16/05/2019 - 19/05/2019
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Take 5 Art For Sale - Pop Up Gallery,
201 Dee Street,
Open Wednesday – Sunday 11am – 4pm
201 Dee Street (next to Lone Star)
Bios about the artists:
Impressionism is the basis for Margaret Palmer’s work. Colour, texture and movement in various mediums and subjects are an important aspect of her art. Margaret feels privileged to follow and fulfill her passion. She lives in Gore and in 2004 she graduated with a Diploma in Art and Creativity (Honours).
Peter Walker – is a talented Invercargill artist who paints with bold use of both vibrant and deep colours. The technique produces dramatic textures and features in his work. Peter has developed his style over several years and presents a highly sought after contemporary style.
Alice POTTINGER enjoys exploring her creative side with pops of vivid colour and design. Alice applies design talent and creativity to a number of mediums with energy and appeal. Alice is a local Invercargill artist inspired by her surroundings. Working with the flow and movement, she has spent time working with most mediums. Alice has developed her style over a number of years and enjoys the free form abstract she is currently creating.
Lynn GRACE is an artist living in Riverton. Almost all of her art is Southland NZ influenced she captures subjects such as rich mountain and river scenes and floral and forna. With our fantastic coastlines and beautiful southern skies she considers it a privilege to exhibit her work in a number of mediums.
Wayne EDGERTON is a self-taught artist and specialises in fantastic detailed Fiordland Scenes with rich colours,
light and drama.
Wayne is the owner of Gallery 65 Tuatapere Southland and has been developing his talent for over thirty years.
His work is appreciated and sold world wide
Leone MASON is creative in many areas with her art and her sensational clothing and designer wear. She has an eye for colour and form, as a result she produces provocative, inspiring work.
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