Linda Newall: Titanomagnetite Art Experience

Linda Newall: Titanomagnetite Art Experience

The Titanomagnetite Experience provides visitors with an insight into the unique geographical
feature on Waiuku’s Karioitahi Beach, the Titanomagnetite crystals within the sand. The unique sustainable art experience
provides learning in how these crystals formed, how they became to be deposited along the
coastline, and why they are so important to Waiuku’s economy. Attendees understand the magnetic
properties of the crystals and engage in an interactive art experience. The experience uses
commercial magnets to manipulate the sand, forming striking sculptures, cute creatures and out of
this world creations. An activity for all ages. My husband Graeme is a retired school principal and
assists in the workshops also.

Contact email: linda.newall@xtra.co.nz

Mobile: 0275227653

wheelchair access: no

http://theroost.co.nz/

Payment methods available: cash or on-line banking

Adrian Bevis

Adrian Bevis

Adrian has been producing quality domestic ware since 1967. He started work as an apprentice potter with Waimea Pottery in Nelson, which at that time was the biggest craft producion pottery in NZ. He went on to run his own pottery in the South Island and then in the North Island. His kilns have been oil fired, electric and wood fired; all requiring various techniques to produce. He has and still is tutuoring in his studio, passing on his craft pottery wealth of skills.

Contact email: ambevisab@gmail.com

Phone: 02102380956 or 092378204

wheelchair access: yes

Payment options available: cash or on-line banking

Raewyn Harper

Raewyn Harper

 Raewyn’s a self-taught modern impressionist artist. Working on both canvas and wood. Her works include different acrylic pour techniques, such as dutch pour and various string pour techniques. Sometimes she incorporates these techniques into landscapes and seascapes. Occasionally, she combines all three techniques to produce realistic art works.

Contact email: harper@slingshot.co.nz

Mobile: 0210323741

wheelchair access: no

www.artindustry.co.nz

Payment methods available: cash or on-line banking

Riverhaven Artland: Sculpture Park

Riverhaven Artland: Sculpture Park

Riverhaven Artland is being built out of love. When Guy Blundell’s wife Sue died over 20 years ago he started planting trees with a view of creating an arboretum. Inspired by English Landscape Architect Capability Brown he planted thousands of ornamental trees and now many years later Riverhaven looks like a park.

Along the way he fell in love with Sculpture and a new seed was planted. He decided he would make Riverhaven a Sculpture Park, to share his love of the land and Art with others. Together with his daughter Katie (Katie Blundell Artist) they are making his dream a reality.


Contact email: info@riverhavenartland.com

Mobile: 021944645

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@riverhavenartland on Instagram and Facebook

Payment methods available: Eftpos/cash

Glenys Duff: Taraire Croft

Glenys Duff: Taraire Croft

Glenys has been weaving for 40 years. She works from her Taraire Croft Studio surrounded by native bush. Her favourite yarns for weaving are silk and NZ wool. Glenys produces a range of rugs, scarves, and wraps. She dyes yarns to produce one of a kind wraps and scarves. Glenys exhibits work at the Pollok Arts/Craft Gallery.

Contact email: kerryspatch2@gmail.com

Mobile: 0212313373

wheelchair access: yes

Payment methods available: cash or on-line banking

Kerry Collins: Bent Tree textiles

Kerry Collins: Bent Tree textiles

Kerry enjoys textiles in different forms, indigo dyeing,felting and art quilts. She enjoys the wild west coast and the rugged landscapes and colours. Her passion is indigo dyeing usings different shapes to get a geometric design. Kerry exhibits her art work at the Pollok Art & Craft Gallery and enters in local competitions.

Contact email: kerryspatch2@gmail.com

Mobile: 0212313373

wheelchair access: yes

Payment methods available: cash or on-line banking

Artflow Centre

Artflow Centre

Artflow is a group of artists who came together to provide support and promote art through workshops and an exhibition centre. The group includes a variety of artists; abstract, realism, furniture and glass. Each artist brings their own unique attributes to the group; producing a range of beautifully crafted work that is bound to appeal.

Contact email: artflowwaikato@gmail.com

Mobile: 021 040 8484

wheelchair access: yes

artflow@lavalla

Payment options available: Cash and online banking

Phil Jordan

Phil Jordan

Phil Jordan’s love of Maori design saw him make early forays into the art world, first dabbling in screen printing, and then drawing cartoons for various publications. More recently he has moved into more three dimensional interpretations of these design ideas, combining a love of native woods, metals, carving, and the newly discovered potential of the airbrush, to produce bas relief works telling similar stories.


Contact email: philjorwhiri@hotmail.com

Mobile: 0212578309

Payment methods available: cash or internet banking

wheelchair access: yes

Terry Scott

Terry Scott

Terry Scott finds the amazing changing landscapes of his home country NZ, and the diverse range of timbers available continuing inspiration for his woodturning. Such an environment fosters Terry’s innate passion and life long commitment to all things wood. In recent years his work has evolved and my creations can now be viewed in terms of wood art. Terry is honoured to have many such pieces residing in notable collections world wide.

Contact email: timberly@xtra.co.nz

Phone: 09 297 7051

Mobile: 021 998 493


http://www.timberly.co.nz/

http://www.timberlywoodturning.co.nz/​

Payment methods available: Cash and internet banking

Wendy Speight

Wendy Speight

Wendy Speight works primarily in oils on canvas, painting landscapes, portraits and animals in varying sizes. These are generally inspired from photos for commissions.
Wendy attended Lee Glover’s classes for a number of years; leading to working and exhibiting in the South Island Reefton Gallery for two years, exhibitions in Greymouth Art Sale, Nelson Arts and latterly Franklin Arts.

Contact email: wendyspeight@xtra.co.nz

Mobile: 021 394 593

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