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Koru on Devon New Plymouth
Through February 2019, Back Up. The return of Paul Hutchinson
Click here to see the article and images of him and this exhibition.
Aotea Utanganui Museum in Patea
Rarely Seen: Photographs of the Extraordinary
National Geographic International Touring exhibition.
Aotea Utanganui Museum of South Taranaki, 127 Egmont St, Pātea.
Percy Thomson Gallery in Stratford
A Songless Land by Sue Cooke
A SONGLESS LAND is an ambitious exhibition by Sue .
The exhibition focuses on art and sustainability; it relies on the aesthetics of art to convey a message that is all too real; the destruction of indigenous forests.
The imagery references destruction, healing and the beauty of New Zealand’s indigenous forests.
Mokau Museum and Art Gallery in Mokau
Mark Bellringer's stunning photography of the North Coast of Taranaki.
Wonderful panorama's of our iconic features along with more intimate moments along the Tongaporutu River.
This exhibition runs until the 21st March so do take the opportunity to visit and take in these vistas.
For more information about Mark and these images go to the website mokaumuseum.nz website.
I AM WOMAN
All the works from this monumental show can now be seen on the Percy Thomson Gallery's website.
If you missed seeing the show, you should see this.
Look for "I AM WOMAN" at the top of the front page of www.percythomsongallery.org.nz
Dale Copeland's exhibition of collages Need and Necessity can now be seen on her own website dalecopeland.co.nz/
For those who live too far away from Taranaki, there are some glimpses of Paul Hutchinson's exhibition BACK UP
now on his own Virtual Tart page. A stunning exhibition, in a lovely gallery.
Milarky has rediscovered some of his older drawings and put them onto his website.
milarky.bigcartel.com Click here to see them.
Coming Soon - (a new exhibition each month)
(email Dale if you're interested in having an exhibition on the Virtual TART site)
2019 April: from the collection of ...
Collectors who have acquired more artworks than they have space to hang them.
June: Aotearoa to Terre Verte
Taranaki artists take their art to Cornwall.
Koru on Devon, New Plymouth
A new gallery, 18B Devon St. East, upstairs. (Opposite BNZ)
Opening hours Wednesday - Sunday 3.30pm - 7pm or whenever the open sign is out.
Winter hours 10am - 2.30pm
A large natural light Gallery offering two exhibition spacees
with professional hanging system & good storage for works.
Taking bookings now.
Contact Fay Looney ( email@example.com ) ph 021410030
Koru on Koru Gallery & Garden
283 Koru Rd, Oakura
Open each weekend 10am - 4pm or by appointment.
New artists welcome to view this free space.
The historic Koru on Koru site offers garden space for sculpture exhibition at no cost to Artist.
Ph. 06 7527807 / 021410030
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