Whakatane artist Mandy Hague has won the inaugural Miles Art Award in 2010.
The colour yellow has the capacity to infect one's mood.
Lysaght surrounds her cosy model of suburbia with gargoyles
Maughan paints gardens, a theme that has made him nationally and internationally recognised.
Two cockerels stare beady-eyed at each other across the ring.
An exhibition that will not only delight, but inspire, the child in all of us.
Hanly's suite of work references Shakespeare's "all the world's a stage" monologue from As You Like It.
The Asian questions the significance of the original versus the copy.
Te Pūtahitanga ō Rehua is Reuben Paterson’s first digital animation
The Top Art Visual Arts is an exhibition of art folios that achieved Excellence in NCEA Level 3.
The importance of a small rustic cottage at Silverstream, near Wellington, to NZs first Impressionist painters.
Frances Hodgkins is considered one of New Zealand's most prestigious and influential painters.
A suite of life studies painted by Edward Bullmore mainly during his time in London, during the 1960s.
Reuben Paterson's glittering installation comes direct from the 6th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT) in Brisbane.
An exhibition by contemporary New Zealand artists who treat the canvas like a sculpture.
Harfleet and Sarten use their art to draw attention to social and political injustices.
Drawing is central to Jill Sorensen's work, it is a tool she uses to investigate two fundamental functions of the brain.
McLean works in a pseudo Surrealist style. His paintings operate on two levels.
The collection comprises 26 works that were collected by Kathleen Kirkby and her father, Sir Robert Anderson.
Deservedly known as the 'Queen of Kitsch', Judy Darragh works with ready made and utilitarian objects
Borell explores the theme of cultural connections through a series of large scale paintings.
The explores issues around migration. In surreal scenes we see bodies wrapped in plastic carry-bags washing up on Bondi Beach.
A suite of very contemporary works from The James Wallace Art Trust.
Mountain to the Sea is a celebration of the inspiration that the New Zealand landscape has been for ceramic artist Len Castle.
An exhibition of Contemporary Iranian Photography
In her 80th year, Doreen McNeill continues to paint with passion and gusto.
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