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Friday, October 30, 2009

Abdul-Satar A. Jawad



http://www.abdulsatarart.com/

I was the the Parnell Festival of Roses today admiring the works of the artists. I was interested in the Rangitoto painting.

Rangitoto, Auckland's youngest volcano and it is a beautiful island.

http://annkschin.blogspot.com/2009/05/scenic-sunday-rangitoto-aucklands.html

I spoke to the artist and we had a good chat. I told him I wanted to do a post on him and he kindly obliged.

If you are in Auckland, the festival is still on tomorrow.

Here's Abdul's website:http:www.abdulsatarart.com/
His email: satar@slingshot.co.nz
you are interested in a piece of New Zealand art.

2 comments:

Dina said...

Shalom Ann. I'm enjoying going back through your posts. Such interesting things.

Hope you too get to visit my country someday. Yes, fishermen in boats still cast nets into the Sea of Galilee much like in the time of Jesus. The best-tasting catch is St. Peter's fish (tilapia).

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