TE ARAROA BRINGS HOPE TRUST CHARITY Art Auction

 

CATALOGUE

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4. Collar Box with Silk 1 Artist: Glenda Randerson (2011) Medium: Oil on Gess Source: McGill Collection

4. Collar Box with Silk 1
Artist: Glenda Randerson (2011)
Medium: Oil on Gess
Source: McGill Collection

5. Title: Embrace Artist: Helen Dynes Medium: Oil on canvas Source: Magill Collection

5. Title: Embrace
Artist: Helen Dynes
Medium: Oil on canvas
Source: Magill Collection

 

6. Title: Up Front Artist:Helen Dynes Medium: Oil on canvas Source: Magill Collection

6. Title: Up Front
Artist:Helen Dynes
Medium: Oil on canvas
Source: Magill Collection

7. Title: Sun Flowers Artist: M Bushby (2015) Mixed Media collage water pastel & ink Souce: Magill Collection

7. Title: Sun Flowers
Artist: M Bushby (2015)
Mixed Media collage water pastel & ink
Souce: Magill Collection

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12. Title: Copper Tapa Artist: Kaye McGarva Medium: Acrylic on Canvass Source: Donated by Artist

12. Title: Copper Tapa
Artist: Kaye McGarva
Medium: Acrylic on Canvass
Source: Donated by Artist

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NZ Potters Conference 2016

Hands on Hawkes Bay

New Zealand

National Pottery Conference 2016

15th / 16th /17th July

Venue: Waiohiki Arts Village

 

 

 

Exhibition

Mixing It Up

Blurring the boundaries between Art and Craft

 Community Arts Napier (CAN)

16 Byron Street Napier

April 15 – May 5

IMG_8791The exhibition promises to be as rich and diverse as the people who make up the
Waiohiki Creative Arts Village.
The arts village is located near Taradale on State Highway 50, adjacent to the
Napier Golf Course. Outside the village stand a number of unusual looking pou,
symbolising the eclectic mix of art and craft, traditional and contemporary, Maori
and Pakeha culture, which is at its heart. Within this rustic setting are
workshops, studios and accommodation for a diverse group of artists and
artisans, who work alongside one another in the spirit of mutual respect and cooperation.
“Mixing It Up”, showcases the variety and quality of the work produced by the
group, for example, a wooden patu, by master carver, Hugh Tareha. Well-known
ceramic artist, Mandy Olson, has produced new whimsical clay sculptures for the
show. Renowned potter, John Gisborne, has collaborated with emerging artist
Morag Shaw to create a stunning octopus pot. Shaw, an EIT Visual Arts graduate,
has included a drawing from her involvement in the recent Pangeaseed, Napier
Sea Walls mural project. A playful and intriguing painting by emerging artist,
Kaye McGarva, requires viewers to don a pair of 3D specs to enjoy the effect.
Susan Mabin, another EIT graduate, fresh from her artist residency in Iceland,
has presented two works of poignancy and complexity in the form of a painting
and sculptural assemblage. Flax weaver and tutor, Rhonda Lidgard,
demonstrates her immense talent with intricate woven kete. Lidgard, along with
Mabin, has been chosen to feature in a soon to be published book highlighting
the work of 25 NZ women artists. Also of note is the hand woven rug depicting
scenes of Napier, and gorgeous felt bags by fibre artist Heather Turner. These
diverse works, along with the sumptuously carved female forms by the multi
talented Chris Elliot, are just some of the highlights of this group show.
During the course of the exhibition there will be live demonstrations from 12 to
2pm most days. Rhonda Lidgard will be flax weaving on Friday lunchtimes, while
Mandy Olson will be clay sculpting Saturday April16. Contact CAN (06 8359448)
for more details.
For details regarding craft workshops, visit the Taradale Pottery Facebook page
and press “ Like”. For flax weaving, telephone Rhonda Lidgard, 06 8452450 and
Heather Turner, 06 8445645, for fibre art. For everything else visit the Waiohiki
Arts Village website: http://www.waiohikiartsvillage.com/.

Waiohiki Charity Art Auction

WE want to build a commnuity facility at Waiohiki as the fulcrum for a 21st Century community, founded on Maori values but inclusive of all and any New Zealander who wants to contribute. The facility will contain a multi-purpose events centre, an educational facility, and a traditional meeting house.

To do this we need to raise $10,000,000.00 over the next decade, and these efforts were started with the Waiohiki Charity Art Auction held at Band , in Ossian St Ahuriri, on Thursday 29th September 2011.

The fifth annual Waiōhiki Charity Art Auction  raised funds towards a fantastic new Marae Complex for Ngāti Pārau as the fulcrum for a 21st Century New Zealand community at Waiōhiki. Your support  contributed towards plans to  build a facility  and  also contributed to the cultural strength of our region and to the vitality of our shared nation.

We had an evening of treats for you. Our venue was at Band in Ossian Street Ahuriri is close to one of Ngāti Pārau’s former pa sites and we  gave the street a feel of that past. The pa gates opened at 6.00pm and under the marquee, with a drink in hand, we had a chance to savour some indigenous cuisine (kai you may never have tried before) and listened to the sweet sounds of Tigi Ness and his son Che Fu backed by our own youthful musicians.

And that’s before you even got in the door! At 6.30pm sharp we were  formally called into the venue, and, led by our guest of honour Kevin Roberts, we made our way to appointed places and settled down for an unforgettable evening of music, song, laughter, exquisite food, fine wine and the chance to purchase spirit-lifting artworks from both established and up-and-coming artists.

Between the stanzas of the auction you  listened to one of Melbourne’s most accomplished jazz pianists Ngāti Pārau’s own Harril Mullany, with the John Redman Trio. And, as a relish, you  heared our favourite crooner Frankie Stevens.

 

THE ARTISTS
Sandy Adsett, Tom Allan, Peter Baker, Jo Blogg, Richard Brimer, John Bucklow, Brian Culy,
Leanne Culy, Katarina Drengubiak, Russell Evenson, Fane Flaws, Dick Frizzell, John Gisborne,
Kim Hands, Cat Haslam, Roberta Hawaikirangi, Gabrielle Henderson, Anneliese Hough, Stuart Howe,
Roger Kelly, Helen Mason, Para Matchitt, Ross Mitchell-Anyon, Mandy Olson, Anton Parsons,
Ben Pearce, Howell Person, Martin Poppelwell, Jono Rotman, Hugh Tareha, Riks Terstappen, Hooly Thin,
Jeff Thomson, Heather Turner, Jacob Scott, Tish Scott, Bridget Sutherland, Marc Vigor-Brown.

Under the whip of auctioneer Chris Tremain.

Attending bidders and absentee bidders refered to www.waiōhiki.co.nz for details individual tickets $150 plus gst or book a table of ten.

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P.O. Box 7331
Taradale

1184 State Highway 50
WAIOHIKI
RD3 - Napier

(06) 845 1698

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