Weaves vibrant colours & shapes.
Exploring new directions & mediums.
Art is a reflection of his spiritual being.
Iron, steel, glass & colourful metals.
Fluid impressionism and skilled use of texture & colour.
Landscape, rural themes, figurative compositions & portraiture
Hand built work using slab and coil.
Viewing native plant life.
Painting with metallic paints.
Watercolours for shoreline subjects.
Mixed media, painting, sculpture.
Sculpts her ceramic art works by hand.
Captivated by glass.
Vibrant works in a rich & distinctive style.
Colour, expressionism and cubism.
Architect and ceramic artist
Rich colour and texture.
Inspired by nature.
Lindsey uses acrylics, watercolours, ,charcoal, graphite and print-makes.
An abstract artist, strongly influenced by a childhood in Australia.
A lifelong interest in making jewellery.
Jewelry made from sustainably mined crystals and recycled native NZ wood.
Iconic representations of his life and environment.
Wearable art jewellery and small metal objects.
Experimenting with concrete.
A watercolourist and a print maker who also dabbles in oils and acrylics.
Inspired by her surroundings, people and nature.
Nature as a reference point and inspiration.
The process of communicating visual thought.
Informed by the colours, shapes, and feelings of living in Auckland City.
Interested in issues of discovery and re-connection.
Working within the boundaries of acrylic & pastel.
Inspired by rawness and wildness of the natural environment.
Jo Pervan has been sculpting and painting for over ten years.
A painter of landscapes, vignettes and plein air enthusiast.
Jo Dalgety's work is about memory, place and experience.
Clay takes Jenni's emotions on a journey into creativity.
Jane's images are inspired by the beautiful, natural surroundings of Raglan.
Heather is an artist and sculptor.
Paul paints native wildlife, environment, Maori whakapapa and surfing.
Airdrie captures the light and essence of a wide range of subjects.
Tina's working background was advertising and textiles.
Sharen works in stages, choosing colours that reflect her mood on the day.
Helena's love of colour will forever motivate and inspire her work.
Karla's inspiration comes from people and the natural world.
Trevor is interested in geometric forms, sacred geometry & the golden mean.
Ian's subject matter is generally seascapes, landscapes and architecture.
Luscious use of paint with a strong sense of depth.
Sue Preston is inspired by shape, form, and the play of light.
Alicia loves colour. Vibrant, clashing, effervescent colour.
A weaver enjoying the diversity and range of flax plants.
Jeanne-Marie Cantereau is an outdoor painter in watercolour.
From England to Montreal, then to Toronto and France, now New Zealand.
Julian enjoys doing drawings with a lot of detail and texture.
Gary uses many techniques in a variety of styles in both clay and paintings.
Ian works in a broad range of materials including bone, shell and horn.
Rebecca uses the magic of the ancient craft of glass blowing.
Anne is a craftologist specialising in mosaic.
Space, time & a person’s sense of place.
Pauline discovered the tactile textures of stoneware and earthenware clays.
Rene is a full time potter who lives in the Waitakere Ranges near Bethells Beach.
Richard Chrisp works predominantly in watercolour.
Robyn Lewis calls herself a "maker of things"
Roland has developed his bone carving skills to a high level.
Tony's themes are native NZ birds, sea life and musical instruments.