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The Big Egg Hunt 2013 - Covent Garden, London

The Big Egg Hunt 2013 - Covent Garden, London

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Image by Karen Roe 89. Lyra May by Yuki Aruga Yuki Aruga studied Fine Art Painting at Camberwell College of Arts, and lives and works in London. Yuki’s work is concerned with our perceptions of time, mortality and legacy; the notion that the inexplicable severance of life from our physical selves at the point of death renders the body a discarded husk. Her recent floral paintings and prints attempt to immortalize and honour the transience of nature. Yuki has been selected and shortlisted for a number of exhibitions and awards, including Salon Contemporary’s Best of the UK and Wildlife Artist of the Year. Yuki’s egg springs naturally from her body of work, decorated with the roses that have formed the subject of many of her paintings. Here Yuki talks about her time working on the egg, and how it has evolved from her creations last year: “When I'm working in my studio I tend to have films I know well and love playing in the background. Last year the two eggs that I painted were named after the lead characters in Bedknobs and Broomsticks, Eglantine and Emelius; needless to say, I had that film on a lot when I was working on those two. Eglantine came first and is actually the name of a species of rose. When I was approached to do a second, it only seemed right to name him Emelius. This year I wanted to keep the title of the egg as a name, but make it a bit more personal...so I named her after my little niece, Lyra May West, who'll be turning two just as the egg hunt finishes in April.” Gold-leaf has featured prominently in Yuki’s work, particularly in her lino print works, and here takes pride of place, as a resplendent crown atop an exquisitely refined and delicate piece. Lindt is proud to join THE BIG EGG HUNT 2013 in support for Action For Children Our fun family event starts in London, Covent Garden on Shrove Tuesday and promises to delight all; from the exciting egg-hunts and giant chocolate bunnies to the uniquely designed eggs by leading artists and celebrities, for all to awe at â€" and hopefully buy! Most importantly it is a unique opportunity for us all to raise significant money to support vulnerable and neglected children in the UK. Established in 1869, Action for Children is committed to helping the most vulnerable and neglected children in the UK. Working directly with more than 250,000 children, young people and their carers each year, we run over 600 services which tackle abuse, neglect, help young carers and provide fostering and adoption services. Lindt believes in the magic of families, which is why the Lindt Gold Bunny is proud to join Action for Children in The Big Egg Hunt and support the great work they do to improve the lives of children & families in the UK.

The Big Egg Hunt 2013 - Covent Garden, London recent celebrity deaths
Image by Karen Roe 89. Lyra May by Yuki Aruga Yuki Aruga studied Fine Art Painting at Camberwell College of Arts, and lives and works in London. Yuki’s work is concerned with our perceptions of time, mortality and legacy; the notion that the inexplicable severance of life from our physical selves at the point of death renders the body a discarded husk. Her recent floral paintings and prints attempt to immortalize and honour the transience of nature. Yuki has been selected and shortlisted for a number of exhibitions and awards, including Salon Contemporary’s Best of the UK and Wildlife Artist of the Year. Yuki’s egg springs naturally from her body of work, decorated with the roses that have formed the subject of many of her paintings. Here Yuki talks about her time working on the egg, and how it has evolved from her creations last year: “When I'm working in my studio I tend to have films I know well and love playing in the background. Last year the two eggs that I painted were named after the lead characters in Bedknobs and Broomsticks, Eglantine and Emelius; needless to say, I had that film on a lot when I was working on those two. Eglantine came first and is actually the name of a species of rose. When I was approached to do a second, it only seemed right to name him Emelius. This year I wanted to keep the title of the egg as a name, but make it a bit more personal...so I named her after my little niece, Lyra May West, who'll be turning two just as the egg hunt finishes in April.” Gold-leaf has featured prominently in Yuki’s work, particularly in her lino print works, and here takes pride of place, as a resplendent crown atop an exquisitely refined and delicate piece. Lindt is proud to join THE BIG EGG HUNT 2013 in support for Action For Children Our fun family event starts in London, Covent Garden on Shrove Tuesday and promises to delight all; from the exciting egg-hunts and giant chocolate bunnies to the uniquely designed eggs by leading artists and celebrities, for all to awe at â€" and hopefully buy! Most importantly it is a unique opportunity for us all to raise significant money to support vulnerable and neglected children in the UK. Established in 1869, Action for Children is committed to helping the most vulnerable and neglected children in the UK. Working directly with more than 250,000 children, young people and their carers each year, we run over 600 services which tackle abuse, neglect, help young carers and provide fostering and adoption services. Lindt believes in the magic of families, which is why the Lindt Gold Bunny is proud to join Action for Children in The Big Egg Hunt and support the great work they do to improve the lives of children & families in the UK.

The Big Egg Hunt 2013 - Covent Garden, London recent celebrity deaths
Image by Karen Roe 89. Lyra May by Yuki Aruga Yuki Aruga studied Fine Art Painting at Camberwell College of Arts, and lives and works in London. Yuki’s work is concerned with our perceptions of time, mortality and legacy; the notion that the inexplicable severance of life from our physical selves at the point of death renders the body a discarded husk. Her recent floral paintings and prints attempt to immortalize and honour the transience of nature. Yuki has been selected and shortlisted for a number of exhibitions and awards, including Salon Contemporary’s Best of the UK and Wildlife Artist of the Year. Yuki’s egg springs naturally from her body of work, decorated with the roses that have formed the subject of many of her paintings. Here Yuki talks about her time working on the egg, and how it has evolved from her creations last year: “When I'm working in my studio I tend to have films I know well and love playing in the background. Last year the two eggs that I painted were named after the lead characters in Bedknobs and Broomsticks, Eglantine and Emelius; needless to say, I had that film on a lot when I was working on those two. Eglantine came first and is actually the name of a species of rose. When I was approached to do a second, it only seemed right to name him Emelius. This year I wanted to keep the title of the egg as a name, but make it a bit more personal...so I named her after my little niece, Lyra May West, who'll be turning two just as the egg hunt finishes in April.” Gold-leaf has featured prominently in Yuki’s work, particularly in her lino print works, and here takes pride of place, as a resplendent crown atop an exquisitely refined and delicate piece. Lindt is proud to join THE BIG EGG HUNT 2013 in support for Action For Children Our fun family event starts in London, Covent Garden on Shrove Tuesday and promises to delight all; from the exciting egg-hunts and giant chocolate bunnies to the uniquely designed eggs by leading artists and celebrities, for all to awe at â€" and hopefully buy! Most importantly it is a unique opportunity for us all to raise significant money to support vulnerable and neglected children in the UK. Established in 1869, Action for Children is committed to helping the most vulnerable and neglected children in the UK. Working directly with more than 250,000 children, young people and their carers each year, we run over 600 services which tackle abuse, neglect, help young carers and provide fostering and adoption services. Lindt believes in the magic of families, which is why the Lindt Gold Bunny is proud to join Action for Children in The Big Egg Hunt and support the great work they do to improve the lives of children & families in the UK.

 
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