Artists and galleries in Waikanae.
Found among the roses by the Countdown carpark, Aputa House Gallery will be featuring Oil on Canvas works from Susan Green and Ink and Dye on Paper works from Dyani Wynn.
Featuring work by Anna Youmans, Eric Heath, John Cornish, Lee Russell, Maude Heath, Ronda Thompson, Sophie Saunders, Vincent Duncan and many more from Kapiti.
Audrey Moore has lived on the Kapiti Coast for 31 years.
Floral and New Zealand scenes.
Liz's main work comprises of ceramics, paintings, collage & sculpture.
The Feather&Fibre Gallery showcases a diversity of art, craft and gifts from paintings, prints, photography, jewellery, fibre art, art cards and mixed media to ceramics and garden art.
Landscapes, portraits, animals and flowers painted in a variety of NZ and Europeam locations in watercolour, pastel, pencil and acrylic media.
This is original artwork that is created with love and passion. Every work of art is unique in its own way.
I use porcelain, ceramic and glass tiles which are hand cut with wheeled cutters.
I have been a professional photographer for many years and recently my focus has been on the medium of creative photo artistry. Creative photo artistry can take the imagination and carry us anywhere.
Slim's paintings include landsacpes and still life.
Shirley's abstract painting entice the viewer with brilliant colours and fascinating textures.
Kāpiti Coast's District gallery showcasing a range of local artists.
Acrylic on canvas landscapes.
George Thompson is a long established Kāpiti artist exhibiting locally and in Wellington galleries. He is a member of watercolour New Zealand and New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts.
Graeme Hitchcock's work has always been influenced by a sculptor's perspective.
Internationally recognised contemporary botanical artist. Also a painter of wildlife and landscapes.
Malcolm started carving in 1989 with a small chisel, a flat head screwdriver and a large pumice stone. As the collection of stones grew and the designs also grew with them.
Diane Vassey & Ruth Cooper
Warren believes that a good photograph should be pleasing to the viewer, with a perspective that draws you into the inner depths of the artwork.
Micheline Robinson has moved from Waikanae to Paraparaumu Beach. Find her at 3b Trusham Court.