Ursula has a head full of maths, stars, multi-layered visions and plenty of colourful witticisms which are then extruded as fun and quirky images both on canvas and in photography. One of her appealing projects is “New Zealand On the Rocks”, a series of painted images photographed underwater, of some of New Zealand's outstanding landmarks. She has recently been experimenting with smaller drawings and cartoons.
Niko has a head full of old rubbish, oil and steel which then appears as furniture, thistles and statues of people and cabbage trees. The lush vegetation, the wind and the sea, the spikiness of some plants, the deep forests, the mountains, inspires him to create objects which have been taken over by plants, as they would if someone or something would allow them.
They have brought this work from the Wairarapa to Wellington, for people to explore the extraordinary and zany, and to connect with like minds.