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You’re invited to “Flavours of Bali” A 10 Stage Long Lunch with Artist Helen Dubrovich

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Flours of Bali Long Lunch Event to be held at the following time,          date and location:

Sunday, 6 March 2016 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (AEDT)

CoSydney CoWorking + Enterprise Accelerator

3 Blackfriars Street

Chippendale, NSW 2008 
Australia

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“Flavours of Bali” 
a 10 Stage Long Lunch 
with artist Helen Dubrovich

Sunday 6 March 2016 
2 – 5pm

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:
$99 per person 
(limited to only 20 seats)

 “Flavours of Bali” 
10 Stage Long Lunch 
(with a complimentary drink) 
also B.Y.O

* Vegetarian options available

The first of many 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 Helen Dubrovich as we enjoy “The Flavours of Bali”, a 10 stage long lunch with the artist.

This Long Lunch is a supplimentary event to celebrate artist Helen Dubrovich’s fist solo exhibition “Memories of Bali” launching at the ArtSHINE Gallery housed at CoSydney CoWorking + Enterprise Accelerator in the City of Sydney’s Chippendale Creative Precinct on Thursday 3 March 2016. Helen’s first solo exhibition “Memories of Bali” will run from Monday 2 March till Monday 16 March 2016.

With an authentic 10 stage menu created especially for the event by restauranteurs and culianry artisans Barefoot & Hungry, Helen will share her recollections and inspirations with you as we relax, dine together, enjoyher works, and hear first hand about Helen’s art practice and her passion for water-colour.

Please RSVP Now! 
$99 per person 
(limited to only 20 seats)

About the artist – Helen Dubrovich

Helen Dubrovich, born in Germany of Russian parents, came to Australia when she was three. When quite young Helen started to travel overseas and this influenced her eclectic work. Helen has chosen to work in a variety of mediums with various subject matters rather than limiting herself to a single genre. As Helen says, “one type of subject, and one medium leads to boredom. Not just for me as an artist, but for you as my audience too.”

About the Show – “Memories of Bali”

Balinese Craftman by Helen Dubrovich

This is artist Helen Dubrovich’s fist solo exhibition – “Memories of Bali” launching at the ArtSHINE Gallery housed at CoSydney CoWorking + Enterprise Accelerator in the City of Sydney’s Chippendale Creative Precinct on Thursday 3 March 2016.

Helen’s first solo exhibition “Memories of Bali” will run from Monday 2 March till Monday 16 March 2016.

Helen recounts;

“The first time I visited Bali was nearly 25 years ago with a friend who had been there many times. I was told I would either hate it or love it. I loved it.

We stayed in Sanur, a relatively quiet area. I found it serene and enjoyed the beautiful gardens, the beaches and was very impressed with the Balinese concept of design.

After the second trip I fell in love with this island. Every time I went back and walked down a quiet street in the afternoon and heard Gamelan music playing, or walked past a restaurant with the heady aromas of Balinese cooking, I felt like I had returned to my second home.

On visiting Ubud in the mountains, and exploring museums, galleries and art shops I related more and more to the colours I found in the designs of children’s clothing, the colourful sarongs, and carved woodwork everywhere.

I went back with a friend to the west coast of Bali to her cousin’s wedding which was traditional. It lasted all day. It  gave me more insight to the traditions and colour of this island.

Every time I went back I saw something new. I visited temples, met so many people, and found my own work started to change when my paintings started becoming brighter with intense colour. I wasn’t looking for a style but it looks like it found me.

Being a traditionalist at heart because that was the way I was trained, I wanted to loosen up my style and to try different things. So when I decided on a theme for my solo exhibition, Bali immediately came to mind. I’ve always loved the exotic and colourful with a dash of mystery. Bali fitted the bill. I’ve always loved flowers, gardens and birds. Bali had plenty of both. The island also had a mystique about it. The more I read, the more intrigued I became. There are lovely little villages away from the crowds, temples, jungle and so much more to explore. That is what I tried to depict in my paintings. The colour, serenity, flowers, birds and a bit of the exotic.

Hopefully I’ve achieved this. Please enjoy my exhibition.”

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We hope you can make it! 

Cheers, 
ArtSHINE Gallery housed at CoSydney CoWorking + Enterprise Accelerator

For more details, contact:

Co Founder Vinh Van Lam

E: artgallery@artshine.com.au

P: +61 29698 9156

Address: 3 Blackfriars Street, Chippendale NSW 2008

ArtSHINE Gallery is housed at CoSydney Coworking + Project Space

web: www.artshinegallery.com.au

About The Author

I am a Business LifeStyle coach who specialises in working with artists, designers, crafters and all creative professionals. Myself and my partner Stuart Horrex are here to help you to achieve your Life & business goal and dreams. We have had over 20 years experience in finance, retail,furniture,food,wine fashion,crafts and hospitality.

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