If you love original art prints at an affordable price then you would have heard of Endemicworld; the shop/gallery/online store dedicated to promoting the work of NZ artists both here and abroad.
My latest cactus and succulent series have been well received, thanks in part to the guys at endemic’s superb framing, and have just about all sold out!
To have a look you’ll have to drop in to their store @ 62 Ponsonby Road or keep an eye on their website for new work:
So pleased to have had the chance to explore the possibilities of drypoint etching with master printmaker Alexis Neal at Kumeu Arts Centre, 25 & 26 June, 2016. Learnt a lot is a very short time. Thanks Creative Communities for funding this amazing workshop!
These two will be part of a Fundraising event for the Upsidedowns Trust called ARTiculate -a picture is worth a thousand words. 18 May – 12 June, The Lake House, Takapuna.
I was lucky enough to have the amazing opportunity to be inspired during a 4-day course with Master printmaker Michel Tuffery. I Learnt about multi-block and rotation block printing, how to create depth, texture and greys through different cutting techniques. This is what I came up with…….
“Datura”, 2016, 200mm x 200mm
As part of a recent exhibition at the Lakehouse, Takapuna, I was invited to explore ideas relating to heritage, which resulted in a series of cactus and succulent plants potted in quirky vessels, commonly part of most homes in Aotearoa.
This is an Aloe in a Royal Doulton mug.