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Rebecca Beyer

New Plymouth artist Rebecca Beyer is showing her colourful acrylic paintings from the 20th July until the 23rd August 2018

Rural Schools Rock

The local schools have got together to produce some wonderful artworks around the theme of "Working Together". These can be seen from the 24th August until the 27rd Sept 2018

The Sister and the Poet: Jerusalem

Patea artist MB Stoneman is a printmaker and writer who uses these media to explore the lives of two people who once lived on the banks of the Whanganui River. The Sister and the Poet runs from Sept 29th through to Nov 1st.

Pip Guthrie – The Path of the Dart: Whai-tara

Pip Guthrie, Taranaki photographer, has created a visual essay that explores the journey of Whare Matangi who followed a magic dart from Kāwhia to Waitara in search of his father, a local chief, Ngārue. This exhibition runs from November 3rd 2018 through to December 6th 2018.

Crows Can Count – Antonia O’Mahony

Antonia O’Mahony is a New Plymouth artist who works mainly in the traditional medium of etching. For this exhibition she has created a series of work based on the divinatory rhyme, Counting Crows. This exhibition runs from Jan 11th through to Feb 14th 2019.

Mark Bellringer – North Coast

Eltham photographer Mark Bellringer presents 'North Coast', an exhibition of selected works featuring Tongaporutu and Mokau. His photographs can be viewed from 15th February until 21st March.

Joni Murphy – Untamed

“Untamed” - Hortus Matres Series. Exhibition of semi-abstract paintings of New Zealand flora by Taranaki painter Joni Murphy. 22nd March - 25th April.

Alby Carter

Art Gallery

Taranaki artist living in Okato, who paints in the expressionist style. 26th April -30th May.

Dean Corbett

King Country contemporary artist painting with pattern. 31st May - 4th July.

Te Whatu

This exhibition gathers a group of people who whakapapa to Mōkau. They have come together to support Mōkau, holding onto a connection that draws them back to the river. The pull of the ancestors uplifts these weavers in the revitalisation of their craft. These humble weavers have been quietly learning the art of weaving. "We […]