Recent paintings by Janice Hambly
Date: Sep 1 – Sep 30Space: Foyer
Janice Hambly has always enjoy painting birds, especially the magnificent albatrosses. These acrylic paintings include common NZ and Australian birds, several seabirds, and some colourful birds from the African continent. All, but one, are painted from photos taken by Janice or her husband, Ray. She has previously painted eighteen seabirds on a “Chorus” cabinet, in Tamatea.
This will be Janice’s second exhibition at CAN. She averages about one painting a month, between gardening, reading, piano, puzzles, family, travel, crafts, and U3A and Salvation Army commitments.