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MOXIE .:':. JAPAN
"Moena Moxham is selling some seriously cool ART for ADVENTURE!
& you might just want to join the ride..."
At the end of 2014, Moxham ran an online crowd-funding project/ exhibition/ sale of art called MOXIE .:’:. JAPAN through indiegogo.com.
Promoting an entrepreneurial approach to pursuing travel and adventure dreams, she sold her work and gained exposure for her creative endeavours, while raising funds to travel. Japan had inspired her since being "knee high to a grasshopper" and it was the leap of faith she required to explode into her creative conscious and leave her fears behind her.
The Academy of Fine Arts & Life Education Trust exhibition is the biennial fundraiser for Life Ed (Harold the giraffe to all the Kiwi kids out there) who visits New Zealand schools and teaches children about the body, our brains and how what we put into ourselves effects our well being.
Moxham was thrilled to be invited to exhibit alongside the following artists:
Jordan Barnes, Jane Blackmore, Melbourn, Michele Bryant , Di Conway, Leanne Culy, Sean Crawford, Alex DiMercurio, Sam Duckor-Jones, Adele Eagleson, Gitte Eklund-Short, Hope Gibbons, Jane Gray, Belinda Griffiths, Keith Grinter, Matt Guild, Mia Hamilton, Ian Hamlin, Annie Hayward, Julie Heffernan, Jason Hicks, Jonathan Brough, Clare Kim, Simon Lardelli, Sue Lund, Sue Malthus, Jenny Mehrtens, Lucy Jerram Moore, Harry Moores, Neil Pardington, Dean Proudfoot, Beverly Rhodes, Catherine Roberts, Rebecca Rose, Karina Rossiter, Lynne Sandri, Anna Stichbury, Steve Thomson, Ben Timmins, Sian Torrington, Sheyne Tuffery, Mark Ussher, Paul Vincent, Melissa Young.
Moena Moxham | Alexandra Murcott & James Paratii Lainchbury - 'THE DISAPPEARING LINE' 19th- 23rd Sept, 2013
Working with similar linear aesthetics and themes- Lainchbury and Moxham showcased a selection of their artworks. Moxham's techniques spanned ink drawings, gauche and watercolour painting, bronze sculptures and etched glass works.