Close quick menu

Ashburton Art Gallery

327 West St

Ashburton | 7700

P | 03 308 1133

E | info@ashburtonartgallery.org.nz

Gallery Hours

Open Daily: 10am - 4pm

Wednesday: 10am - 7pm

Closed Good Friday, Anzac Morning and Christmas day

Map
m

18 May - 14 June 2020

The creators’ room

awards exhibition

The Creators’ Room is an organisation which aims to provide senior Visual Artist students (Year 11-13) with a…

LEARN MORE

7 March - 31 May 2020

Zonta Ashburton Female Art Awards 2020

Congratulations to Janna van Hasselt for winning ZAFAA20 with her beautiful ceramic work Totter.  More information here. This award exhibition…

LEARN MORE

7 March - 31 May 2020

the trappings of ghosts

Melissa Macleod

After winning the Zonta Ashburton Female Art Award in 2019, Melissa Macleod returns to the Ashburton Art Gallery…

LEARN MORE

28 November 2019 - May 2020

AWEIGH

David Rickard

Aweigh; The anchor is said to be aweigh immediately when it is clear of the bottom of the…

LEARN MORE

19 January - 23 February 2020

the small print 2019

Print Council Aotearoa New Zealand

Print Council of Aotearoa New Zealand (PCANZ) is a member run, national non-profit organisation that promotes fine art…

LEARN MORE

8 DECEMBER 2019 - 8 MARCH 2020

DRAWN TO SOUND

Hannah Joynt and Jane Venis

Hannah Joynt is a contemporary drawing practitioner who works in a range of media, processes and scales. Jane…

LEARN MORE

28 November 2019 - 20 February 2020

echoes from the sound barrier

David Rickard

Contemporary artist David Rickard returns home for a solo exhibition in Ashburton. Echoes from the Sound Barrier will…

LEARN MORE

13 NOVEMBER 2019 - 10 JANUARY 2020

NATURE REVEALED

DEBBIE LAMBERT

Local painter Debbie Lambert’s solo exhibition Nature Revealed has been two years in the making and captures the…

LEARN MORE

4 - 15 November 2019

Replicating Rodin | Sculpting the figure

In conjunction with the touring show, Remembering Rodin/Te Whakamahara ki a Rodin, visitors are invited to come in and…

LEARN MORE

10 August - 3 November 2019

AEIOU – Explore the Māori Alphabet

AEIOU is an entertaining, family exhibition all about the Māori alphabet. Enjoy learning Māori words through a diverse…

LEARN MORE

25 August - 22 September 2019

Gathering of Threads

Ashburton Embroiderers' Guild

Forty-seven years ago an advert in the window of an Ashburton craft shop in The Triangle established the…

LEARN MORE

28 SEPTEMBER - 22 NOVEMBER 2019

REMEMBERING RODIN

French sculptor Auguste Rodin is one of the world’s most well-known artists, and his work had a profound…

LEARN MORE

11 July - 16 August 2019

Atlas of Nowhere

Marjan Verstappen

Marjan Verstappen’s practice encompasses drawing, sculpture, photography, and working with communities. Through these actions she explores concepts of…

LEARN MORE

11 May 2019

Stronger Together | Celebrating Diversity

As our country comes to terms with the mosque shootings of 15 March, we have seen the overflowing…

LEARN MORE

2 July - 26 July 2019

Ashburton Society of Arts | 55th Annual Exhibition

Now in its 55th year this popular annual awards exhibition by the Ashburton Society of Arts features over…

LEARN MORE

6 May - 2 July 2019

A Life Less Ordinary

Born from research towards her Master of Media Arts, Humby is intrigued by the beauty of everyday objects in nature and the poetic potential in the ordinary. The exhibition is comprised of various objects of naturalia, artificialia, exotica and mirabilia all presented in juxtaposition to one another.

LEARN MORE

Until 5 May

Croactus

Tony Bond

Christchurch-based artist Tony Bond has brought some playfulness to our foyer space with his wall installation Croactus comprised of 51 colourful ceramic sculptures.

LEARN MORE

18 April - 18 June 2019

In Your Likeness

In conjunction with the prestigious Adam Portraiture Award exhibition, we will be celebrating our creative community through an interactive exhibition which invites visitors to create a portrait. Visitors will be guided through the basic techniques of creating a portrait and their finished works will be added to the exhibition alongside portraits from the Gallery’s art collection.

