Artists: Jo Constable, Jeanie Randall, Kristeen Lockett, Ali Murray, Rachel Keel, Jocelyn Hendry, Anna Nelson & Maxine Edwards.
Tic Tac Toe is an exhibition of local Ngaio artists, Christen Stewart, roOm, and Holly Thomas.
All three artists work in different mediums and materials, but are connected by the challenges of being practising artists as well as busy active parents to young families. The show was born from an idea to represent the buzzing creative community of Ngaio in central Wellington, and also from the desire to comitt to an artistic deadline and support each other with finding the time to make work for exhibition.
About the Artists:
A strange, bleak, and clichéd collection of acrylic paint applied to canvas and timber.
This Exhibition is a Silent Auction.
By decree the artist has set a ‘no reserve’ on all his art. The pieces have been created for the intent to be loved, loathed, viewed, or owned by anyone interested. Auction ends on close Saturday 15 April 2017 at 6.00pm.
Convergent is an exhibition by Nicky Kane and Natalia K Parra-Sierra. Our aim is to show how materials such as unconventional printing paper, tissue paper, computer components, and other media can be interpreted and presented innovatively as art.
At home, work and play in “The Golden Land”
“People of Myanmar” is a portfolio of 60 photographic images collected during three journeys to Myanmar and travel widely throughout the country in 2013, 2014 and 2015.
Formerly known as Burma, Myanmar has been opening up to the outside world in recent years and is taking its first, faltering steps towards restoring democracy after many decades closed-off and under military rule.
'OUTSIDE THE MACHINE' Is mainly a collection of paintings/engravings (Robert) and recent forays into decorated ceramics (Bodhi) This 'Mosaic of the Artists minds' is a collaberation of two very experienced practitioners coming together with their work. To allow their art to rub shoulders in time and space, the ensuing result will be an outcome of two different streams of artistic enquiry, a dynamic and robust consortium work, rich with the diverse imagery of two mark makers sharing a space and celebrating the outcome.
'INHALE : EXHALE' offers soulful and beautiful visual imagery that acts as a counter to what has become a very fast-paced, digital-focused world.
Tangible subjects, and tangible working processes, all contribute to a grounding of the work in reality. These artists challenge the viewer to really look and absorb not only the subject being presented, but each and every stroke of the artist: pencil-stroke, brush stroke, or polish of the jeweller’s cloth... reach out and hold your attention.
Wellington's first photography festival in over a decade, aims to use photography as social commentary to discuss widely important issues we face in the world today. We are proud to be acting as a bridge between our audiences and many local and international organisations working for positive social change.
PHOTIVAL IS PROUD TO PRESENT 'BRINK FRONTIER'