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Wendy Walls

Visit The Little Gallery in Tairua and Auckland, where discerning art enthusiasts can enjoy and purchase artworks by leading award winning Coromandel and New Zealand artists.

This diverse, intimate gallery prides itself on offering 'a little of the best'. A passion for people, artists and the visual arts in all forms is realised through the Little Gallery which supports and promotes artists from the Coromandel and NZ, making the gallery a cultural rendezvous for visitors as well as a place of pride within the village.

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We've had some great reviews for our gallery on Trip Advisor!

"Impressive"
[3 of 5 stars] Reviewed 3 October 2016

Small cosy venue with very friendly and informative artist on duty. Art work of high standard. We were impressed. Would recommend a visit and a purchase.

"Hidden Gem"
[4 of 5 stars] Reviewed 29 June 2016

This is a small local galley in Tairua, which mostly carries work by local artists here on New Zealand's beautiful Coromandel Peninsula, and much of the art reflects this. You may even meet the artist as the gallery is manned by some of the artists whose work is displayed. Don't miss the opportunity to call in and spend some time admiring the display.

"Tairua Art Gallery"
[5 of 5 stars]  Reviewed 25 January 2016
It's a nifty tiny art gallery jammed pack full of interesting art that you can purchase - also there is outside art for your garden in it's backyard. Worth a look if you are walking past.

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Coming Up

Gary Brooks

Artist Demonstration Evening - The Little Gallery Auckland

2 Feb 20175:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The Little Gallery Auckland, 210 Victoria St West, Auckland, New Zealand

With artists Vjekoslav Nemesh, Kirsty Black and Gary Brooks.

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Art Chat

The Little Gallery's relationship to the French Salon

At The Little Gallery we are known for hanging 'Salon style' - that is, filling our walls completely with works of art, rather than the sparse hang of a few works on each wall that is the convention of many modern galleries.
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