LEARN MORE

17 April - 18 June 2019

2018 Adam Portraiture Award

It is New Zealand’s most prestigious portraiture competition which boasts a major cash prize of $20,000 and attracts national recognition. The award is generously sponsored by the Adam Foundation and is one of the country’s longest running art prizes.

LEARN MORE

2 March - 7 April 2019

Zonta Ashburton Female Art Award 2019

This annual award exhibition is especially for female visual artists working in the wider Canterbury area. It acknowledges excellence in emerging and mid-career female artists as well as providing a platform for female youth.

LEARN MORE

1st March - 7th April 2019

Towards Another Figure

Emma Fitts has increasingly focused her attention on developing her textile practice since taking out the Premier Award…

LEARN MORE

21 January - 22 February 2019

Fluid Scapes

SANDRA HUSSEY

ARTIST TALK AND OPENING
SUNDAY 20TH JANUARY AT 2PM
For this exhibition Sandra Hussey has been drawn to a palette inspired by the New Zealand landscape and waterways. She experiments with the physical qualities of paint, with her works being constructed like a collage, working both directly on the canvas and also layering skins of paint onto the surface of the canvas.

LEARN MORE

5 November- 10 February 2019

Snark: A Victorian Odyssey

David Elliot

We welcome the imagination of David Elliot to the Gallery with his exhibition Snark: A Victorian Odyssey which explores the mystery behind his award-winning book Snark. Through the “evidence” presented in this curious collection of illustrations and artifacts Elliot invites us to investigate what really happened on the Snark expedition.

LEARN MORE

19 November 2018- 17 February 2019

The Process of Place

Clive Humphreys

This exhibition of large charcoal and watercolour works explore sites of forest remants and bush on Waiheke Island. Clive Humphreys has spent years studying and learning from the British watercolourists and this is evident in the works in this solo show.

LEARN MORE

20 February - 28 April 2019

Truth or Consequences

The five artists selected for the 2018 CIRCUIT artists’ film commissions all use the moving image to confront the complexity and fragility of reality. Their formal techniques and topical concerns are diverse, but they all share an interest in exploring how a documentary impulse can facilitate an encounter with our shared world.

LEARN MORE

19 November 2018- 13 January 2019

Complement and Contrast

Works from the Gallery Collection

Over the summer period we will present the Gallery’s growing collection with our exhibition, Complement and Contrast which brings to light old favourites along with new acquisations from the past.

LEARN MORE

27 September - 11 November

A Celebration

Malcolm Harrison

This wonderful exhibition highlights the life and work of one of New Zealand’s most acclaimed textile artists Malcolm Harrison (1941-2007) showcasing works sourced from the artist’s own personal collection.

LEARN MORE

20 October - 11 November 2018

Ashburton Sculpture Symposium 2018

For a second time the Gallery has partnered with the Ashburton Sculpture Symposium (formerly the Ashburton Stone Sculpture Symposium) to support this special event which brings eleven sculptors from across New Zealand and from overseas to Ashburton.

LEARN MORE

14 November 1:00-6:00pm

Muka Youth Prints 2018

No Adults Allowed!

We are very excited that Muka Youth Prints is back at the Ashburton Art Gallery for one day only on the 9th of November 12:00-6:00pm. The project is based around the concept that the best way to make young people acquainted with contemporary art is to get real works of art into their hands.

LEARN MORE

25 August- 14 October

Emergence

David Green

Dunedin-based artist David Green will created an immersive and experiemental space for our visitors in the Carr Family…

LEARN MORE

6 August - 1 September

Celebrat8ion

Barbara Jaine

This exhibition is the result of over four decades of art-making by local artist Barbara Janie. It celebrates the various subjects and mediums she has experimented with over the years.

LEARN MORE

6-31 August 2018

(un)conditional IV

Armstrong, Vea and Hewson

Armstrong, Vea, and Hewson have made new work responding to the (Un)conditional series of exhibitions, which explores the concepts of hosting, being a guest, trade, exchange, reciprocity, utu, and manaakitanga, as well as Ashburton as a particular site.

LEARN MORE

5 July - 18 August

snapdash!

Janna van Hasselt and Harley Peddie

This site-specific exhibition by Christchurch-based duo Janna van Hasselt and Harley Peddie will transform the Carr Family Gallery into a space where two and three dimensions collide. This playful exhibition combines painting and sculpture and engulfs the viewer in bright pattern.

