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FLOCK: Birds on the Brink

Inspired by an environmental imperative – the global loss of wild bird populations as an indicator of our planet’s health I am thrilled to be included in this contemporary art exhibition inspired by the interdependency of bird species to plant … Continue reading

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First glimpse of Ossian…the little fawn

Well, hours and hours of work have gone into this little man, Ossian. I cannot even count how many hours I spent sanding, filling, sanding more, filling some more. Then a coat of resin, then more sanding…then more filling, followed … Continue reading

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Antoinette Ratcliffe at Satellite Gallery

‘Cauterizing Schrodingers cat’ Satellite GalleryOpening 5.30 – 8pm Tuesday 3 July, 2012Exhibition runs from 4 – 28 July, 2012Meet the artist at 5.00pm for a pre-show talk Well I had every intention of writing about this show much earlier (before the opening … Continue reading

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Winterland – Black Asterisk Gallery

Black Asterisk Gallery – 10 Ponsonby Road, Auckland 13 – 24 December 2011, Open 11am to 5pm daily Launch Party: Saturday 17th December, 6.30pm In my new works for this show, the choice of animal is deliberate and used as a … Continue reading

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The Doll Show

Mount Marua Gallery Expressions Arts & Entertainment Centre, Wellington 25 November – 23 January 2012 The doll is a seemingly naive object we often associate with child’s play, however this exhibition focuses on the doll as an object symbolically used … Continue reading

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Willie Verginer

Italian artist Willy Verginer is a master of wooden sculpture. His sculptures are life size and simply painted. They are beautiful to look at and masterfully executed. Enough said…

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Fun with dolls

Exciting, I have had a new shipment of old 1950s dolls delivered. These little beauties are hard to find, that’s why I am so excited about them. Probably to much of some doll collectors horror, I will be vandalising these … Continue reading

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Brick Bay Sculpture

I was up at Matakana last week for work and decided to stay on for the weekend, to get out-of-town and relax. I have always wanted to go to the Brick Bay Sculpture Trail, it’s one of those things that … Continue reading

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Anish Kapoor

Anish Kapoor was born in Bombay, India in 1954. He moved to England in 1972 and has lived and worked in London since he completed his studies at the Chelsea School of Art in 1977-1978. Over the past twenty years … Continue reading

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Braveheart Youth Trust Art Exhibition 2010

When: 28-30 May, 2010 (Gala Preview on Thursday 27 May) Where: ASB Showgrounds, Pavilion 6, Auckland I have been asked to participate in the Braveheart Youth Trust art exhibition.  This will take place at the ASB Showgrounds from the 28-30 May … Continue reading

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