Start Date
24 April -  
End Date
30 April 2017
Various Artists (see below)
Main Image
Anna - book image
Opening Hours
from 10.00am daily

Artists: Jo Constable, Jeanie Randall, Kristeen Lockett, Ali Murray, Rachel Keel, Jocelyn Hendry, Anna Nelson & Maxine Edwards.

Ever stopped to look at the textures around us? This collaborative art show explores those textures through various mediums: printmaking, photography, pottery, painting, weaving, jewellery, bookmaking, and furniture. The 8 artists come from a mixture of backgrounds from printmaking, pottery and painting to weaving, graphic design and bookmaking. Each artist interprets the theme in their own way. They met through the Hutt Art Centre and have exhibited at the Hutt Art galleries and other galleries around New Zealand.

Ali Murray is a printmaker living in Wellington. Her work typically combines monoprint, linocut, drypoint, stencilling and hand-carved stamps.
Jeanie Randall is a Wellington artist passionate about printmaking and bookmaking. She works with encaustic wax, jewellery making and flame glass work.
Kristeen Lockett has exhibited in numerous galleries in New Zealand — in both group and solo shows and also as a guest artist. Her work is in many private and public collections. She loves to work with etching and linocut.
Jocelyn Hendry is passionate about textures and colour. Sculpting in clay and printmaking gives her a strong grounding to evolve and develop a personal style.
Jo Constable enjoys spending time out and about with her camera and discovering hidden textures and colour, then combining these found images with printmaking.
Anna Nelson loves all methods of printmaking as it’s a very satisfying means of capturing an image. She enjoys all the aspects of printmaking, from creating the image to seeing the resulting image on paper. Anna likes to create layers within her work.
Rachel Keel enjoys all forms of printmaking especially lino cutting. Rachel also weaves, creates books and collages.
Maxine Edwards is based in Petone, she enjoys all aspects of printmaking and more recently large abstract paintings.

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