Bob Marley Large Scale Art – FUNDRAISER with FREE Shipping!

This amazing large-scale artwork of Bob Marley was created by artist Matt Griffin. It was painted with aerosol on plywood during Bob Marley’s 75th Birthday Celebrations, originally leaning against a young native Kauri tree before the finishing final strokes at the Waitangi festival.

Matt and Universal Music NZ gifted this stunning painting, to help us raise funds to support the delivery of Music Therapy sessions for young Intermediate school students who live with physical and learning differences.

Raukatauri Music Therapy Centre delivers our ‘Music Club’ at Kamo Intermediate. They recognise each student’s individual uniqueness and worth, allowing them to celebrate what they are capable of rather than their challenges. Music Therapy brings huge joy to their lives!

Bidding and winning this work of art holds multiple opportunities. You get to own and showcase a stunning piece of NZ art for your home or business, support Matt Griffin – one of Aotearoa’s youngest large scale realist artists, and of course you get to make a difference by empowering our students who live with challenges, bringing more joy into their world through Music.

Artist Matt Griffin grew up in West Auckland, but lives and works in central Auckland as a full-time artist. Matt is self taught in his realism specialty, painting on canvas and drawing large scale artworks for commission. Matt is currently contracted to 2 galleries in the Auckland area, selling his work throughout New Zealand and overseas.

Massive Thank You! to Matt for creating such a stunning piece of Art, to Raukatauri Music Therapy Centre for providing our students with life-affirming musical experiences, to Trade Me for supporting our auction and to Universal Music NZ, for gifting the Art piece and offering to pay for nationwide shipping! Wow!

The whole artwork measures 3.6 x 2.4 m (divided into 3 panels)

Please share this auction with all your contacts and whanau. Thank you so much!

Ngā mihi nui,
Brony Oakley-Browne
Learning Support Coordinator
Kamo Intermediate School
“He mahi tahi mo apopo; Together building tomorrow”