New Zealand artists; a guide to websites, art museums and galleries
An alphabetical name index; artists from the past to the present
Abstract paintings by Peter Adsett. Peter Adsett has exhibited his work in the US, Australia and New Zealand and his works are held by a number of organizations and galleries around the world.
Grant Pirrie Gallery, Sydney
Paul Nache Gallery
Strong, bold line and expressive colours form the basis of Finnish-born artist Sirpa Alalääkkölä?s paintings.
Gretchen Albrecht’s homepage.
Exhibitions of paintings and prints by establihed New Zealand abstract artist Gretchen Albrecht. The site includes a list of publications and a biography.
Nadene Milne Gallery
Auckland Art Gallery
is a Melbourne based glass artist developing ideas focused on body adornment, wall installations and environments.
Landscape, portrait and still life paintings in oils, as well as book illustrations by Karl Andrews, Wellington.
Auckland City Art Gallery
Te Papa Museum
Auckland City Art Gallery Collection
Michael Lett Gallery
Exhibiting paintings, sculpture, works on paper, photography, installation and performance, Jane Sanders Art Agent has represented a group of New Zealand?s leading established artists since 1998.
Revor J. Askin
Bronze sculptures by Trevor J. Askin. Figurative and abstract sculptures. People, mammals, birds.
Peter Augustin is a figurative painter working in Paraparamu, Wellington. He moved to New Zealand in December 2004, having previously lived for 34 years in Switzerland.
Covers all aspects of the arts from painting and sculpture through to film and intermedia.
Charting the growth of sculpture from the era of British imports and influence to the more confident expression of the 20th and 21st centuries, this leading study in New Zealand art tells the enthralling story of a form that has become stronger in recent years. Envisioning a new popularity for sculpting with the establishment of several outdoor sculpture walks, this updated edition includes a chapter discussing New Zealand sculpture’s international reach, its role at Venice Biennales, and the importance of overseas-based New Zealand sculptors such as Francis Upritchard and Ronnie van Hout. Ideal for art lovers and educational institutions alike, this analysis also includes a general bibliography and reading lists for each major artist.
A visual introduction to, and biographical stats on, 60 of New Zealands successful working artists.Since its publication in 2002, this book has become one of the best-selling books on contemporary New Zealand art yet published.It offers a window to the world of the exciting, progressive art of this region.