Artists

Mat Scott

Mat Scott   New Zealand artist Mathew Scott graduated from the Wellington School of Design in 1991.  His creativity and aptitude for design has, over the past two decades, encompassed landscape and interior stone sculptures, invention of a new type of skateboard, abstract acrylic paintings and more recently feathers and shells carved from New Zealand…

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Vivian Keenan

My introduction to the craft of weaving came in the 1970s attending night classes in cane basket making. Throughout the 1980s I worked full-time as a basket maker attending craft shows throughout New Zealand. This work was predominantly Palembang pieces for practical everyday use. In the 1990s, building from these skills, I branched out into…

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Diana Peel

Diana Peel About my work. Flowers have always been a major source of inspiration to me. Incredible combination of colour and shape could never leave me indifferent. Since I moved to New Zealand, I was fascinated by the abundance of flowering plants all year round. In my style I try to express not so much…

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Julie Battisti

A Bit About Me I grew up in Melbourne, Australia and I found my love of art at school while seeking refuge amongst the coffee and heaters offered by the art department. I followed my interests at university where I completed a double degree in Visual  Arts/ International Relations at ANU.   Somehow after uni, I fell into…

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Richard Robinson

Richard Robinson Richard was born in 1975, originally a graphic designer. Richard started painting full time 2001. He is well known in New Zealand for his landscape paintings with much of his work residing now in private residences and corporate collections worldwide. More recently Richard has become a popular teacher through his instructional videos sold…

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Lyndy Wilson

Lyndy Wilson   Lyndy has a diverse range of styles but the strong use of colour is constant. Relying on instinct and intuition, paintings often evolve layer by layer. Bold gestural movements are counteracted by the need to put things in order. Art and creativity has always been a passion, painting in particular. Although mostly…

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Ann Skelly

Ann Skelly studied in England at Loughborough College where she received her Bachelor of Arts and Design majoring in ceramics. Ann has worked collectively in design, illustration and as a painter. Recent works include flowers rendered in a highly realistic manner. Reminiscent of well-known American artist Georgia O’Keeffe, Anna’s paintings are large scale, cropped botanical…

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Tania Dally

Tania is based on the Kapiti Coast near Wellington and can be found most days in her beachfront Boat Shed Studio in Raumati. Her paintings are mostly New Zealand landscapes – inspired by the incredibly beautiful and diverse scenery New Zealand has on offer. Tania likes to use colour, shape and form to capture a…

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Matt Palmer

Australian based Matt Palmer paints New Zealand from a nostalgic distance. Palmer describes his relationship with the New Zealand landscape as one of being “constantly drawn back to its dream-like qualities and emotional resonance. It is this subconscious, silent conversation that I find myself always coming back to.” In a meditative mode of working Palmer searches…

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Stephen Gould

Stephen is an emerging photographer who enjoys capturing New Zealand wildlife.

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Stephen Piper

Stephen Piper b. 1955 U.K. Stephen Piper began his working life backstage in the theatres of London’s West End in both lighting design and stage management. After much travelling, he eventually settled in New Zealand, and moved sideways into the film industry where he became an art director. At the same time, he picked up…

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Martin Bosch

Martin Bosch – Photographer Born in rural Wairarapa, I grew up on a farm however after I left school I moved to Wellington and have lived there ever since. I started photography as a hobby and ended up doing weddings and a few family portraits. When my two beautiful daughters arrived wedding photography couldn’t compete…

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