🔴 Support NZ Art with us 🔴
Queen’s Birthday Weekend | 4 – 6 June 2021 | 10am – 6:30pm daily
Support the arts and have fun at the NZ Art Show! There is going to be an incredible amount of talent under one roof, and we’ll be telling you next week exactly what you can expect at the show. All art genres and media will be covered – abstracts, realism, photography, sculpture, collage and much much more. The arts community is so integral to NZ’s culture, there’s never been a more important time to support them.
If you didn’t get your ticket online, don’t worry – door sales are available and we welcome all walk-ins! All exhibited artworks will be for sale: if your car isn’t handy or if you’re from out of town, you will be able to order a courier to get your new purchase home.
JERVOIS QUAY ROAD CLOSURE MANAGEMENT
You may have all recently heard that Jervois Quay will be closed over the Queen’s Birthday weekend, when the NZ Art Show is taking place in the TSB Arena. We apologise for the inconvenience but we know that the effort to visit the NZ Art Show will be well worth it! Please CLICK HERE to read more about the closures and where to park for the show. Don’t let the roadworks get in your way of seeing all the art!
Are you an ASB customer?
All ASB customers receive $6 door sales by showing their ASB card. Easy!
Thank you ASB for your continued support.
MSH are great partners in art
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ARTIST PROFILE: Veronica Young
Veronica Young was a student of Massey University where she studied fine art and photography, graduating in 2007 with a BDes, hons.
She approaches her work with a photographer’s interest in light and composition but unlike a photograph her paintings present the viewer with a more complex perspective of the landscape. Landforms emerge and then fade again through a collection of abstract marks, subtle texture, and enigmatic light.
“My aim is not to capture a static landscape but to present nature as a creative force, endlessly shifting and changing over time. The weather, the light, the vegetation, even the landforms in flux; as they are over the course of a day or a year.”
Make sure you stop at her wall to say hello!