This exhibition is a collection of landscape photos taken around Wellington. I live in Karori, and have developed a passion for photography. Wellington's surroundings are wild and chaotic but this collection will show the natural lines and patterns in the landscape. The lines and patterns in the photos creates an abstract perspective. The collection will aim to inspire other people to look at the Wellington landscape in an new light.
Mama, mother, queen is a series of over 100 woman that explores the female form as a powerful and imperfect vessel. Sculpted from clay each sculpture explores the emotions of motherhood, the changes of the body or a personal journey that a mother has taken to be shared with those around her.
“Art is our one true global language. It knows no nation, it favours no race and it acknowledges no class. It speaks to our need to reveal, heal and transform. It transcends our normal lives and lets us imagine what is possible”. Richard Kamler
First Do No Harm is an art based exhibition focusing on the fundamental values of ending rape culture. In particular, consent, gendered and sexual violence towards women, gender minorities, the disabled, the vulnerable and other minority groups in our communities.
A whakapapa quilt tells a story, heals and gives you a really good moe. Matariki is a time for old wisdom, reflection and kotahitanga. A quilt symbolizes safety, warmth and comfort.
I am but a servant of the great Hine te Iwaiwa, I serve in her house, Te Whare Pora. I give thanks for being able to share this Matariki kaupapa, it's buzzy.
Come, be a part of the vibe. I'm going to be doing some special Matariki story telling with puppets and quilts on Queens Birthday, Monday at 1.30pm.
Diverse Jewellers are back to tempt you with their latest creations and to make it more enticing are offering you a 10% discount on opening night.
We are celebrating 7 years of The Black Sheep Animal Sanctuary in Ōtaki and 11 years of our Opportunity for Animals opshops with our first ever fundraising ART EXHIBITION & AUCTION!
Where it is the purpose of science to find answers, it is a purpose of art to pose questions.
In codaMorphology, the questions that arise are about artistic choices. Just why is an artwork beautiful to us - or not? Are accepted mathematical ideals such as the golden ratio self-fulfilling? Just where does the idea of ‘beauty’ lie?
Dark City is a masterful collaboration between Melissa McDougall’s oil paintings and Kiran X’s multi-media paintings featuring iconic Wellington scenes juxtaposed with cinema vixens, neon abstraction and city lights.
KIRAN-X uses aerosol and reconstituted paints with existing weathered surfaces found in the city. Drawn to dark urbanized icons, abstraction of advertising and tech noir, his characters have become bound together by an otherworldly beat of street fonts and altered facades.
I do it is an exhibition featuring Wellington women out using real bikes for real reasons. In Wellington, up to three times more men regularly ride their bikes than women. Victoria Vincent wants to help change this, and has created a collection of empowering photographs featuring women who ‘do it’ - inspiring others to do it too. Victoria says, “The images are realistic, what you see is what you get - but the joy in their faces is what ties them all together”.
A bit about Victoria Vincent:
Kaori Izumiya and Masako K Styles, two Japanese artists living in Wellington, are having their first exhibition in Wellington. The exhibition title【Fluidity】was named to represent the adoptability to the new environment and the freeness of their artistic expression. The artists grew up in Japan but have been influenced by different cultures and people outside the country.