Garden, Viky *
From an early stage in her career Viky Garden has used herself as the figurative focus of her work, weaving both social and political commentary into compositions that are more than just simple narratives. Her work is held in private collections in New Zealand, Australia, Great Britain and the U.S.A.
Gatfield, Gill *
Gill Gatfield makes abstract painting, sculpture and installations. Crossing genres and contexts, her work investigates key influences on contemporary art.
Gimblett, Max *
The Auckland City Art Gallery collection.
Gow Langsford Gallery, Auckland.
Godman, Lloyd *
Environmental art investigating photosynthesis through the use of bromeliads plants. Includes images and installations. A master site to several art projects by Lloyd Godman.
Goldie, Charles *
Christchurch Art Gallery
Auckland City Art Gallery collection.
Dunedin Public Art Gallery
John Leech Gallery
CF Goldie: “A Good Joke”
Possibly the most well-known Maori portrait painted by Goldie this painting was originally titled “All ‘e Same t’e Pakeha”. It is a portrait of a laughing Te Aho-te-Rangi Wharepu of Ngati Mahuta wearing a bowler hat and European style suit. Buy Here
Gossage, Star *
Graham, Brett *
Venice Biennale exhibit.
Greig, Julie *
Julie is an artist living in Wanganui, painting mainly in soft pastel or oil. She also teaches workshops and is working on the Whanganui Story stained glass window project for WDC. She has won many awards, and has worked as an illustrator and book designer. She is inspired by New Zealand’s light-filled landscape, people, and is also known for her equine portraits.
Guppy, Sarah *
Milford Galleries Dunedin