Jewellery handcrafted from recycled materials.
Smooth simple lines.
Reflection of his spiritual being.
Design and colour
Watercolours for shoreline subjects.
Exploring new directions & mediums.
Influenced by Australia.
Architect and ceramic artist
Rich colour and texture.
Communicating visual thought.
Shape, form and colour.
Nature as an inspiration.
Discovery and re-connection.
Colour, expressionism & cubism.
Vibrancy of oil and gouache.
Detail and texture.
Colour & form found in nature.
Etching and dry point engraving.
Plein air enthusiast.
Sculptor of Oamaru stone & a painter.
Weaves vibrant colours & shapes.
Iron, steel, glass & colourful metals.
Impressionism using texture & colour.
Landscape, rural themes, figurative compositions & portraiture
Hand built work using slab and coil.
Viewing native plant life.
Mixed media, painting, sculpture.
Sculpts her ceramic art works by hand.
Vibrant works in a rich & distinctive style.
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 rawness and wildness of the natural environment.
Jane's images are inspired by the beautiful, natural surroundings of Raglan.
Heather is an artist and sculptor.
Native wildlife, environment, Maori whakapapa & 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.
Alicia loves colour. Vibrant, clashing, effervescent colour.
Classical, funky work in clay & paint.
Ian works in a broad range of materials including bone, shell and horn.
Space, time & a person’s sense of place.
Textures of stoneware & earthenware clay.
Richard Chrisp works predominantly in watercolour.
Roland has developed his bone carving skills to a high level.