LEARN MORE

3 - 27 July

ASA 54th Annual exhibition

Group exhibition

Now in its 54th year this popular annual awards exhibition by the Ashburton Society of Arts features over 400 artworks from local, national and guest artists in a variety of categories.

LEARN MORE

12 April - 22 June

The Water Project

Group exhibition

Thirteen New Zealand artists have responded to the invitation to ‘be the water’ and create new work which challenge, inspire and call to action every individual inhabiting the natural world.

LEARN MORE

3 March - 31 March 2018

ZAFAA18

Awards Exhibition

This awards exhibition presented by The Zonta Club of Ashburton in partnership with the Ashburton Art Gallery highlights the work of emerging and mid-career female artists based in Canterbury.

LEARN MORE

3 March - 31 March 2018

Memory of place takes flight

Fiona Van Oyen

Fiona Van Oyen’s solo exhibition Memory of Place Takes Flight is an extension on her striking multi-panel work I think this is part of my garden…, which took out the Premier Award for ZAFAA17.

LEARN MORE

9 October - 28 March 2018

Landlines

Juliet Novena Sorrel

For severals days from the 30th of September Dunedin based artist Juliet Novena Sorrel will use observational drawing and mapping as tools for exploring Mid-Canterbury’s natural identity.

LEARN MORE

28 January - 4 March 2018

Forever Young

Heather Sarin

This exhibition of recent work by local artist Heather Sarin explores the wonders and excitement of discovering something new. Sarin has made work across a variety of mediums including drawing, painting, collage and printmaking.

LEARN MORE

22 January-24 February

depARTment

Past and Present students of art

depARTment draws together the artwork of current and
post-secondary school students with the aim to highlight the value of the art programmes in our school curriculum.

LEARN MORE

20 November-21 January 2018

In Splendour Moot, Adornment Re-framed

Elfi Spiewack

The amalgamation of the past and present is reflected in Lyttelton-based contemporary jeweller Elfi Spiewack’s exhibition. Jewellery has always been worn as a symbol of self-expression and identification even if the meaning, purpose, materials and designs have changed drastically over the centuries.

LEARN MORE

12 November- 14 January 2018

New Perspectives on Landscape

Fiona Van Oyen, Sue Pearce, Robyn Bardas, Miranda Joseph, Hannah Joynt

New Perspectives is a group exhibition of fiive recent Masters of Fine Art graduates from the Dunedin School of Art, Fiona Van Oyen, Sue Pearce, Robyn Bardas, Miranda Joseph, and Hannah Joynt.

LEARN MORE

21 September-12 November 2017

pigs, penguins and polecats

David Elliot

Whether hiding in the margins or taking centre stage, animals make regular visits to
David Elliot’s imaginative world and provide ongoing visual inspiration for his stories
and illustrations.

LEARN MORE

10 September- 5 November

Young Country

Kerry Hines, photographs by William Williams

Young Country is a exhibition that brings together nineteenth-century photography and contemporary poetry to offer a new and often surprising view of New Zealand’s past. Combining the talents of poet, writer and researcher Kerry Hines and the photographic images of William Williams which have been reproduced by international recognised photographer Wayne Barrar.

LEARN MORE

1 October- 5 November 2017

Impressions

Local group exhibition

This exhibition celebrates the work of 10 local landscape painters who capture the awe-inspiring scenery of Canterbury. For these artists paintings are made on site in the traditional nature of landscape painting.

LEARN MORE

18 January- September 2017

Doofus a.k.a Assemble, Disassemble, Reassemble

Mark Braunias

Contemporary artist Mark Braunias has made a work directly on the foyer wall over 10 days in Jaunary. This large painting goes by the nickname ‘Doofus’

LEARN MORE

6 August- 24 September

Forest Lives

Anya Sinclair

Forest Lives is a solo exhibition of newly made works by Anya Sinclair which explore the forest as a fictional environment.

LEARN MORE

17 July-10 September

Unless

Annabel Menzies-Joyce

Taking inspiration from the much loved children’s book The Lorax by Dr. Seuss, Christchurch artist Annabel Menzies-Joyce’s solo exhibition brings together a new body of work inspired by her ongoing investigation into our natural environment and responsibility to protect it.

