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One way to get your feet wet
Fun Things to Do: Suits in the Sea at Henley Beach South (Image: Andrew Baines)
Adelaide artist Andrew Baines is renown world wide for his surreal imagery. Often incorporating cows or people in suits in his works, Andrew has held several successful public photo shoots on the sea front at Henley Beach.
The most recent Andrew Baines event We're Thinking of You, Paris expressed solidarity with the people of Paris after the terrorist attacks. His very successful Dunny Day at Henley Beach was the culmination of a campaign for a crapper for coffee consumers at the kiosk nearby.
Dunny Day - Image by Adelaide Artist Andrew Baines
Suits in the Sea has an altogether more serious purpose. On Sunday January 31 at 7am, Andrew is inviting everyone - families, friends and even pets into the sea at Henley Beach South for his new magnus opus, his greatest work yet to help others going through a difficult time. The event will support the Hospital Research Foundation's Under Our Roof project which provides homes for country patients and their families to stay while having cancer treatment.
To take part in the event, dress up in a black suit or clothes, bring a black umbrella, and a soft toy to symbolise our families – and a $10 donation which will go directly to the Hospital Research Foundation to support the building of more Under Our Roof homes.
This photo shoot by artist Andrew Baines promises to be great fun, as well as an opportunity to help country people while they are experiencing great hardship. Please spread the word and bring your friends along to help make this a really successful event.
Under Our Roof: helping Families of Cancer Patients (Image Supplied)
To find out more about the Suits in the Sea photo shoot at Henley Beach South to aid cancer patients, see the Hospital Research Foundation's website. Find more about the exotic and amazing world of artist Andrew Baines surreal imagery, see his website.