In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Graham Bennett, Peata Larkin, and Viky Garden.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions from Matthew Galloway, Michael Morley, and Pea Sea Art.
Whether it is vinyl, magnetic board, canvas or glass, Sara Hughes finds the material to create and convey her ideas. Rebecca Fox reports.
Going for a walk in the mountains not only inspires Wanaka artist Sophie Melville, it also centres her. The busy mother of three tells Rebecca Fox about getting things done.
One of Claude Monet's iconic paintings of haystacks has fetched a record price at an auction in New York.
For Maniototo wood carver Luke Anthony, carving some of New Zealand’s birds from homegrown timber is a combination of local ingredients and a longtime passion.
Frances Hodgkins was famous for painting colour and light and her work and words are being celebrated in a major national exhibition and two books. Kim Knight reports.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at exhibitions from Anne Baldock, Gallery De Novo, and Matt Ritani.
Art and collection items from 14 different collections across University of Otago feature in an exhibition at the Hocken. Rebecca Fox talks to curator Robyn Notman and artist Heather Straka.
Dunedin resident Peter Williamson moved out of his oil painting comfort zone at the weekend when he tackled his first big canvas, focusing on a historic building in Dunedin North.
Dunedin visual artist Philip Madill reflects on winning the Supreme Award at the Cleveland National Art Awards, presented by the Otago Art Society in the city last night.
Spending time as artist-in-residence at Alexandra's Henderson House has been a ''perfect window of opportunity'' for Dick Frizzell.
In this week's Art Seen, Robyn Maree Pickens looks at exhibitions from Brett McDowell, Inge Doesburg, and Miranda Bellamy.
A collector of objects and ideas, Christchurch artist Tony de Lautour paints, sculpts and etches. He tells Rebecca Fox about how his work has changed since the city’s earthquakes.
The exhibition World View, presently on display on the ground floor of Dunedin Public Art Gallery, takes a tour through time and place using works from the gallery's permanent collection.
Even friends and family sometimes buy into myths around sexual assault regarding victims' clothing, organisers of the second "What I Was Wearing'' exhibition at the University of Otago say.
Officials in London are trying to determine if a stencilled mural that appeared at a base camp for climate protests was created by the street artist Banksy.