THE 2022 HOSPICE HOLLY TRAIL
10th - 12th NOVEMBER 2022
AT MUSE ART GALLERY
Muse is pleased to be supporting The 2022 Hospice Holly Trail by hosting the silent auction, where all the money raised goes directly to The 2022 Hospice Holly Trail for Cranford Hospice.
John Lancashire (aka Monday Painter) has generously donated one of his sought-after paintings for this year's Silent Auction, alongside the enchanting work of floral artist Kerin Greville.VIEWING HOURS
10th Thursday 10 am - 4:30 pm
11th Friday 10 am - 4:30 pm
12th Saturday 10 am - 4:30 pm
Initial bids must be made in person at Muse Art Gallery with re-bids able to be placed by phone. Bidding (which starts at $4,000) can be made from Thursday the 10th and closes at 4.30 pm on Saturday the 12th of November.
The painting has a retail value of between $8,000 - $9,000.
Last updated: 12th November, 4:36pm
Please note: We monitor the bidding regularly but to ensure you don't miss out, please call the gallery to make a rebid on:
06 877 8970
027 2899 103
Muse Art Gallery
5D Havelock Road
ABOUT JOHN LANCASHIRE
Local artist, John Lancashire emigrated to Australia with his family from England as a young boy. He briefly attended art school in Sydney but is largely self-taught, developing his own very distinctive impressionist style of painting. John, also known as The Monday Painter, moved to New Zealand over 15 years ago and is the owner-operator of Pearl, a popular Napier hair salon. John currently divides his time between the salon and the studio.
"I primarily make paintings using oil on canvas. The imagery in my paintings stems from my response to things; ideas that I become slightly obsessed with, it could be a particular colour, a shape, a phrase. I store them somewhere. The mechanical act of painting, or making a mark, brings them out. At the time I believe I know what I'm painting, but I don’t think I ever do."