Original Lang Lang Foreshore painting by Miriam Rimmer up for sale
The image is acrylic on linen and the dimensions are: height 76cm (2.5ft) x length 153cm (5ft)
Asking price is two thousand dollars $2,000
For more details contact the artis: Miriam Rimmer
email contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
A visit to the beach has always had a very therapeutic effect for me.
I have found over the years that when I have been stressed the calmness and tranquillity that the ocean gives has calmed my mind
and given me renewed strength.
The painting of the Lang Lang Foreshore came about one night whilst sitting on my lounge, I decided that I needed a painting on a bare wall.
I decided that a beach landscape would be the way to go for the reasons mentioned.
So I went through my photos and decided that the Lang Lang Foreshore would be perfect.
I chose a photo that I took when my husband and I went on a discovery drive one day in June 2009. We were pleasantly surprised when we discovered the Lang Lang foreshore.
The boatsheds added a dimension to the contrasting sand and rocky flats, the seagulls added another layer, as you cannot have a beach without seagulls.
Below the original photograph
Response to the Lang Lang Foreshore Reserve Draft Coastal Management Plan : March 2012
Attached the final draft of our response to the Coastal Management Plan Please have a look and can you forward any comments to me
Response to Draft Lang Lang Foreshore Reserve Coastal Management Plan 2011
Have your say on the Lang Lang Foreshore Reserve Draft Coastal Management Plan : March 2012
Hi to all members,
The coastal management plan is now available on the DSE website for comment
Go to the site here >
Please have a look and can you forward any comments to me ASAP.
Submissions close on 16th March so we need to be on the ball to get them in on time.
Any comments need to be as brief and succinct as possible and be directly relevant to the published plan, its best to state page numbers and document headings if you are directly addressing an issue in the plan.
You can submit your comments personally or through the LLBA via me.
I will be collating comments and putting in a submission from LLBA.
The 6th LLBA Annual General Meeting on Sunday 23 October 2011
Hi to all members,
I trust the last year has been good for you.
Attached below is the notice of AGM for the Lang Lang Boatshed Association.
Sunday 23rd October, 1pm at the Rotunda at the Reserve.
I hope you can come along.
Its quite an important meeting as we have Belinda Ainley and Jack Dyte showing us the draft Coastal Management plan that has been drawn up for the Lang Lang Reserve.
The draft has direct implications for us as stakeholders at the Reserve and as members of LLBA as boatshed licensees and long term caravan owners.
I haven't had the opportunity to see it yet but I have had direct input and commentary to resource information that went into the draft about 12 months ago.
Anne Paxton is resigning as LLBA secretary and we will miss her valuable input and excellent administrative skills.
That leaves an opportunity for you to become involved and I encourage you to consider either nominating for committee or any of the office bearer positions on the committee. There will be an election at this AGM to fill the secretary's position.
You annual fees are due = $20
Also please encourage any new licensees or caravan owners that you know to join LLBA.
Look forward to seeing you there
John Owens 0417147764
> Download notice of AGM here
The Big ANZAC Weekend 09 Storm
There was a substantial storm on Sunday 26th April through the reserve at Lang Lang. It has done a significant amount of damage to the sea wall at the southern end of the park as well as damage to boat sheds and caravans. The water from the bay came through the park driven by both a king tide and very strong westerly winds that literally pushed the water into the park, levels so high that the water has gone into some caravan, through some sheds and into the caretakers residence. It was big!!
For some dramatic pictures taken by Judith Richardson at the height of the storm check out the pics.
Luckily for Judith, she was assisted by Frank to get out of the park just before peak high tide. Unfortunately, our car didn’t survive. Many thanks to Gale and Frank for their assistance.
In light of this storm damage, I recommend that you go to the park and check your caravan or shed.
The Foreshore Committee through Jack Dyte has organised a skip for the weekend of the 2-3 May so that you can dump any rubbish from your caravan or shed as you clean up after the storm.
Jack will be in the park on Sunday afternoon to talk to anyone.
I will also be there on Sunday and hope to see you there as well.
John Owens 0417147764
**Special Announcement December 2008**
Some good news! : COM has a grant to repair the rock sea wall and that will start in 2009
COM have the plans for the park development on display at office. Please note you need to send your comments directly to COM about the plans by 14th Jan. So we encourage everybody to have a look and comment when you visit over the Christmas & New Year break.
**Special Announcement November 2008**
The Lang Lang Foreshore committee are having their open public COM meeting Sunday 7th December 3pm at the Foreshore.