Mikel Durel: Stringed

    Mikel Durel Stringed Where sculpture meets music, a exhibition of instruments. “There is geometry in the humming of the strings, there is music in the spacing of the spheres” -Pythagoras Read Mikel’s Artist Statement Viewing until Friday the 27th April Please note the gallery will be closed ANZAC day, Wednesday 25th April     Meet the Artist: Mikel … Read More


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Mikel Durel: Stringed {Floortalk and live demonstration}

  Mikel Durel Stringed- Floortalk and live demonstration Meet the maker of the exquisite instruments of ‘Stringed’ and see them come to life. Saturday 14th April, Start time 11am (approximately an hour duration) Indicate your attendance to: sarah@spacestudiogallery.co.nz


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Terry Sarten: Singing Between the Lines

  Terry Sarten aka Tel Singing Between the Lines – Tel tells tales and sings songs This show, based on the set he has taken on tour to Germany, mixes words and music into a narrative that crosses borders, carried by voice and guitar. There will be new material; new songs new stories and snippets of the satirical newspaper columns … Read More


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Sian Rafferty: Nimble Fingers, Tiny Places

    Sian Rafferty Nimble Fingers, Tiny Places Embroidery artist Sian Rafferty explores our local wilderness through vintage textiles and your grandma’s china Viewing until 4th May Space Studio & Gallery   The Works: Sian Rafferty Nimble Fingers Tiny Places Statement  


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Laura Papple: The Oceans Within

  Laura Papple The Oceans Within The Oceans Within developed from the Icelandic word ‘Innsaei’ which has multiple meanings. One struck a chord with me ‘It can mean “the sea within” which is the borderless nature of our inner world, a constantly moving world of vision, feelings and imagination beyond words’. The Oceans Within is a body of work that focuses … Read More


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Classical Remains: New Pencil Drawings by Michael Haggie

  Classical Remains New pencil drawings by Michael Haggie As an artist, I am depicting the viewer and the viewed object; sometimes the people depicted are looking out towards us, the viewers. On the surface, this exhibition appears to be all about museum sculptures and artefacts. However in some drawings, people are lying down close to the objects. There are … Read More


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Paint {A group exhibition}

    Paint {A group exhibition curated by Sarah Williams} Glen Hutchins/ Peter Ireland/ Lorraine Webb/ Prakash Patel/ Patrick Cush/ Paul Rayner/ Caitlyn Mackley/ Ben Dingle/ Jodi Clark Viewing until 8th of June To read the full details/artist statements click here: PAINT Artist Statements   The works:     Works In-Situ:


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Kirk Nicholls- Imprints of the Serpent Gods

    Kirk Nicholls Imprints of the Serpent Gods This work combines classically sculpted art objects from the “High art” tradition with mass produced overlooked discarded objects. The Resurrection of these objects with their histories positions itself on a line between naivety and intellect. Viewing until the 2nd February   The Works:


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Leigh Anderton-Hall- The Lichen Dinner Service

  Leigh Anderton-Hall The Lichen Dinner Service Lichen a quiet fascination for many of us, seen on walks about town, in the bush and your own garden. Many lace like, dangly shapes and colours of growth are often right next to each other. There are present in bold yellow oranges with subtle turquoises through to verdant greens. They are a … Read More


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