A three course Long Lunch with the artist John Klein.
Sunday 23 April 2017
1 – 3pm
Hosted by Vinh Van Lam and Stuart Horrex, and the ArtSHINE Gallery
housed at CoSydney CoWorking + Enterprise Accelerator
Chippendale Creative Precinct, City of Sydney.
Please RSVP now:
$69 per person
(limited to only 20 seats)
A three course Long Lunch
(with a complimentary drink)
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL
$65 per person
Use code “ArtSHINE” for a $5 discount
* Vegetarian options available
The Artist Long Lunch events hosted by Vinh Van Lam and Stuart Horrex, and the ArtSHINE Gallery housed at CoSydney CoWorking + Enterprise Accelerator in the City of Sydney’s Chippendale Creative Precinct.
Members and friends of the ArtSHINE Gallery are invited to join artist John Klein as we enjoy ‘Big Country‘ a three course long lunch with the artist.
This Long Lunch is a supplementary event to celebrate John’s solo exhibition ‘Big Country’ launching at the ArtSHINE Gallery housed at CoSydney CoWorking + Enterprise Accelerator in the City of Sydney’s Chippendale Creative Precinct on Saturday 8 April 2017.
John’s solo exhibition “Big Country” will run from Wednesday 5 April till Wednesday 26 April 2017.
With an inspired of ‘Big Country’ a three course lunch created especially for the event by restauranteurs and culinary artisans Barefoot & Hungry, John will share his recollections and inspirations with you as we relax, dine together, enjoy his works, and hear first hand about John’s art practice and passion for painting.
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
This exhibition explores the relationship between man, animals and the land. A tribute to the beautiful Australian countryside and the animals who inhabit it.
With a background in film and television, arts management and marketing, John has been engaged in creative pursuits for his entire career. Although he didn’t start to exhibit his work until 2012, he has always been passionate about painting. John loves strong colour and texture and his work has been described as expressionistic and painterly.
He stages at least one solo exhibition each year and his subject matter changes regularly. John finds himself drawn to diverse themes and areas of interest however flowers and animals are reoccurring themes. His work often has dramatic lighting and can be quite theatrical at times.
Based in Sydney, Australia, John works from a home studio that he built in his attic. It is a quirky, light-filled space with lovely tree-top views – a great place to spend time creating art. He favours painting in acrylic, because of the quick drying time, vibrant colours as well as the textural quality.
John has been selected as a finalist in the Mosman, Hornsby, Lane Cove and Northbridge Art prizes to name a few. His paintings are held in private collections in Italy, France, Germany, USA and throughout Australia.
We hope you can make it!
ArtSHINE Gallery housed at CoSydney CoWorking + Enterprise Accelerator