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28 Jan

A million things going on (Whoa), in the art scene

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Did ya know?  Waiheke is a killer art destination.  Some of the biggest names in NZ art live here – Chris Bailey, Virginia King, Fiona Pardington, to name a few.   We have a Community Art Gallery good enough to be listed in The New York Times prestigious book, 36 hours in Asia and the Pacific.  We have private sculpture parks that rival the best in the world. We have arguably the best juried sculpture event in NZ. Good? AMAZING!!

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Here’s a starter to get you going.  Art wise….

1.  Art Galleries

The Waiheke Community Art Gallery – Oneroa

Toi Gallery – Oneroa

Space Gallery – Oneroa

The Red Shed – Palm Beach

Palm Road Gallery – Ingrid Berzins, Palm Beach

Nikau Gallery – Onetangi

2. Art Studio’s

There are over 30 working artists on Waiheke who open their doors to the public.  Grab or download an Art Map from The Waiheke Community Art Gallery, from the iSite, or contact me and I’ll hook you up (they are free).

3.  World class Private Sculpture Parks – that allow public omission

Connells Bay

Dead Dog Bay

4.  Art events

Sculpture in the Gulf – bi annual

Sculpt Oneroa – annual

Winter Arts Festival – annual

Small Sculpture Prize – annual

Walker and Hall art award – annual

Enjoy!!  Get inspired.  Pass it on…..

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Emma Wright

at http://emmawright.co.nz

I want to live in a world where Art is big, holidays are long, and forgiveness is taught in schools. I play every day with colour, my kids + my partner. I play to smile, to giggle, to take myself less seriously. I paint about commitment + the choices we make. Which really means I paint about making the world a better place. Which really means I paint about LOVE. The basic facts & figures: I’ve sold over 500 paintings, to people all around the world. I've been featured in magazines and newspapers in 4 different countries. I've been published in the infamous 'New Zealand's favourite Artists'. The NZ Embassy in Haymarket, London has my art on display.

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