MudFaery’s First Non-Muddy Exhibition
September 22nd, 2009
Amira MudFaery presents her first non-muddy exhibition, “Enchanted Art”. This exhibition is filled with Amira’s unique creations which are inspired by nature, the faery realm, and other magical places in the imagination. Her first series of paintings, and Felt sculptures will be on display in this exhibition, which will run all through October.
The opening of “Enchanted Art”, is on Wednesday, 7th of October in Takaka, Golden Bay, New Zealand at the Dangerous cafe’. This opening is also the re-opening of Dangerous Kitchen, after the winter hiatus. Aside from unique creations, live music will be starting at 5pm. Fraser Ross will open with guitar and vocals. Following Fraser will be MudFaery Soup, which features Amira Mudfaery on vocals, percussion, and harp; David Dwyer on percussion, beatbox, and general fun-ness; Levity Beet on strings, and whatever else his heart desires, and surprise guest musicians. Sure to be an enchanted and fun evening for all!!
Wednesday, 7th October, Dangerous Kitchen, Commercial Street, Takaka, Golden Bay….5 pm. Food all day.
Amira Mudfaery Porporina has been around the globe with a live sculpture exhibition called the MudFaery Sculptosium. This environmental creation installation involves mud, Amira in her MudFaery best, and an interactive audience. Amira has brought this installation around the globe for over 10 years. These days, the Mudfaery, is focusing on bringing her creations closer to home through paintings, sculpture from felt and clay, wearable art, writing, and gardens. Working on her first children’s book, and her first creation exhibition, along with facilitating felting workshops, art for kids, music and fire performance, and other bits and bobs is keeping her very busy in Golden Bay. Check out what Amira Mudfaery is up to at : www.mudfaerywood.com. In Golden Bay, you can see her creations in the month of October at Dangerous Kitchen on the main street of Takaka. Also, listen for MudFaery Soup, as they can be found diddling around here and there. Dates will be on the website.