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Tim you are a hero! $6,500 this artwork was auctioned on n World Autism Awareness day 2nd April 2016 as the Sydney Opera House lit up blue. With every single cent of that artwork going to Autism Awareness Australia.Continue Reading
This Saturday night at the Sydney Opera House, Tim has donated this artwork for a auction for a spectacular event hosted by Autism Awareness Australia. We recently had the great pleasure of seeing them provide 200 children and young adults with autism the opportunity to surf with Surfers Healing at no cost to the families on Manly Beach Sydney. This year so far and it's only March, Tim's several donations have raised over $20,000 for organisations in Australia and overseas. Tim does as much as he can to support and help. Every time Tim makes an appearance or donates some art or shares his story we hope it continues to spread the message of opportunity, ability and inclusion and encourages families to aim for their own Double Shot of Happiness. Saturday 2nd April is World Autism Awareness Day as appointed by the United Nations. Buildings around the world recognize the day and will be putting on their own displays. This artwork is called "The Future's so Bright" and has Laser Beak Man giving the giraffes sunglasses. Anyone who knows Sydney will recognize the giraffes who probably have one of the best views in the world of the Opera House and Sydney Harbour, they are probably going to need sunglasses for Saturday night. We hope the art will raise some good money. I am very proud of Tim's goodness and generosity, it takes an enormous effort on his part to do these artworks, but he does so with such a kind heart..Continue Reading