In this age of Ali Express and mass-produced rip-offs from Asia, it’s heartening to see a local business thriving by producing individual pieces that put authentic craftsmanship first.
Decorative artist Ross Lewis ‘love affair’ with wall space began when he was just four years old. Since then his art has developed and exploded across walls and ceilings.
An on-going artwork by John Radford has evolved into a wonderful and somewhat unintentional parody on the Auckland real estate market.
Artist and Silversmith Carlina Goffe has made her living as a maker for over four decades; a massive achievement and a huge contribution to the arts around the world.
We talk with Jade Bentley of Art Associates on the subject of living and working with art and ask what motivates her to be deeply engaged in this world of creativity.
Vanished Delft is an exhibition of diverse contemporary objects within the historia rooms of Auckland’s Pah Homestead, curated by Anna Miles.
Local artist Dean Tercel's relationship with Ponsonby and its surrounds has become an essential part of his creative being.
The inclusion of old-school style tattoo imagery combined with areas of bold flat colour brings an innocent yet challenging element to Sam's portraiture work.
An artist can make something that takes us somewhere we didn’t expect to go. This can be rejuvenating, and we all want that.
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