Autumn/Winter Gallery

18 Mar — 11 Oct 13

Curated by Waikato Sculpture Trust


  • The Band: Barak Yahav, Lilach Paul, Koro Puhipuhi

    Harmony

    Oamaru stone with copper inlay

    This sculpture piece was created by THE BAND - a group of three artists: BarakYahav (Israel), Lilach Paul (Israel) and Koro Puhipuhi (Maori), throu...

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  • Elaine Barry Conway

    Icy Beauty overturned

    Inkjet print on pvc vinyl, stretched on timber frame

    The world is in an increasingly dire situation with industry and deforestation adding to the melting of the diminishing icecaps. Our Antarctic saf...

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  • Billadonna

    Billadonna's Wunderkammer

    earth pigment

    No matter how tight you pack and label your little boxes, there is still space for magicand THE WORLD STILL DOESN’T MAKE MUCH MORE SENSE These fly...

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  • Phil Bonham

    Twig

    Clay, steel, epoxy

    A small twig inspired the form of this sculpture. Twig feels an existential relationship to the pattern, textures, and forms of the hood...happily ...

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  • Stuart bridson

    Post industrial imaginary forest

    metal, wood, rubber, car paint, wheels- all recycled

    The vision of fields of cars, metal and plastic, leftovers from the industrial age, the once utopic dream. These massive forests of rusting steel b...

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  • Christine Cathie

    Pohutukawa leaves

    cast lead crystal

    New botanical species are still being discovered – recently a giant variety of the pohutukawa tree (metrosideros excelsa magnus) was found near a g...

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  • Chris Charteris

    Harmony and Chaos

    Andesite

    In this work the stone is treated as a canvas, using a diamond blade on an angle grinder as paint brush. The lines are spontaneous and quickly cut...

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  • Leah Fraser Henderson

    Tangata Whenua

    Stainless steel

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  • Jan Gosling

    State of Mind

    Oamaru stone

    Our State of mind is a fragile and beautiful thing which can be destroyed by our own failings – slowly disintegrating making something that has the...

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  • Bernie Harfleet

    '14' and 'Room101'

    Tanalised pine

     '14' On average 14 women are killed in NZ by a member of their family each year. These women’s names are briefly known to the general public...

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  • Brad Lay

    Krakenflower

    Steel, rope, resin

    My work often starts with the ocean.I consider there to be significant mystery surrounding the contemporary physical and cultural state of the ocea...

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  • Faith Tavernor

    Fractured Reality

    Mirrored and black acrylic

    Fractured Reality and Spatial Dislocation are both created for viewerto explore and enjoy a spatially challenging visual adventure where movement, ...

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  • Robyn Webster

    Out of the Past comes the Future

    bronze wire, mono filament, fibre optic filament

    From a small distance this work disappears due to its fineness; this embodies its demand for interaction of a personal nature. Behind the work are ...

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  • Marte Szirmay

    Mountain

    Bronze

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  • Niko Thomsen

    Small Flax

    Mild steel

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  • Niko Thomsen

    Obelisk, small and large

    Mild steel

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  • Niko Thomsen

    Death Star

    Mild Steel

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  • Niko Thomsen

    Flowers

    Mild steel

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  • Niko Thomsen

    Chair with Flowers

    Mild steel

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  • Niko Thomsen

    Kowhai, large and small

    Mild steel

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  • Niko Thomsen

    Spiky Chair

    Mild steel

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  • Niko Thomsen

    Flax Panel

    Mild steel

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  • Jocelyn Pratt

    Blue Moon

    Limestone- basalt

    Presenting stylish refined outlines Jocelyn sculpts modernist interpretive works representative of natural forms, enhancing the natural qualities o...

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  • Jocelyn Pratt

    Heart of the Waikato

    Basalt

    Presenting stylish refined outlines Jocelyn sculpts modernist interpretive works representative of natural forms, enhancing the natural qualities o...

