Saturday, October 23, 2010

John Pusateri - 2010 stone lithographs

Left to right -
Skin and Bone series, 860 x 680mm $1200 each (framed), Scale Figure, 280 x 380mm $520, Good ol' cut skull, 940 x 685mm $1000

Left to right - Scale Figure, 280 x 380mm $520, Good ol' cut skull, 940 x 685mm $1000, Silent Flight, 420 x 210mm $400 each, Scale Figure I, 280 x 380mm $520

Only one month until the Bowl Me Over show!

Clockwise from left - Mark Rayner, Naomi Nakama, David Brown, Mark Foster, Alexander Bartleet.

Naomi Nakama - Boundless, oil, acrylic, graphite, glass, polymer gel, wooden bowls

Mark Foster - Pied Shag, Bellbird, Saddleback, oil, acrylic on wooden bowls

Janna van Hasselt - Java Island, Viking Line, Xenos, acrylic, resin on wooden bowls

David Brown - 3D Geometric Compositions, enamel, aluminum, wooden bowls

Belinda Griffiths - The Island of Man, acrylic on wooden bowls

Annie Sandano - Bug Soup, embossed print, engraving, chiyogami paper, enamel, wooden bowl

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Auckland Art Week 5-14 November

Lyre by John Appleton features on the catalogue cover! Pick one up from Seed and meet John Pusateri at noon, Saturday November 13th, Seed Gallery. There are 80 events and exhibitions taking place at galleries and venues in the surrounding Central, West and East neighbourhoods. For full information see

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Veronika Maser - Biggest work we've ever exhibited.

Homelife, crocheted acrylic wool & card, 1460mm diameter x 100mm $3650

Left to right -
Untitled 1 & 2, woven wire, 2400mm diameter $4850 each
Wrapped, crocheted acrylic wool & card, 1200 x 1200 x 100mm $3200

Friday, October 8, 2010

Friday, October 1, 2010

New Zealand Gallery by Denis Robinson features Janna van Hasselt & Annie Sandano

In his ongoing survey of the artistic output of the nation, Denis Robinson travelled from the length and breadth of the country researching which work was most popular both in a local context and nationally. This has resulted in an up-to-date portfolio of works by both new and established artists currently working in New Zealand.

This 132 page book features over sixty artists with examples of their works, interviews and extended captions written by the artists, offering insights into their inspiration, style and techniques. An essential reference to what’s happening in art now in New Zealand

*Available from Seed Gallery & all good bookstores*

Stafford Allpress & John Pusateri - both finalists in the 2010 Waiheke Art Awards

The 2010 winner will be announced by Sara Hughes on 23 October. The exhibition runs until 15 November (2 Korora Rd, Oneroa, Waiheke Island)

Finalist work: Untitled Wall, Stafford Allpress, 157 x 138 x 15mm, wood, plastic, paper, enamel, $POA. View more work from Stafford's latest show here

The first 'Bowl Me Over' work arrives from Mark Rayner in Wanganui

Bowl Me Over, 30 artists, 300 artworks, $80 each

Golly Girl, Golly Guy, Albino Golly Guy, 80mm each, glazed ceramic, wooden bowls, stain, varnish.