There & Back
Open from 2nd of March – 30th March 2019
This work is 100 images of Colin McCahon presented as beautiful brooches made of engraved coloured metal, and each one is individually numbered and signed by the artist.
Village Arts invites you to our summer exhibition – Waenganui: spaces in-between. This exhibition features painting, ceramics, glass, sculpture, photography, fibre, carving and print from the arts graduates of the North.
‘We’re living in a strange time’
Making an artwork is a journey and the finished piece is a story unfolding before our eyes; though each person’s perception of the narrative is their own.
‘Heading for a strange shore’
Start out thinking of what you want to say then search for ways of saying it. Collage is one way to begin a visual conversation; drawing and painting complete the picture.
‘Climbing on the strangest ladder that was ever there to climb’
Objects have a way of inhabiting the space around you and quietly suggesting other worlds running parallel to yours. They often reject ownership and even long for a small piece of vacant land in which to change with time.