Monthly Archives: October 2010

Featured Artist – Lynsay Raine

Collections of visual imagery is often the starting point of my practice. Architecture, tools, machinery, mass produced objects and anything of an industrial nature often attract my eye. Materials are selected after a rigorous process of sketching, reconfiguring and re-assembling … Continue reading

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Featured Artist – Sharon Fitness

Observation One: This one is different from that one.  Does one always need to be better? Observation Two: You have to learn the rules before you can break them properly. Observation Three: I think it was Mrs White in the … Continue reading

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Featured Artist – Tatjana Panyoczki

I have kept these lint thingee’s in my studio for a number of years, amongst other resource materials, found objects and collections, waiting for the right brief to knock at my door. The time has come. Within these woven threads … Continue reading

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Featured Artist – Jacqui Chan

DEAR TO US: A converstation in multiple parts. Dark reflections on iron sand beaches. Billowing black smoke from the off-shore rig. Deep red earth of the central desert. The steep stepped sides of a giant pit. Lone cabbage trees in rolling … Continue reading

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Featured Artist – Selina Woulfe

As a Contemporary Jeweller, Selina Shanti Woulfe focuses on the social interaction that can occur around an object when it is used as a psychological trigger. By treating skin as a material to be manipulated, Woulfe is able to explore the physical … Continue reading

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Featured Artist – Rachel Bell

Rachel Bell completed a Bachelor of Design (honours) at Unitec, Auckland, in 2006, majoring in Three Dimensional – Contemporary Jewellery. Alongside exhibition and collaboration she is currently finishing a Masters of Design by Project – tentatively titled ʻPseudo-utilitarian jewels: fragmentation, function … Continue reading

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Featured Artist – Renee Bevan

“Transforming imagery and materials entrenched with an abundance of history and meaning I exaggerate and play on their existing connotations.” Renee Bevan TRAINING 2002             The University of Auckland, Bachelor of Visual Arts 1999                Manukau Institute of Technology, Certificate … Continue reading

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