EXHIBITIONS

THE 29TH ANNUAL WALLACE ART AWARDS 2020: 8 April - 20 June 2021

Wallace Collection Gallery
8 April - 20 June 2021
You won’t want to miss this exhibition!
The annual Wallace Art Awards profile outstanding examples of contemporary New Zealand art. The aim of these important awards is to foster, honour and support the practices of visual artists. Over the years some of New Zealand’s most prominent artists have entered and the residencies awarded to the winners have transformed their career

ALICE ALVA : A MEANS TO AN END

Main Gallery
5 June - 4 July 

Opening 5 June 10am

Alice Alva is a multi-disciplinary visual artist and designer based in Te-Whanganui-a-Tara, Wellington, New Zealand, who works across drawing and illustration, embroidery and textiles, painting and graphic design.

Her work is informed by an interest in patterns, ornamentation, architecture and craft-based processes.


DIANNE BAKER : CONNECTIONS WITH LAND

Community Gallery
5 June - 4 July 

Opening 5 June 10am

21 paintings by artist Dianne Baker showcase people working with and enjoying their animals on the land, as well as a beekeeper and gardeners working in their respective environments. The work exhibited expresses the joy of connection with land as well as presenting images of the reality of rural life. 



Coming up in July: VALERIE CROMPTON: A LIFETIME OF CREATIVITY

Community Gallery
10 July - 1 August 

Opening 10 July 10.30am

Valerie Margaret Crompton (née Titchener) has been inspired by colour, design, fibres, fabrics, and threads since she could hold a needle. This collection draws from a lifetime of hand-made items collected by her daughters.

Coming up in July: RAEWYN WHALEY & ALEX WHALEY-SMITH : PRESENCE

Main Gallery
10 July - 1 August 
Opening 10 July 10.30am

In PRESENCE, two Waikato based artists join to present their respective series.
Raewyn Whaley's work from Cloud of Unknowing explores ideas of 'being' and contemplative thought through spontaneous undirected drawing & Alex Whaley-Smith works with embroidered figurative layering over painted layers of surfaces found in nature in her work from Storied lines.

Coming up in June: RECENT ACQUISITIONS BY THE WALLACE ARTS TRUST & JANE ZUSTERS – TE KARORO KARORO : A PLACE CALLED HOME : THE RED ZONE CLEARANCES : CHRISTCHURCH/ŌTAUTAHI

Wallace Arts Trust Collection Gallery

JUNE 23—12 SEPTEMBER 2021


 

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