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    Art workshop: Miniature Peek-a-Boo Masterpieces

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    Lottie ventures beyond her neighbourhood and into the big wide world of art to locate Cat’s famous ancestors throughout time. Travel across Europe and recreate mini Peek-a-Boo Masterpieces featuring Cat art exquisitely encased by an antique frame. Masterpiece destinations include the home of ‘The (Cat) Scream’ by Edvard Munch, in the National Museum of Oslo, Norway; ‘Mona (Purr) Lisa’ by Leonardo da Vinci, The Louvre, Paris, France; and ‘Girl (Cat) with a Pearl Earring’, Johannes Vermeer, The Hague Collection, Netherlands.

    This artist workshop is facilitated by the published illustrator Kristen Willis, in celebration of her most recent picture book ‘Peek-a-Boo Lottie’. The event is hosted by Harry Hartog Bookseller, in The Studio space in Westfield Carindale. 

    About the Illustrator

    Kristen Willis is a seasoned creative who recently published her debut picture book, ‘Peekaboo Lottie‘ with Five Mile Books alongside Perth-based debut author Laura Holloway. Kristen may be cannoli-sized, but she’s piped with enormous narrative storytelling ideas and passionately injects herself into every pigment stroke. Kristen’s unique fast-track introduction to the kid-lit landscape led to her mentorship with Annabel Barker Agency in 2022. That same year, she was awarded second place as a CYA Emerging Illustrator for her piece ‘Bacalah’s Christmas Surprise’, judged by UQP. In 2023, Kristen landed two picture book contracts—the first with Five Mile Books (March 2024) and the second with EK Books and author Brooke Graham (Late 2025). And be sure to pop your prosecco on ice because there will be plenty more surprises to follow.


    Ticket price includes a copy of 'Peekaboo Lottie,' by Laura Holloway and illustrated by Kristen Willis. Please note that families that will need to purchase at least one standard ticker to be eligible for the cheaper 'additional children' tickets. 

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