We are thrilled to welcome you to the opening night of the Alphabet Legends Portrait Exhibition from Sydney Illustrator, Beck Feiner.
Date: Friday, 13th September, 2019
Time: 6 - 8 pm
Location: Elms Gallery / Level One - 393 Crown Street, Surry Hills
Cost: $5* - Includes drinks and snacks throughout the evening.
*All proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to Bourke Street Public School where both Beck's son, Levi, and Rebecca's daughter, Noa, are in Year 1.
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About Beck Feiner
Beck Feiner is an illustrator and author living in Redfern, Sydney. Her creative style has evolved from her years working as a graphic designer and art-director in the advertising industry in Sydney and overseas. Beck left the world of advertising to produce her two most rewarding creations: Levi and Esme.
Her first book, Aussie Legends Alphabet, was conceived when teaching her kids the alphabet but discovering a lack of materials that helped in an engaging way. In this bold and vibrant illustrated alphabet, each letter is creatively morphed into a prominent, iconic Aussie, with the intention of helping young Australians understand the very diverse/multicultural mix of people who make our nation an incredible country.
Aussie Legends Alphabet has gone on to receive nation-wide recognition and earned Beck a four-book publishing deal with Harper Collins.
Her second book, If I was Prime Minister, was co-created with her husband, Robin. The Prime Minister's job is to make our country as good as it can be. But every Prime Minister Australia has ever had has been a grown-up! This book focuses on what would kids do if they ran the country.
Their next kids’ book, My Folks Grew Up in the '80s is due out in September. It's a stroll down memory lane for the kids who grew up then, and a hilarious chance to share the decade's downright weirdness with a whole new generation.