lives in New Plymouth. She trained originally as a draughtswoman which has influenced her 'contemporary realism' painting style. The demand for her dramatic and detailed landscapes is increasing every year and her work is in private collections throughout New Zealand, Australia, U.K., Canada and the U.S.A.
lives in Waikenae, north of Wellington - he is a member of the Wellington Academy of Fine Arts and exhibits regularly in their group exhibitions. Working in oils and acrylics, his paintings are rich in texture and he uses a vibrant palette to produce both figurative and abstract work which reflect his passion for his subject matter. His work is in both private and corporate collections throughout New Zealand, Australia, USA and the UK.
produces exquisite hand-cut mosaic mirrors, often with an Art Deco theme but is also a sculptor, painter and composer. Her commissioned works are throughout the world...New York, London, Europe, Canada and Australia. She is an Artist member of the NZ Academy of Fine Arts and works from her studio in Wellington.
works from his studio in Blenheim, and is a respected oil painter and tutor from a well-known New Zealand family of artists. He has travelled widely and this is reflected in his exotic paintings of Asian and Indian subjects. Brian also captures the essence of his own beautiful Marlborough vineyards, seascapes and boating scenes.
creates his ceramic masterpieces in Auckland. His technique of handpainting, sculpting and firing his work to achieve a two-dimensional effect is truely unique. Craig also incorporates gold leaf in many of his works, produces silver and bronze jewellery and a range of beautiful gift cards.
has worked in clay for over 30 years. Having begun her career making domestic ware, she now builds her pieces by hand and uses exquisite glazes and raku firing sometimes firing pieces up to 6 times to achieve a rich glossy effect. A multiple award winner, her work is displayed in Japan, Australia, U.K. and the USA.
lives in the Eastern Bays of Wellington and paints watercolour artworks of local seascapes and landscapes, capturing the ever-changing panoramas of Wellington harbour and New Zealand. She has exhibited at the Academy of Fine Arts, Van Helden Gallery and the Millwood Gallery in Wellington.
has had her studio/gallery in Nelson for many years and is an internationally known artist. She uses heavy grade watercolour paper to produce glowing, detailed panoramas and still lifes in gouche and watercolour. Her giclee prints (25 only of each original) are numbered and signed. Lori's public and private commissioned works are in NZ, Australia, U.S.A. and the U.K.
has been a professional artist, and musician based in the Wellington region of New Zealand for over twenty years. Don's reputation as an artist is steadily growing and he presently divides his time between painting, sculpture, and music. Since 1987 he has lived with his family on the Kapiti Coast, a place that he finds a rich source of inspiration; " I find Wellington and surrounds a visually stunning area, geographically diverse and with constantly changing moods, that make it an exciting place to be a painter".
a self taught artist, grew up in Rangataua on the family farm under Mt Ruapehu, New Zealand. After traveling throughout the world, Tina now has her studio in Wanganui where she has her young family. Her rich, vibrant palette and quirky interpretations of domestic scenes reflects her upbeat outlook on life.
is a Wellington based artist who specializes in the purity of light in cloud, seascapes and mountain landscapes. She works mainly in oils and her delicate details in even the most majestic landscapes is unsurpassed.
lives in Lyttelton, Canterbury but spent many years teaching art in Hamilton schools. Her work is strong, vibrant, richly coloured and full of stories of NZ life and culture. Her work has been widely exhibited throughout NZ and resides in many collections in NZ, Australia, and the UK.
is a master creator of enduring works in art hot glass. He exhibits both internationally and in New Zealand and has pieces in public collections worldwide. Gary works from his studio in Auckland using a gas-fired furnace of approx.1200 degrees C, and manipulates his art pieces using handmade tools of wood, steel, graphite and paper to create his unique artworks.
ceramic collection captures New Zealand's coastal landforms and indigenous flora and bird-life. Her touchstones, delicate bowls and vases are instantly recognizable and well-known throughout NZ and Australia.
has been making and firing his pottery for over 30 years and strikes the perfect balance between timelessness and modern functional pieces. He is continually experimenting with glazes and reactions to heat in his kilns. His mugs, bowls, teapots, jugs, lidded and unlidded casserole dishes and large richly textured platters are used daily in New Zealand and worldwide.