Reuben Paterson at the Suter Art Gallery
Artwork by Reuben Paterson is currently featured in The River Lie at the Suter Gallery in Nelson. The exhibition features nine New Zealand artists whose artwork complicates the traditional notion of landscape. To read more about the exhibition, please visit the Suter Art Gallery’s website here, or read the Nelson Time’s article about the show here.
Toby Raine Review on Eye Contact
Congratulations to Toby Raine on his successful exhibition at the Gus Fisher Gallery which marked the conclusion of his doctoral studies at Elam School of Fine Arts. John Hurrell reviewed Toby’s show on Eye Contact, which you can read here.
For more information about available artwork by Toby Raine, please contact the Gallery.
Christmas and New Year Closure
Page Blackie Gallery will be closed from 24 December until 10 January. Stay tuned for our first exhibition of 2017, featuring works by Toss Woollaston. We wish you all a happy and safe holidays, and look forward to seeing you in 2017.
Marcia Page and James Blackie
Paul Dibble Sculpture Unveiled at the University of Otago
Paul Dibble with his new sculpture, ‘Pathways’, at the University of Otago.
Congratulations to Paul Dibble whose monumental sculpture, Pathways, was unveiled at the University of Otago on Friday 25 November. The artwork consists of five 3.2m tall figures, entitled Moving Forward, Putting Your Best Foot Forward, Looking Ahead, Resolute, and Let Us Rejoice, and was commissioned by the Stuart Residence Halls Council to celebrate its 75th anniversary. For more details about the work please see the Otago Daily Times article here.
Page Blackie Artists in Frances Hodgkins Fellowship Exhibition
Heather Straka, ‘the HONEYTRAP returns 11’ (2016)
The exhibition ‘Undreamed of … 50 Years of the Frances Hodgkins Fellowship’ opens today at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery and the Hocken Library. Featuring work by Page Blackie Gallery artists, Heather Straka, Andrew Drummond, and Sarah Munro, the exhibition commemorates the 50th anniversary of the Frances Hodgkins Fellowship. The show is presented at both the Dunedin Public Art Gallery and Hocken Collections and includes work by all 48 of the Fellows offering a snapshot of the rich diversity of artists and art practices that have been fostered by the Fellowship – painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography and digital media are all represented. Recent works by many of the artists will be shown alongside those made during the Fellowship, revealing how their practice has developed over the intervening years. To read more about the exhibition, please visit Dunedin Public Art Gallery’s website here.
Proudly Representing Toby Raine
Toby Raine, ‘Cezanne Beard 2 (After Cezanne)’, (2015), oil on linen 510mm x 460mm
Page Blackie Gallery is proud to announce Toby Raine is joining the Gallery as a represented artist. Toby is currently completing his doctoral studies at Elam School of Fine Arts and will conclude his studies with a solo exhibition at Gus Fisher Gallery from 11 November to 17 December. To view Toby’s stunning paintings, please visit his artist page here, and to find out more about his upcoming exhibition at the Gus Fisher Gallery, please visit their website here.
Ngatai Taepa and John Walsh at the New Zealand Portrait Gallery
John Walsh, ‘After Italy’ (2016).
From 4 November 2016 – 14 February 2017 the New Zealand Portrait Gallery will host ‘Mau Ahua: Portraits by contemporary Maori artists’, featuring artwork by Ngatai Taepa and John Walsh.
For more information about the exhibition, please visit the New Zealand Portrait Gallery’s website here.
Stuart Robertson on RadioLIVE
Gallery artist, Stuart Robertson, was recently a guest on RadioLIVE to talk about his amazing project, Peace in 10,000 Hands. To listen to the interview, please visit the RadioLIVE website here. For more information about Stuart, or to enquire about his artwork, please contact the Gallery.
Reuben Paterson in the Dominion Post
Reuben Paterson features in today’s issue of the Dominion Post’s World of Wearable Art supplement. Reuben discusses his glittering contribution to this year’s showcase as well as his current exhibition at Page Blackie Gallery. You can download the article as a PDF by clicking here
Elizabeth Thomson and John Walsh on Radio NZ
Elizabeth Thomson in her studio. Photo: Charlotte Wilson, RNZ.
Gallery artists, Elizabeth Thomson and John Walsh, have been interviewed by Charlotte Wilson as part of the ‘Art, Music, Life’ series, which explores the role music has in the life and work of prominent New Zealand artists. If you would like to listen to these interviews, please visit the Radio New Zealand website here.