Opening night: Monday 20th June at 6.00pm
Tuesday - Friday, 10.00am - 6.00pm
Saturday, 9.00am - 5.00pm
Sunday, 10.00am - 4.00pm
Sarah Jamieson is a Scottish visual artist who recently moved to Wellington. This exhibition is a direct response from her journey to and around New Zealand. Her work focuses on the environment surrounding her, and how people explore and connect with it. She focuses on patterns in nature, geography, landforms and found objects that she collects along her travels.
She looks at the idea of place through mapmaking and the language that maps deploy, like a cartographer she uses the process of selection. In her work she also looks at the idea of an ever-changing landscape using organic forms, subtle tone changes and mark making.
Wednesday 29th June, 6.30pm - 9.30pm
Thursday, 10.00am - 4.00pm
Friday, 10.00am - 5.00pm
Saturday, 10.00am - 3.00pm
Sunday, 10.00am - 12 noon
Artist Noel Faifai born and bred in Lower hutt now residing in Wainuiomata having my first exhibition in 11 years.
I am a painter at heart but for this show I'm using more than one medium Oils, acrylic, spray paint, Natu -Tongan tapa cloth & photo transfer.
There will be 12 pieces exhibiting to show case a style in which I feel give a different perspective on pasifika art, some paintings are steeped in Samoan culture, some have social commentary & Religious elements & some are just pure expression.
Harriet Bright's work breathes immediacy and fluidity. She captures the spirit of her models with lively line work and a free, loose style of painting.
Born in Norfolk in 1973, Harriet emigrated to New Zealand ten years ago. She won the Adam award for Portraiture in 2010, and was a finalist in the NZ Art Show signature Awards. She has held many solo and group exhibitions, most recently a collaboration with Elspeth Shannon at the New Zealand Portrait gallery.
Harriet works directly from life, and for many years has been engaged with the simple and expressive qualities of line.
Her work can be found at www.harrietbright.co.nz
Wellington based spokenword poet, set designer and photographer enthusiast
She believes that there are ballpoint pens that tell more truth then men. These are the poems that demand to be heard. Through each poem she aims to express the light and not hide from the sour tales through her mixed media
Toni Ann Alamani
Wellington based Hand-Lettering artist
Lettering for Toni Ann has always been a way to encourage and inspire others with beautifully written words to serve as reminders of their potential and worth, to push them further and believe in more for their life.
Wellington based artist, illustrator and typography enthusiast
Passionate about exploring themes of God, nature and everyday truths through the medium of watercolour and ink. Her work encourages creative exploration and boldness through embracing the failures that push you forward.