Fenton Arts Collective
Fenton Arts Collective
Now showing in the gallery:
Attachments: 15th Jan - 4th February extended
”The Whanganui-based artists featured in this exhibition are Keeley Eastwood (printmaking) and Bradley Mosen (photography).
The exhibition is loosely based on a general theme of ‘nostalgia’, with featured works touching on inner themes of: memory; emotional attachment to objects, people, animals, places and ways of life; processing how it feels to love something and yet have to let it go; yearnings for an older, simpler way of being — as well as new life and new beginnings
AND Rhiannon Higgs 15th Jan - 4th February
Exploring the way in which we have built our lives, and how this has tangibly been represented through the elements of a home.
Now showing in the main gallery.
Rhonda Bunyan : Photographer. 5th Feb-11th March
"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.
Artists showing include:
Mark Bellringer, Diane Stoppard, Jennifer Patterson,Elizabeth Harrison,Jenny Bielawski,Peter Riddering, Ross Whitlock, Tony Green,Sas Prestney Margaret Springett and the following:
Partial Bodies: Cherie Dodds & Jo Stallard
The Human form through life drawing. Selected works still showing
Mark Bellringer's Hills and Bridges
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 running from 4-6pm Sundays Starting again the 17th February.
Bring your own materials.
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.