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Artist to the Stars would like to invite you to Oscars 2020 black tie event



WRITTEN BY Melissa Coleman

The must-view Oscars Collection hosted by Gold Coast ‘Artist to the Stars’ Tracie Eaton is not an event to be missed, and you are invited.

Ms Eaton is thrilled to have twenty unique artworks gifted and personally delivered to selected 2020 Oscar nominees, and now your opportunity to purchase the original artworks used to create the hand-accented and signed Fine Art Reproductions gifted to the nominees is here. 

The majority of the artwork will be starting with a reserve, however the exclusive wearable art piece and commissioned artwork, inspired by the devastating Australian bushfires, will be sold without a reserve for maximum fundraising.

All money raised by the wearable art and commission piece will go to the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation located on Queensland’s Gold Coast.

Ms Eaton said she is amazed how many people have been raising money for fire relief. 
“It is so great to see,” Ms Eaton said.

“Knowing my upcoming Oscars Collection event is a black-tie event, I thought why not create a wearable artwork that fuses art, fashion and elegance, while raising awareness of the challenges many in our country have recently faced,” she said.

“I wanted to continue to remind people of the need for us all to work together as a community to create change and help support the rejuvenation of what has been destroyed,” she said.

“We are blessed to have a truly amazing bunch of vets, nurses and volunteers who help treat, rehabilitate and release these animals back into the wild.”

 Ms Eaton said she chose the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation because nature is where she gained the majority of my inspiration as an artist.  

“I am an animal lover and animals are integral to our environment. As much as they need the land to survive, so it is in reverse,” Ms Eaton said.

“Animals need our help now to not only survive, but to not become further at risk. I wanted to support a local business who are directly involved in rebuilding after the fires. The Currumbin Wildlife Hospital is one of the busiest animal hospitals in Australia and they rely on community support to continue the work they do.”

Nominees and potential artwork recipients include: Leonardo DiCaprio, Chalize Theron, Margot Robbie, Al Pacino, Brad Pitt, Tom Hanks, Anthony Hopkins, Scarlett Johansson, Joaquin Phoenix, Adam Driver and Quentin Tarantino.

EVENT DETAILS
Date: Saturday 15th February
Venue: Grand Ballroom Westin Hotel and Resort, 111 Mary Street, Brisbane
Time: 3.30pm - 6pm
RSVP Tracie at tracie@tracieeaton.com


If you would like more information, please contact Melissa Coleman - 0409 002 088 or Cindy Rochstein – 0437 094 049. For more on Cindication, email: cindy@cindication.com / www.cindication.com
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