About

art work

Art Lovers Movement was formed in 1997 by Daisy Sharps and Harry Goyens for like minded people who love to share their passion for art.

The members meet on the first Thursday of every month, In the:

Cooranbong Community Services Centre.
614 Freemans Drive
Cooranbong

At the monthly meetings members gather to view a professional demonstration from a well known artist and are encouraged to bring along an example of their work to have it critiqued by the guest artist. In the afternoon there is a work shop based on the mornings demonstration.  Use the following link if you have any questions:   Contact Us

Or ring one of the committee on the following numbers:  ALM Committee

Website Disclaimer:

The Art Lovers Movement, Cooranbong welcomes you to this website. By viewing the pages of this website, you acknowledge that you have read and accepted the terms of its use and

the disclaimer set out below.

This website is for information purposes only. The Art Lovers Movement, Cooranbong makes no guarantee as to the value, accuracy, authenticity or quality of works of art presented on this web site or sold by individual members.

All purchases are between the purchaser and the artist and not the Art Lovers Movement, Cooranbong.

Although Art Lovers Movement, Cooranbong has made reasonable efforts to ensure that the

information contained on this website was current and accurate at the time the page was

created and last modified, no guarantee will be made as to the accuracy of availability of works of art displayed on this website.

Art Lovers Movement, Cooranbong accepts no liability for claims for loss or damages that may arise from the sale of art works by an artist to a purchaser.

 

 

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