I am pleased to announce my participation in an upcoming group show at Masterworks Gallery in November with another great bunch on talented makers and artists. Images coming soon!
I’m very pleased to announce that I will be participating in a group show with some very talented artists at Masterworks Gallery in Auckland during July and August 2019. The show is called;
"Drawing is putting a line (a)round an idea." Henri Matisse
Line plays such an important part in creativity and Line play intends to draw attention to the way line influences a range of practices.
Artists include Galia Amsel, Claire Bell, Sandra Black, Stephen Bradbourne and Emily Siddell, Wendy Fairclough, Natalie Iogha, Soo-Jeong Lee, Noon Passama, Christine Thacker, and May Trubuhovich.
Under the sun; tales of the unexpected A collaborative chandelier, initiated and constructed by The Crystal Chain Gang, this work consists of pieces from over 40 contributing glass artists, including myself. This piece was conceived to be part of The CoLab 2019 AUSGLASS x NZSAG conference. The thumbnail image shows some of my contributing pieces reconstructed into a mobile.
Showing at The Sarjeant’s object space gallery above the i-site, Sustenance is part of the biannual New Zealand Society of Artists in glass members show, and this year we also have artists from AUSGLASS showing work as part of the conjoint conference, The CoLab. With over 60 artists taking part, this is a great chance to see the diversity of artists working in glass today.
Come see Illicit Witness on show at the Sarjeant Arts Review. Celebrating thirty years this year, the review is a vibrant showcase of the local Whanganui arts scene.
Christmas pop-up appearance at 'The Whole Nine Yards', Jackson Street, Masterton. Head on over and experience glass engraving in a situation closer to that 'home' feeling, while admiring Julie and Sophie's wonderful display of designer fabrics and object d'art.
Doppelganger and Jackpot will be on show in the indoor section of NZ Sculpture on Shore at Fort Takapuna from Thursday 10th till Sunday 20th November 2016. Head on over to check them out, walk the trail and support Women's Refuge. More information on the event can be found at http://www.nzsculptureonshore.co.nz/event-details