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  • Jocelyn Pratt

    Free to fly

    Maratoto andesite, Oamaru stone

    Presenting stylish refined outlines Jocelyn sculpts modernist interpretive works representative of natural forms, enhancing the natural qualities o...

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  • Fiona Tunnicliffe

    White Horse

    Clay

    Fiona Tunnicliffe,  member of the New Zealand Society of Potters (NZSP) has worked on various animal forms in her 20 year spanning work p...

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  • Chris Moore

    Chase

    Forged steel, bronze

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  • Chris Moore

    Plantform 7

    Forged steel

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  • Chris Moore

    Bride

    Bronze

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  • Brian Chrystall

    Pukeko

    Recycled copper

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  • Liz Sharek

    Rabbits

    cast glass

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  • Nathan Hull

    Mechanikiwi

    Recycled materials

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  • Nathan Hull

    Cy-bird

    Recycled materials

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  • Nathan Hull

    Snyper

    Recycled materials

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  • Rob Kear

    Pushing up Daisies, large and small

    recycled metal ( lawnmower blades)

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  • Ron Reichs

    Billow

    Carved glass

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  • Linda Satchwell

    Living Fossil

    Cast glass

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  • Pam Olver

    California Dreaming (large and small)

    Glass

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  • Mark Dimock

    Wood Pigeon

    Totara

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  • mark Dimock

    Native Birds

    recycled wood, mild steel, aluminium

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  • Mark Dimock

    Heads

    Hardwood

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  • Mark Dimock

    Sawfish

    Hardwood, recycled material

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  • Mark Dimock

    Rustic Rune Eye and Rustic Star

    Hardwood, aluminium

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  • Mark Dimock

    Bathe in Colour

    Steel and powder coated aluminium

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  • Donn Ratana

    Ruru I-III

    Wood and aluminium

    Donn Ratana is a senior lecturer at the University of Waikato Faculty of Education. He is an Art Educator, Sculptor and painter who develops socio-...

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  • Ian Boyle

    Hawk Eye

    Sticks, painted wood

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  • Donald Buglass

    Thumbprint

    Greywacke

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  • Virginia Barton Chappell

    Not for turning

    Composite stone

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  • Fatu Feu'u

    Tuitagaloa and Rango

    Wood and paint

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  • Regan Gentry

    Cold Comfort

    Pumice, wood,steel, glue & rope

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  • Leon van den Eijkel

    Another look at an urban tree

    Steel, aluminium

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  • Bernie Harfleet

    '14'

    Tanalised pine

    '101'“ You asked me once, what was in Room 101. I told you that you knew the answer already. Everyone knows it. The thing that is in Room 101 is th...

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  • Bernie Harfleet

    14

    Tanalised pine

    On average 14 women are killed in NZ by a member of their family each year. These women’s names are briefly known to the general public before they...

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  • Bernie Harfleet

    Inglorious

    Tanalised pine

    This Sculpture uses both machined and rough sawn treated pine, familiar across the country in our fences, decks and farms.To me this is the quintes...

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  • Lee Harrop

    Terribly Naked

    Sandblasted mirror

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  • Ioane Ioane

    Pearlyculture

    Fibreglass, Polystyrene

    Ioane’s art is frequently a homage to the spiritual heart within the family and the absolute inseparability of love from all human endeavours.

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  • Ioane Ioane

    Aitu Keonie (Spirit of Keonie)

    Fibreglass, Polystyrene

    This Sculpture is a monument to the loss aof a cherished son, who here becomes a voyaging spirit crossing an unknown ocean. With stillness that can...

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  • Gaye Jurisich

    Unique bike stand

    Powder coated stainless steel

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  • Shadez

    Eternal Flame

    Stainless steel

    Shadez worked with stainless steel for years, but this is the first time he is exhibiting his art work. These two pieces  are not for sale- bu...

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  • Shadez

    Hei Matau

    Stainless steel

    Shadez worked with stainless steel for years, but this is the first time he is exhibiting his art work. These two pieces are not for sale- but you ...

