Art On Stage May 2017

Long View Wonder - Visualizing the importance of Science & Nature

Suendrini’s latest up cycled textile piece, Long View Wonder is inspired by
the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) and bees with their honeycomb
hives. These two natural and scientific marvels in their familiar structural
forms will pop in harmony, while contrasting colour, texture and symbolic
patterns play with the twinkling County Pop banner.

The JWST’s eighteen, golden mirror segments and the thriving beehive,
rendered in up cycled textiles will attempt to lead your imagination to a
deeper engagement with both nature and science. The concept reflects upon
the scope and depth of the informed scientific consensus based upon truths
that will echo for generations.

Photo of concept sketch for Skeleton Park Arts Festival by Suendrini.   Long View Wonder - Visualizing the importance of Science & Nature - is reconfigured to suit their stage.  Up cycled textile stage art for Skeleton Park Arts Fest (SPAF) 2017 23-25 June 2017

Photo of concept sketch for Skeleton Park Arts Festival by Suendrini.  

Long View Wonder - Visualizing the importance of Science & Nature - is reconfigured to suit their stage. 

Up cycled textile stage art for Skeleton Park Arts Fest (SPAF) 2017

23-25 June 2017

Photo of concept sketch for County Pop Music Festival.  Long View Wonder - Visualizing the importance of Science & Nature Up cycled textile stage art for County Pop 2017 06 May 2017

Photo of concept sketch for County Pop Music Festival. 

Long View Wonder - Visualizing the importance of Science & Nature

Up cycled textile stage art for County Pop 2017

06 May 2017

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Photo of icons/headliner, BILL and JOEL PLASKETT and up cycled textile art by Suendrini  Art On Stage: Long View Wonder at County POP 2017 Music Festival with musical talents 06 May 2017

Photo of icons/headliner, BILL and JOEL PLASKETT and up cycled textile art by Suendrini 

Art On Stage: Long View Wonder at County POP 2017 Music Festival with musical talents

06 May 2017


Art On Stage September 2016

Photo of icons/headliner, SLOAN and up cycled textile art by Suendrini 

Art On Stage: Blue at Sandbanks Music Festival '16 with musical talents

17 September 2016

Sandbanks Music Festival 2016’s art on stage was inspired by Japanese artist of the Edo period, Katsushika Hokusai’s iconic pieces on Water. Suendrini created a five-piece customized art installation, titled, “Blue” that brought awareness to the powerful subject matter.

The projections in the The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’s (OECD) Environmental Outlook to 2050 suggest that freshwater availability will be strained unless new policies, awareness building and actions are taken to improve the current outlook.

Photo of art on stage piece, Blue

Photo of art on stage piece, Blue


Art On Stage April 2016

Photo of icon/headliner, Ron Sexsmith and band with up cycled textile art by Suendrini, by Michael Lindon

Art On Stage: Ode To Prince/Green For All

County Pop Music Festival 2016 for musical talents

30 April 2016


Art on Stage September 2015

Photo of musical talents with Canadian icon/headliner, Sarah Harmer and up cycled textile art by Suendrini

Art on stage: Secret Beach, Prince Edward County at Sandbanks New Waves Festival in Sandbanks Provincial Park

Sarah Harmer played her newest song - "Just Get Here" from the "Al Purdy Was Here" documentary soundtrack

19 September 2015