Steve Caprice - the Rockin' Reverend auctioned one of my prints which raised
£115 for charity at his special fundraising night.
Congratulations on a successful night Steve!
Emlyn pictured here with myself and Charles Stone.
Thank you very much Emlyn, I hope you get as much enjoyment from my painting as I did in creating it. Your contribution to "Heronsbridge School" is greatly appreciated.
The King on Canvas.com has a stand at the Porthcawl Elvis Festival, namely the Elvies, to exhibit and demonstrate art work. A new work called "Neon Elvis" is being painted over the weekend.20th September 2007
New painting "Elvis- Rehearsal" is completed
is featured on the Elvis Car that drove around London as part on the entourage of the record making Elvis Tribute Act from Wales, Andy Woodward. Andy started his Record attempt at GMTV studios and made his record of 30 shows in one day, finishing on "The One Show"
Due to technical problems, my site has been down for just over a week! Apologies to all those affected... I hope that we don't get any more gremlins in the system!
Huge thanks to everyone at red-enet who has worked so hard on designing and preparing the site... particularly Helen and Siôn... thank you very much!
Profile in red is Raffled at the Best Welsh Elvis Competition at the Hi Tide in Porthcawl.
Elvis fans turn art into cash
July 26th 2007 by Julia Bosnyak, Glamorgan Gazette.
"...artist Sara Dix creates a new iconic Elvis image each year, and the 2007 image has been plastered on the side of a people carrier to help raise the profile of the festival..."
Elvis Festival back at Porthcawl
November 9th 2006 - Chiara Rinaldi, Glamorgan Gazette
Donations are rock n' rolling in to Bridgend Women's Aid thanks to fans of the King. Elvis enthusiasts have been bidding for the artwork of Porthcawl's Elvis Festival. Bridgend artist Sara Dix auctioned off the watercolour she created especially for the event. As a result, she presented a donation to the borough's Women's Aid, which is raising funds to furnish a new refuge. The art teacher at Brynteg Comprehensive School said: 'I have done the artwork for the past two festivals and auctioned it off on the last day. 'This year I painted a striking blue and orange watercolour. 'We took bids throughout the festival and I've heard that it's now hanging up on a wall somewhere in America. 'Because of the popularity of the festival I've started up my own web site, thekingoncanvas.com.'