Fenton Arts Collective

Fenton Arts Collective

Art Gallery: What's On

Still showing in the gallery:

Attachments:

”The Whanganui-based artists featured in this exhibition are Keeley Eastwood (printmaking) and Bradley Mosen (photography).

AND Rhiannon Higgs

Exploring the way in which we have built our lives, and how this has tangibly been represented through the elements of a home.

Still showing in the gallery.

Rhonda Bunyan : Photographer.

"Touching the soul"

These big bold black and white photographs touch the soul of the Wellington, one of Bunyan’s favourite spots to wander with her camera. They capture a wondrously bright and interesting, and sometimes gritty and dark portrait of our capital city. Bunyan enjoys being the watcher, perched on the edge of someone else’s reality looking in with a keen eye. Lines and shapes, light and dark, dominate her work.                                                                                                                                                            

 

Still showing

Wellington based, award winning

photographer and artist

Bronwen Key

Temptuous.

Patea, St Taranaki

Now Showing 7th May Julia Newland  “Dances on the Earth”

Northland Painter, Julia Newland charts a journey through the amorphous landscape of human memory and connection. Her figures, still and solitary, silently reach across to speak to our own. A comprehensive collection of oil and mixed media paintings explore the emotions of women both contemporary and historically.

 

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Artists showing include:

Mark Bellringer, Diane Stoppard, Jennifer Patterson,Elizabeth Harrison,Jenny Bielawski, Michaela StonemanPeter Riddering, Ross Whitlock, Tony Green,Sas Prestney Margaret Springett and the following:

 

Still showing: a selection

John Crawford: Nature's Seasons in Classical Ceramic Forms & Lorna Woodd: Nature in Pastels.

Exhibition:  “Pas de Deux” Jo Stallard

Fenton Street Arts Collective. Upstairs

Using Shakespeare as the source, the series presents a unique interpretation of the relationships between the central couples from some of his well-known works.

 

Between exhibitions we have a photographic display of old Stratford.

The larger photographs have been re-digitalized at Puke-Ariki. This reveals details that had never been seen in the original photos as they were never enlarged.

These are a fascinating snapshot of Stratford and the landscape that dramatically transformed as bush was converted to pasture.

Life Drawing Free Sessions

Life Drawing running from 3.30pm to 5.30pm Sundays

Bring your own materials. Upstairs at Fenton Street Arts Collective.

Contact 02102992839 to register your

interest as there are limited spaces.

If you are interested in becoming a paid life model please contact Jo 0211870030

Supported by Creative Communities.