Monday, 13 August 2012

KHE Supporting The Beehive Foundation

 
 
Karaoke Home Entertainment is proud to be supporting the up coming Beehive Foundation Art Exhibition in Narre Warren.

We will be providing a prize of Karaoke Machine and Microphones and discs valued at $129.99.
 

If you can't get along for this event check out there facebook page and add your support to this great cause for community awareness about key youth issues such as suicide, depression, self-harm, and bullying.

Check out the Event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/209575149171914/
 
 
 
The esteemed local artist Ern Trembath will appear at our Art Expo next month, and has kindly donated an oil painting, Back Paddock Yea valued at $1,985 for our raffle.

Ern Trembath won his first art award at the age of 12 in a competition for all schools in Gippsland and has now been painting for over 50 years. He is a self-taught artist who says he never stops learning about art.

Over many years entering art shows, Ern has won more than 70 awards and scores of commendations including a prized one from the late Sir William Dargie. Since returning to competition art after a long spell he is now winning awards in the majority of shows he enters. He has paintings in galleries and private collections in every major country throughout the world, and represented in Rotary House Chicago, the Nissan Datsun Headquarters Osaka Japan and the Exclusive World Art Gallery in Germany. Paintings appeared on ‘Sale of the Century’ for many years. He has had paintings reproduced in various books and publications and in several calendars .

His last one man show was held at his gallery in Cranbourne, which was opened by former radio and TV personality Ernie Sigley. This show raised over $30,000 for the Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute. After the Black Saturday Bush fires, he donated works of art that were painted in the areas before they were devastated by the fire. These works raised over $15,000 either by raffles or auctions at three different Rotary Clubs. The proceeds were distributed by Rotary for fire relief and to the CFA units in the affected areas.