This is page 1 where we inform you of our news and upcoming events.
On page 2 we have for you the Artist Statement for Sue’s brush- and digital created Art and on page 3 the one for the photography.
We heard that Sue got another international award for her Wildlife photography of a crocodile. We will keep you informed as soon as we have it official which should be around the 10th of this May 2019.
Art for Epilepsy Auction ?
Sue is supporter of the youth and the ones with a disability, this time she donated one of her works for auction which started 1st May and ends 12 noon on the 15th May.
Please support in bidding on Sue’s work and/or the works of the other generous artists, thank you.
Link to the auction: https://www.artforepilepsy.com.au/artwork/sue-smith-hexenhaeuschen-gingerbread-house/#add_to_watchlist
Follow the YouTube link to the live recording where Art-Teacher Anastasha shows us how to do a Dirty Cup Pour Painting :
Demonstration & video recording was an unplanned action born by a chat at the monthly Arts-Fun at the Port Adelaide Arts Centre/Black Diamond Gallery.
Here a glimpse to the venue we hired:
Black Diamond Gallery aka Port Community Arts Center
66 Commercial Rd Port Adelaide SA 5015
(next to the Visitor Information Centre)
It will be two exciting pre-SALA exhibition weeks with activities and surprises for visitors from young to old.
If you like our new page please
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and our Social Media links, thank you!
Adelaides Sue Smith Photography (ASSP)R [short: ASSP-Photo]
PO Box 3270 Port Adelaide SA 5015 Australia
M: +61 (0) 412 924 696 11am-21pm AEST
We acknowledge the Kaurna people as the traditional custodians of the Adelaide region and that their cultural and heritages beliefs are still as important to the living Kaurna people today. Sue also uses the opportunity to thank all Aboriginal people in the country for their welcome during her travels, bringing her to places a white person never or rarely got to see before, for the education, help & support, the sharing of the traditional stories, the knowledge of the land and the world around us. She does also express her gratitude for the permission to share a few selected photographs with the public.