LEARN MORE

6 August- 3 September

The Joy of Stitching

Ashburton Embroiderers' Guild

This popular biennial exhibition showcases a vast selection of work from members of the Ashburton Embroiderers’ Guild. Members are invited to submit pieces which demonstrate the wide variety of styles and techniques currently being applied by embroiderers.

LEARN MORE

4-28 July

ASA 53RD Exhibition

Group show

This annual exhibition by the Ashburton Society of Arts, now in its 53rd year features artwork from local, national and guest artists in a variety of categories.

LEARN MORE

21 May- 24 June

Variations For Troubled hands

Steve Carr

Sculptor, photographer and film artist Steve Carr will  captivate local audiences with a large-scale exhibition set to take over all Gallery spaces this autumn. Variations for  Troubled Hands will bring together three projects by Carr from 2014, 2015 and 2017, and will coincide with the launch  of a new publication by the artist.

LEARN MORE

25 March - 7 May

Uncovered

The Ashburton Licensing Trust Collection

Recently the Gallery accepted responsibilty to store and care for a majority of artworks held by the Ashburton Licensing Trust under the conditions of a long term loan. ‘Uncovered’ brings to light a selection of works formerly seen scattered amongst the public spaces of the Ashburton Hotel.

LEARN MORE

1 April - 7 May

Portraits

John Badcock

Renowned Geraldine painter John Badcock will have a solo exhibition of recent portraits at the Ashburton Art Gallery this Autumn. The subject of portraiture is one that Badcocks has frequented throughout his career which spans more than 30 years.

LEARN MORE

9 April- 7 MAy

Faces and Places

An interactive, evolving exhibition

Join us for an exhibition which explores your unique identity and place in the world. You will be both the artist and the subject of this exhibition as we explore portraits and landscapes.

LEARN MORE

4 March - 2 April 2017

ZAFAA 2017

The Zonta Club of Ashburton in partnership with the Ashburton Art Gallery present a new Canterbury focused all female art award with the ‘Zonta All Female Art Award’ (ZAFAA) exhibition. 

LEARN MORE

30 January - 26 March 2017

The Blurred Fringes of the Hyperbolic

Michael Armstrong

With over four decades of exhibition history, South Canterbury artist Michael Armstrong will be returning to Ashburton fo a solo exhibition in 2017.

LEARN MORE

26 February- 19 March

Mayfield Residence

The Social

Ten members from ‘The Social’ will occupy the op shop Overflow, in Mayfield for two days. Over this time they will accumulate the materials for their exhibition and will interact with local residents. Their experiences will form the identity of their show and the objects for their installation.

LEARN MORE

30 January - 25 February 2017

Strange Attractor

James Robinson

Strange Attractor is an exciting body of  work by Dunedin based painter James Robinson. This exhibition brings together a selection of paintings and works on paper along with a visual diary containing additional drawings which inform the completed works.

LEARN MORE

5 November-29 January 2017

Yours and Ours

recent Gifts to the Gallery

Over the summer period we will be celebrating the generosity of individual donors and supporters of the Gallery through Yours and Ours, an exhibition of recent gifts to the permanent collection.

LEARN MORE

11 December-22 January 2017

I am / We are

Nigel Brown

Nigel Brown has been at the forefront of contemporary New Zealand painting since his emergence as an artist in the 1970s. This selection of artworks, spanning 35 years of his career so far, presents diverse subjects that are all explored in Brown’s distinctive and enduring style.

LEARN MORE

9 October- 4 December

Painter

Euan Macleod

Euan Macleod Painter is the first major touring exhibition of Macleod’s work on this side of the Tasman. Christchurch-born, but resident in Sydney since the early 1980s, Euan Macleod has produced a singular, remarkable and gripping body of work.

LEARN MORE

18 September-30 October

Everyday Things

A Video group show

This exhibition features video works that look at ordinary actions and comprises six films which highlight the strange, surprising and humorous everyday moments. It features artists Angela Tiatia, Seung Yul Oh, Daniel Von Sturmer, Steve Carr, Layne Waerea and Kate Woods.

LEARN MORE

11 August- 25 September 2016

Drain the swamp. Cut the wood, put up the flagpole

Cheesman, Greenbank & Youle

With strong connections to Ashburton and the wider Canterbury region, contemporary artists Jacquelyn Greenbank, Iain Cheesman and Wayne Youle join forces in a collaborative multi-disciplinary installation specifically created for the Ashburton Art Gallery.

