensions: 44.5cm x 44.5cm

Materials: Golden high flow acrylic paint

Ready to hang

Varnish (2 coats), UV resistant (2 coats)

Direct message me if you are interested by email: koola.kangelaris@gmail.com







NEW ARTWORK: BLUE HAVEN


Title: Blue Haven

Medium: Alcohol inks

Dimensions: 21.5cm x 32cm

Materials: Alcohol inks (Pinata, Copic, Tim Holtz brands), yupo paper

Unframed

Varnish (2 coats), UV resistant (2 coats)

Direct message me if you are interested by email: koola.kangelaris@gmail.com






NEW ARTWORK: FAIRY GARDEN


Title: Fairy Garden

Medium: Alcohol inks

Dimensions: 21.5cm x 32cm

Materials: Alcohol inks (Pinata, Copic, Tim Holtz brands), yupo paper

Unframed

Varnish (2 coats), UV resistant (2 coats)

Direct message me if you are interested by email: koola.kangelaris@gmail.com






ART STUDIO VIBES


Alcohol inks with top coat of resin workshop


I had the pleasure to host an alcohol inks resin coaster set workshop last week.


Julia and her daughter Irene, a dynamic creative duo, wanted to share in a fun activity that they could do together to create a new memory.


It was an opportunity to make a coster set as a keepsake to proudly display in their own home.


Julia's theme colours were strongly influenced by her Croatian heritage. She used the tricolours of red, white and blue (which appear on the national flag).


Irene went for coastal colours reflecting her love of the sea and nature.


Archibald Prize - regional tour


I had the opportunity to attend the 'Archibald Prize - regional tour' at the Gippsland Art Gallery and it sure was a treat for art enthusiasts.


My top three picks from the exhibition were as follows:


. The portrait of Rachel Giffiths (Artist: Natasha Bieniek) is only 13.5cm x 18.5cm using oils, the amount of detail in the artwork is extraordinary.


. The portrait of Firass (Artist: Jeremy Eden) using oils had so much realism, the eyes were mesmerising, a focal point for the viewer.


. The portrait of Fozzy (Artist: Julian Meagher) really got my attention due to the expressive brush strokes and the warm colour palette.


The Art of Annemieke Mein


I also had the chance to see 'The Art of Annemeike Mein' showing at the Gippsland Art Gallery.


My faviourite textiles were the dragonfly series and 'Splash'.



WARRAGUL ARTS MARKET


Date: Saturday, 18th December 2021


Time: 8:30 am - 1:00 pm


Location: Civic Park, Warragul


Site: #24


Bring your Christmas cheer as it will be the final Warragul Arts Market for the year.


This will be an ideal opportunity to shop for some last minute gifts for family and friends.


New affordable products available at the Christmas market including: smaller original alcohol inks artworks and coaster set (summer inspiration) as shown below.




Once again, wishing you all a festive season filled with lots of merriment.


May the New Year bring you health, happiness and the chance to create new memories with family and friends.


Be safe, see you all in 2022.



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Enjoy the festive season.


Cheers Koola.






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