The Artists

Aaron Scythe

Aaron Scythe has lived and worked in New Zealand and Japan. His work is a synthesis of both these...

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Alice Berry

Alice Berry is an artist/illustrator/designer based in Auckland, New Zealand. She has a distinct style that is colourful, fun...

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Angus Muir

Award-winning studio Angus Muir Design works at the intersection of people, space and objects.

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Anna Buist Sidey

Anna Buist Sidey has embraced all that has evoked her innermost emotion; the natural splendour of the countryside and...

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Anna Korver

Anna Korver’s works are feminine in their identity and perspective, the fundamental concepts and feeling of the works inviting...

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Anne Hudson

Anne Hudson like many artists is influenced by the environment and brings that interest to her work.

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Anneke Bester

Anneke Bester’s passion for the Classics is recognised in her favourite themes; the beauty of the animals and an...

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Barry Clarke

Barry Clarke is a well-established artist and jeweller, living and working in Christchurch. He produces sculpture in bronze and silver,...

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Ben Reid

Ben Reid's delicate and beautiful prints combine references to local environmental issues and histories with a wider appreciation for...

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Bill Clarke

Bill Clarke is a self-taught artist who has been sculpting metal into many forms for 20 years.

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Bob McQuarrie

Bob McQuarrie’s work is functional stoneware made on the potter's wheel using local materials as much as possible.

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Brent Holley

Using different materials to create pieces that entice the sense, Brent Holley’s aim when working is to create pieces...

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Cathy Pollock

Cathy Pollock is a Lyttelton artist who works in a variety of media creating images of the human condition. ...

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Charles Hannah

Charles Hannah celebrates the diversity of art and design, from different cultures and interpretations of beauty, through to different...

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Charlie Jaine

Charlie Jaine customises steel art work using a mix of recycled and new material. The work has been both...

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Claire Inkson

Claire Inkson is a blogger and rural photographer specialising in authentically and respectfully depicting rural people, landscapes and businesses. ...

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Cushla Heslop

Cushla Heslop in interested in a poetic response to the landscape. The way that morning light differs from afternoon,...

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Daniel Pye

Daniel Pye enjoys the colour and malleability of copper and likes to create sculptures inspired by nature. He creates...

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Dion Hitchens

Dion Hitchens’ contemporary sculptures function as icons on a landscape, helping to signify the ‘unseen’.

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Doug Neil

The work of Doug Neil speaks of “truth to materials”, a reconciliation of artistic pursuit and the intrinsic quality...

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Elisha Jordan

Elisha Jordan's larger-than-life animals have a grace and authenticity that make them at home in any garden.

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Elspeth Shannon

Elspeth Shannon lives in Paekakarikie and says that she does not like to pigeon hole her art practice. She...

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Gus Watson

Using his preferred medium-watercolour-and concentrating on the figure, Gus Watson explores the joy of playing with colours, of putting...

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Helen Nutt

Helen Nutt is one of New Zealand’s finest botanical artists. Her paintings are not only scientifically correct in that...

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Helen Perrett

Helen Perrett makes ceramic sculpture and pottery. Creating sculptural pieces by hand that she imbues with narrative and a...

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Henry Turner

Henry Turner is passionate about nature, the environment and art.  He has been an acute observer and an artist...

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Jamie Brown

Jamie Brown is inspired by nature’s raw beauty and simplicity, his medium is mostly natural foraged materials balanced with...

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Jan Thomson

Jan Thomson loves to get out and paint, in both watercolour and oils. Capturing light and mood, getting people...

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Jane Downes

Jane Downes works mainly in metal. Her work uses both natural and man made forms, often from childhood,

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Janie Porter

Janie Porter is known for her work in portraiture, landscape and birds. While working in various mediums, usually with...

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Jessica Winchcombe

Jessica Winchcombe’s work exudes the haptic pleasure of making.  Carefully pleated or woven leather necklaces or folded metal earrings...

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Jim Wheeler

The central theme of Jim Wheeler’s work is the contemplation of nature in its widest sense and how nature...

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John van Beek

John van Beek is a wire artist making affordable sculptures – recycling and turning old fencing wire into unique...

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Johnny Turner

Johnny Turner works with and against the notions of hardness, weight and coldness of marble and stone to bring...

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Julie Collis

Vibrant, quirky, petite. Julie Collis' sense of style marries classic forms of function(ish) with quirkiness and charm. It connects...

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Julie Ross

Julie Ross considers herself a surrealist.  She loves creating unusual, humorous combinations of images in response to some form...

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Justin Galligan

Justin Galligan calls himself a back yard artist crafting an eclectic mix of sculpture from his Canterbury home.

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Kate Calder

Kate Calder delights us with detailed drawings inspired by the beautiful countryside in which she lives.

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Kelvin McMillian

Kelvin paints simple subjects that surround him living in the vast landscapes of Canterbury and Otago. His painting style...

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Ken Laws

Figurative, landscape or abstract, each piece by Ken Laws is individually designed and hand-made from start to finish.