LEARN MORE

11 August- 25 Spetember

Revisiting the Magic

David Elliot | The Word WItch

We will be revisiting the magic of Word Witch with a mix of seen and unseen illustrations by David. Be prepared to be spellbound and have your imagination tickled all over again.

LEARN MORE

1 August- 11 September

Six artist respond to the poetry of Joanna Margaret Paul

New Zealand Artists

‘Six Artists respond to the poetry of Joanna Margaret Paul’ is an exhibition of short moving image works each inspired by a selection of Paul’s poetry. This exhibition celebrates the significance of Paul’s work which offer a catalyst for a collection of new film works.

LEARN MORE

until 3 September 2016

Their Name Liveth

Commemorating our fallen

This project centres specifically on Mid-Canterbury soldiers who lost their lives in service to World War One.

LEARN MORE

26 June - 24 July

Through A Different Lens / Film Work

by Joanna Margaret Paul

This exhibition curated by Peter Todd, Through a different lens makes available a selection of 13 films by Joanna Margaret Paul which until now have had limited exposure. Joanna Margaret Paul (1955-2003) was a prolific artist with an inter-disciplinary practice.

LEARN MORE

21 May - 25 June 2016

Kermadec

Lines in the ocean

In May 2011 nine artists were invited to voyage upon the HMNZS Otago from Devonport Naval Base in Auckland, northward through the Kermadec region, toward the Kingdom of Tonga. The ‘seariders’ were selected because of their connection to the Pacific, through art, ancestry, upbringing and everyday life.

LEARN MORE

21 May- 19 June

When Worlds Collide!

Rachel Ratten

This is a solo exhibition of new work by Timaru based artists Rachel Ratten. Ratten recently completed a Masters of Fine Arts with distinction from the University of Canterbury and has spent the past three years focussing in her professional development as a painter.

LEARN MORE

3 April-14 May

Recent Works

Jan Chaffey

Tai Tapu artist Jan Chaffey will bring to light the fragility and beauty of our native flora and fauna in her upcoming exhibition in Ashburton. Taking inspiration from a life devoted to our “inherited environment” Chaffey explores the remarkable nature of New Zealand native plants.

LEARN MORE

3 April-14 May

Bosshard Browne Collection & Drawings

Jeffrey Harris

This exhibition showcases a private collection of work from one of our country’s most powerful painters, Jeffrey Harris, collected by his friend and former dealer Patricia Bosshard Browne.

LEARN MORE

9 April - 13 May

Yokohama Linework

Shaun Gladwell

Australian artist Shaun Gladwell work Yokohama Linework combines to unlikely disciplines skateboarding and the act of drawing. Yokohama Lineworks is a performance and video work which captures a sixteen minute journey as Gladwell skates through the street of Yokohama.

LEARN MORE

5 March- 3 April

Static No. 16 (fisher-yates shuffle)

Daniel Crooks

New media artist Daniel Crooks and the Chartwell Collection will be Ashburton for the first time, with Static No.16 (fisher-yates shuffle).

LEARN MORE

30 January - 27 March 2016

ANZAC

LAURENCE ABERHART

For more than three decades, Laurence Aberhart has been photographing World War One memorials that include a single figure in New Zealand and Australia. This exhibition commemorates the centenary of WWI.

LEARN MORE

23 May 2015 - 18 March 2016

The Great Bridge Brouhaha

David Elliot

Inspired by the mischievous Nor’west wind and the creation of the first Ashburton Bridge, David Elliot’s The Great Bridge Brouhaha is a temporary, site-specific drawing.

LEARN MORE

16 January - 28 February 2016

Bodytok Quintet

A sonicsfromscratch production

Bodytok Quintet is a compelling, interactive, five-screen portrayal of human sonic ingenuity and non-verbal expression.

LEARN MORE

11 November 2015 - 24 January 2016

TONGA ‘I ONOPOONI

TONGA CONTEMPORARY

The Ashburton Art Gallery is delighted to present Tonga ‘i Onopooni: Tonga Contemporary an exhibition of work by thirteen Tongan New Zealand artists toured by Pataka. From sculpture to painting, photography, video and installation, the exhibition showcases the strength and vitality of their work.

