Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council

The students at RDHS wish to thanks the Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council and the Ravensthorpe IGA for supporting this project.

Monday, 25 March 2013

Number 55


Hi

Have just been handed this over front desk at the library. I will pass it on to a customer.

 

Lee

 

Lee

Library Technician (Children & Youth Services)

Singleton Public Library


Sunday, 17 March 2013

Artwork Number 22


Hi!
I found this artwork hanging in a tree in a park in McCrae when I was walking my dog. McCrae is on the Mornington Peninsula about an hour's drive from Melbourne.
Tonight I'm flying to NZ so I'm going to take the art with me and leave it somewhere in the South Island. I hope it will be found by someone who appreciates your project as much as I do.
Sincerely,
Melinda

Tuesday, 12 March 2013

Number 36 Again...that was quick!




My Name is Roland Chowdhury.  I am In Coffs Harbour Mid North Coast NSW (Big Banana) population 90,000

I came across this piece of artwork when calling on a client at a small supermarket about 30klm south of here in a beautiful little coastal town called Urunga. population 1,919

Conveniently my office building is next door to a business called................ wait for it...................

The Art Factory Coffs Harbour

I will be passing this piece onto them as I know it will be very well received and looked after.

Please drop me a line as I am very interested in this concept and the journey of this creation.

Regards,

 

Roland Chowdhury

Coffs Harbour Sales Representative

The Cetnaj Group of Companies


 Mobile: 0413 201 195
Phone: (02) 6652-7400

Fax:    (02) 6651-5609

Monday, 11 March 2013

Number 36




Greetings for the Mid North Coast of wet and humid NSW.

Your unusual piece of artwork was discovered in my small supermarket, Urunga Foodworks.

Urunga is a small seaside village approximately 30kms from Coffs Harbour.

Approximately 2000 people (mainly retirees) live in Urunga.

Urunga's caravan and camping ground on the Bellinger/Kalang rivers is a popular destination for tourist, and I presume your artwork was placed in the shop by someone travelling through.

It will be interesting to see where it ends up next.

 

Sincerely yours,

Jeanene.