Te Ha o te Marama by Simon Kaan and Wi Taepa

Te Ha o te Marama

Simon Kaan and Wi Taepa

13 July to 08 August 2021

Simon Kaan’s work is discernible; contemplative landscapes with split horizon lines, inky washes of colour and reoccurring motifs have become synonymous with his name. Wi Taepa is a master of Maori clay art, with a career spanning over 30 years. Taepa is celebrated for his unique practice - his works are predominantly hand built using coil, slab or pinch pot techniques.

Upcoming Room 1

New Work

Liam Gerrard

10/08/21 to 06/09/21

Liam Gerrard’s latest exhibition offers a contemporary take on the 17th century still life vanitas which served to remind the viewer of the fragility and transcience of life.

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Light Years

Scott Gardiner

08/09/21 to 03/10/21

When examining the history of Scott Gardiner’s practice it becomes obvious there are certain themes which run through out his oeuvre. Time, temporality and the search for meaning key among them.

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Viewing Room by multiple artists

Viewing Room

multiple artists

13 July to 08 August 2021

Julie Cromwell, Freeman White, Mickey Smith, and Ray Haydon..

Upcoming Room 2

Each to each

Stephen Ellis

10/08/21 to 05/09/21

Stephen Ellis has always posed objects on tabletops to create small worlds for his drawings. Now the pandemic has given the domestic interior and the still life a new significance – the world becomes smaller for all of us.

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Without End

Teresa HR Lane

08/09/21 to 03/10/21

Teresa HR Lane is interested in rearranging the world, obscuring our gaze with her wry sense of humour and ease at inciting the surreal.

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