LEARN MORE

21 November 2015 - 10 January 2016

Matakaea, Shag Point

Robyn Webster and Bernadette Hall

Christchurch based multimedia artist Robyn Webster collaborates with writer/poet Bernadette Hall in her exhibition Matakaea, Shag Point. This show explores Webster and Hall’s uncovering and discovering of Shag Point a site which is rich in history 15km South of Moeraki.

LEARN MORE

26 September - 15 November

Forged

Johanna Zellmer

Jeweller Johanna Zellmer’s interest in national identities and cross-cultural matters is explored in her exhibition Forged on show at the Ashburton Art Gallery. Her work for this show is constructed from commemorative coins that reflect a period of German History.

LEARN MORE

5 September - 3 November

Stealing Lines: Drawing from the Collection

This exhibition showcases drawings from the collection alongside new site specific works created by two contemporary artists Michael Armstrong and Natalia Saegusa.

LEARN MORE

1 August - 27 September

Titokowaru’s Dilemma

Marian Maguire

The protagonist of Marian Maguire’s new print series is an impressive figure of nineteenth-century Taranaki. Titokowaru was a trained Maori tohunga but a Christian convert; an advocate of peace but an outstanding military strategist; a powerful and charismatic leader but one who lost the support of his followers.

LEARN MORE

28 August - 20 September

Zonta Youth Art Awards

Zonta Club Ashburton

The Zonta Club of Ashburton in conjunction with the Ashburton Art Gallery present the Zonta Youth Art Awards 2015. This exhibition promotes and supports creativity within Mid and South Canterbury by encouraging youth to express themselves artistically.

LEARN MORE

1 - 30 August

Spirit of Discovery

Robin Arnst

In local artist Robin Arnst’s exhibition Spirit of Discover we see the use of modern technology to capture paintings. Arnst has used a photocopier to alter the surface and visual effect of her own original paintings. This act of reworking and reprinting works opens a new direction for Arnst in this latest body of works on show.

LEARN MORE

1 August - 23 August

Threads In Harmony

Ashburton Embroiderers' Guild

This biennual exhibition of new works by the Ashburton Embroiderers’ Guild showcases a spectacular collaborative work that contributes to a nation wide project as well as individual works by the 35 Guild members.

LEARN MORE

6 - 26 July

51st ASA Exhibition

group show

This annual exhibition by the Ashburton Society of Arts, now in its 51st year features artwork from local, national and guest artists in a variety of categories.

LEARN MORE

23 May - 26 July 2015

Midnight Blooms

Tara Douglas

Light, colour and the obsessive cutting of paper flowers by Tara Douglas make up an installation that immerses the viewer, encasing them in a mysterious otherworldly environment.

LEARN MORE

23 May - 24 June 2015

Lesser-known tales

Works from the collection

Over the past 19 years The Ashburton Art Gallery has built an unique collection of work reflecting its geographical location. Each piece has a strong connection to Ashburton with a story to tell about the people, time and place.

LEARN MORE

23 May - 24th June 2015

Current Affairs

PHILIP TRUSTTUM

Renowned senior artist Philip Trusttum celebrates the opening of the new Ashburton Art Gallery with his opening show of recent paintings

LEARN MORE

22 December 2013 - 9 March 2014

Who am I?

Group show

Who Am I? is a unique and playful exhibition which focuses on identity through the art of portraiture. How someone sits in a portrait, their expression, what they are wearing, who they are with and what they are surrounded by can tell us a lot about a person.

LEARN MORE

16 November 2013- 2 February 2014

Henry’s Map

David Elliot

Henry is a very particular sort of pig. “A place for everything and everything in its place,” he always says. This loveable little pig will warm your heart and rekindle your love for children’s picture books.

LEARN MORE

3 August - 15 September 2013

All Women

Bev Short

Wellington-based photographer Bev Short has spent more than two years travelling the length and breadth of New Zealand capturing images of women who inspire her – the result is a collection of original and intimate portraits capturing the essence of Kiwi women.

LEARN MORE

6 July - 25 August 2013

Demolish

Ross Gray

Ross Gray is one of New Zealand’s most distinctive urban inspired artists, he is an advocate for the preservation of heritage buildings and his passion is reflected in his latest exhibition –Demolish.

LEARN MORE

11 May - 2 June 2013

Still/Life

Sarah Harper

Harper is a local artist who paints from her studio in Mt Somers. She explores her chosen subject with emotion and vigour. She says “My works are often a reflection of the struggle I have with the environment in which I have chosen to live. They are varied and very emotive.”

LEARN MORE