ARTbop contributor, Katikati artist, Birgitt Shannon talks with the multi-talented Julia Faulkner. Julia is also a Katikati creative. Known for her stitchcraft and costume creation Julia found a fabulous way to share directions and information with travellers through the township. Check out Ozone on the Auckland (north-western) side of Katikati on SH2.
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BIRGITT SHANNON Artist, Katikati An accomplished artist of Australian descent Birgitt has participated in solo and group exhibitions. She is part of the group of artists chosen the now famous Morrinsville Cows – a street art project. Her street art work can also been seen on the large planters outside the Katikati BNZ, part of the 2015 NZ Mural Competition and Arts Festival. Birgitt has sold dozens of paintings in Australia and New Zealand and has recently sold a painting now hanging in a Research Centre at The Museum of Natural History in Los Angeles. Birgitt’s work can be found on her website www.artbybirgitt.com and you can follow her facebook page at www.facebook.com/artbybirgittnz
AND TAKE A LOOK AT THIS:
SPOKEN WORD POETRY
Join us every second Wednesday of the month,
6.00pm to 8.30pm
Black Sheep Bar & Grill
Cnr SH2 and Plummers Point Road, Whakamarama
Read your own poems or poems by your favourite poet. Enjoy the power of the spoken word!
Phone: 07 571 8722 021 145 5810
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And don’t forget the next Affordable Art & Artisan Fair will be on the last Sunday of The Fairs are held within the Black Sheep Bar & Grill complex. There is heaps of parking, clean toilets and wonderful food and coffee. There’s live music. And we’ll have a Harvest Hamper you can win and of course “guess the number in the jar”! If you would like to join us as an exhibitor/retailer of your original creativity you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are sign posted along SH2 with signage to the turnoff of SH2 and Plummer’s Point Road.