HBA & Arts Law Fundraising Raffle, May 2019
Leading insurance law specialists HBA Legal, in collaboration with Arts Law Centre of Australia, is holding a fundraising raffle to support the continued work of Arts Law.
HBA Legal has donated this stunning ethically-sourced Indigenous artwork and you have the opportunity to be in the running to take it home by purchasing tickets below.
Valued at approximately $4000*
Only 200 tickets available
$100 (one ticket) $220 (three tickets)
Kungkarrangkalpa, Kuru Ala
Acrylic on canvas.
1016mm x 1016mm.
About the work
This is the story of a section of the seven sisters story which intersects with Kuru Ala.
About the Artist
A Ngaanyatjarra artist, Elizabeth Holland was born at Pukultji in Western Australia, and brought up at the Warburton Mission.
Elizabeth is a well recognised and respected Indigenous artist, with her work exhibited internationally in recent years. A piece of her work is also featured in the Luciano Benetton Collection: the collection known as ‘Imago Mundi’ is a group of works commissioned and collected by Luciano Benetton (founder of global fashion brand United Colors of Benetton), on his travels around the world, involving established and emerging artists from many different countries.
About this raffle
The raffle will be drawn on 30 May 2019 during a special event to celebrate the opening of HBA Legal’s new Sydney office. Any winner not at this event will be notified by email. Results will be published on Arts Law’s website. Winners must arrange collection from HBA Legal’s Sydney office at their own expense.
*The value stated is to the best of our knowledge based on works of similar size, by artists of similar note, sold on the open market. This piece has not been professionally valued.