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Kris Waldin

Kris Waldin works predominantly in acrylics and watercolour, as well as drawing in pencil, charcoal and pastel.

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Lisa Babcock

Lisa is a self taught artist, living in Christchurch. Her spare moments are spent throwing the binoculars around my...

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Lissa Holland

At an early age Lissa began doing pencil sketches. She was first influenced by Valerie Heinz, a noted artist...

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Liz McAuliffe

Liz McAuliffe's larger-than-life carvings bring objects from the natural world into surprisingly intimate focus. 

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Llew Summers

Summers works in several mediums, including ceramic, wood, glass, marble and bronze. Each of these mediums has their demands,...

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Luke Jacomb

Luke Jacomb is a glass artist of international acclaim. Jacomb's works if found in a number of private collections...

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Lynn Price

Lynn Price is a glass artist who is inspired by living near the sea and estuaries; she says that...

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Mandy Cherry Joass

Mandy Cherry Joass expands on traditional Māori imagery, techniques and materials which, when woven together, form the fabric of...

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Mark Dimock

Mark Dimock works with recycled materials, such as totara fence posts, hardwood power poles and abandoned agricultural equipment.

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Matthew Williams

Matthew Williams works with range of mediums with which to mould the strong abstract forms that feature in his...

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Melissa Anderson

Melissa Anderson has always been particularly drawn to jewellery of the Victorian era due to the unparalleled craftsmanship and...

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Melissa Young

Melissa Young works in bronze producing delicate figurative works, which have been described as ‘a social commentary on life,...

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Moira Crossman

Moira Crossman has a passion for shaping hard stone, inspired by the natural environment and the shapes within.

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Nadine Spalter

Nadine Spalter is interested in ceramics as a vehicle for three dimensional art; a tactile, visual experience. Working mostly with...

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Nicolas Dillon

Nicolas Dillon has painted and drawn from an early age and is self-taught. His first exhibition aged 18 was...

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Niko Thomsen

Niko Thomsen is a skilled artisan, and his recent work is diverse - from bridges, gates and garden structures...

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Oriah Rapley

Oriah Rapley's background is in landscaping and she has been painting and sculpting for the last four years, working...

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Peter Collis

Much of Peter Collis' work has been about making the perfect vessel, the perfect orb, a wheel thrown object...

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Rachel Shields

Rachel Shields has experience working on a wide variety of photographic projects, from studio photography for advertising, fashion, products,...

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Rebecca Rose

Repeated patterns found in natural forms or tessellated mathematical shapes are able to executed: branching tree designs, leaf growth...

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Renee Boyd

Renee Boyd approaches working with clay in her own unique style using botanical themes as patterns which makes her...

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Roderick Hall

When it comes to driftwood sculptures the best way Roderick Hall can describe it to people is, it's just...

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Rose McKellar

Rose McKellar is known for her unique works of art, made from real pheasant, peacock and other feathers.

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Sally Reynolds

Inspired by the landscape, Sally Reynolds' paintings are intuitive, abstract landscapes created using various media.

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Sarah Greig

Designer Sarah Greig, is a wonderful illustrator who also has a talent teaching others to draw and paint. 

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Simon Edwards

Simon Edwards is a Canterbury based painter who paints mainly landscape and sky studies. At 31 years of age...

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Sophie Divett

Working mainly in sterling silver, gold, bronze and precious gems, Sophie Divett's aesthetic draws on the delicately flawed...

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Sophie Scott

Sophie Scott's work is primarily concerned with the stripping back of an image. Through the stencil process she searches...

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Stacey Weaver

Stacey Weaver developed her first botanic art print collection as Just South West in 2015, capturing some of her...

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Steve Trevella

A compilation of all his skills has allowed Steve Trevella to become a full sculptor using a wide variety of...

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Sue Currie

Sue Currie endeavour’s to convey the mood of a painting whether it be peaceful, wild, foggy, or a certain...

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Sue Lund

Black and white are the main leaders of Sue Lund’s game …each of these two have particular strengths which...

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Sue Newitt

Sue Newitt's work has always been based on the wheel as she enjoys the process of throwing and putting...

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Suzy Dunser

Suzy Dunser is a committed potter and ceramic artist living and working in Auckland.  She takes the consideration of...

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Tamara Rookes

Originally from Sweden with a background in textiles and design Tamara Rookes, came to clay later in life and...

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Tuscan Papworth

A wooden bucket, an imaginative idea and an artistic family has helped create a budding artisan at the early...

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Vaune Mason

Vaune Mason aims to create works that are rich with a mix of detail, narrative and material surface.

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Vicki Charles

Vicki Charles has been developing sculpture pieces by her experiences, her studies of Maori legends and symbols, inner journeys...

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Wendy Matenga

Wendy Matenga ’s current body of work focuses on flowers, their fragile nature and the impact that light has...

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Win Oliver

Win Oliver has been playing with wood all his adult life, including building and renovating houses but is now...

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