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  • Joachim Kreitmair

    Vortex

    Steel, wood

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  • Warwick Lilley

    Wyvern

    Wood

    Our Wyvern lives in the pond- sometimes in water, sometimes in mud, but he is always a happy dragon, and leaves you smiling along the way into the ...

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  • Grant Palliser

    Dear Liza (there is a hole in my bucket)

    ready-made, galvanized buckets

    Constructed from standard issue steel buckets, forming an endless column, Dear Liza stands like a lighthouse announcing impending di...

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  • Neville Parker

    The Velvet Stampede

    Steel pipe

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  • Niko Thomsen

    Cross

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  • Rory McDougal

    Habeas Corpus

    Steel

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  • Jo Pervan

    Flow

    Hinuera stone

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  • Jo Pervan

    Balance

    Hinuera stone

    A fascination with people, contrast, shadow and form is evident in the smooth simple lines Jo Pervan strives for. She is a local artist with a long...

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  • Jo Pervan

    Hooked; Boat Bowl; Spiral Vessel

    Hinuera stone, plinth from reclaimed wood

    A fascination with people, contrast, shadow and form is evident in the smooth simple lines Jo Pervan strives for.Hooked, $500 without plinthHinuera...

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  • Jocelyn Pratt

    Mangrove Ripples

    Maratoto Andesite

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  • Jocelyn Pratt

    Molten Passion

    Taupo scoria

    Molten Passionis also seen as symbolic of the Heart of Stone. Sculpted out of volcanic stone that retains heat from the sun and challenges the inte...

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  • CK Reynolds

    Absolute Divide

    Timber, digital print

    Restored and re-installed.

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  • Helen Reynolds

    White Cloud/ Black Mist

    Polystyrene, wood, assorted rubbish, fishing line

    Utopia: unattainable (clouds in the sky, soft palaces of pillows) (new products in shiny packaging)Dystopia: brought to earth a cloud becomes mist,...

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  • Chelsea Rothbart

    Heavy

    Concrete and rope

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  • Ben Sablerolle

    Mandala

    Cut glass

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  • Ralph Price

    Transformation

    Steel

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  • Donna Sarten

    Attitudinal Change

    Cell phones, cord

    Currently 152,800 care and protection notifications are made to Child, Youth and Family, each year. 418 calls are made each day, and these services...

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  • Alex Stone

    Weathervane

    Aluminium, steel, macrocarpa

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  • Faith Tavernor

    Spatial dislocation

    Mirrored acrylic, stainless steel

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  • Warren Viscoe

    Feral Overcoat

    Steel, aluminium

    This piece of Warren Viscoe is on loan from the Wallace collection.

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  • Chris Trotter

    At Rest

    Ready-made, wood

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  • Jan White

    Head and Shoulders

    Fired Terracotta

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  • William Wittmore

    Kollum Threader

    Hinuera Stone

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  • Doug Neil

    3—Celestial Canoe I and II

    Timaru Bluestone (Basalt)

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  • Anne Elliott

    45—Tuis and Flax, Fantail and Pohutukawa

    Stainless steel and acrylic

    Anne was born in South Yorkshire United Kingdom and currently lives in Dairy Flat North ShoreHer work are held inprivate collections in U.K. Austra...

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  • Jocelyn Pratt

    47—Manuka

    Taranaki andesite

    Presenting stylish refined outlines Jocelyn sculpts modernist interpretive works representative of natural forms, enhancing the natural qualities o...

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  • Jocelyn Pratt

    48—Space Funk

    South Auckland Basalt and Aluminium

    Presenting stylish refined outlines Jocelyn sculpts modernist interpretive works representative of natural forms, enhancing the natural qualities o...

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  • Lauren Kitts

    49—Doors of Perception, The Swerve

    Basalt on iron base, Chinese bluestone

    Lauren Kitts has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of California 1985. She has been living and working in New Zealand full time as a scul...

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Artists in the Park
07 November — 08 November 15
Curated by Sybille Schlumbom
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