Be in to Win $500 Art Vouchers with Brendan Foot Supersite
It’s Competition Time!
Here’s your chance to win with the NZ Art Show and Brendan Foot Supersite, we introduce our ASB Artist in Residence, and we give you another wee preview of some of the artists in the show.
Read on for all details.
Image: Matt Foot, from Brendan Foot Supersite and Carla Russell, NZ Art Show Executive, with one of the vehicles provided by Brendan Foot Supersite, a Kia Niro.[/one_half][one_half_last]
Gold Sponsor Brendan Foot Supersite have an awesome competition on right now: two $500 art vouchers to spend at the show this year.
This is a fabulous opportunity not to be missed. Enter below and be in to win one of two $500 vouchers to spend on the artworks of your choice at this year’s NZ Art Show. The winners will also receive two complimentary entry tickets which can be used at any time from Friday, 1 June to Monday, 4 June.
It’s an absolute pleasure working with car dealership Brendan Foot Supersite, who have been staunch supporters of the show since 2008. As well as providing 2 sign-written vehicles to use in the weeks surrounding the show, they’ve also installed a giant billboard promoting the show on their premises in Railway Ave, Lower Hutt – keep your eyes for it when you’re in their neighbourhood – you can’t miss it!
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Image; ‘Tekapo’, charcoal drawing by Bruce Mortimer.[/one_half][one_half_last]
Once again, we are pleased to announce our ASB Artist in Residence.
Award-winning artist Bruce Mortimer will be demonstrating his craft in the ASB, Lambton Quay branch, from Monday, May 14 to Friday, May 25. This is an ideal opportunity to see a skilled artist demonstrating his craft.
Bruce’s charcoal drawings often surprise viewers who think that they are looking at photographs.
‘When they realise they are actually looking at a drawing, their reactions always fascinate me,’ says Mortimer. ‘By provoking different responses, I have achieved my goal.’
Bruce will also be demonstrating his skills at the show.
Thank you to Platinum Sponsor ASB for providing this opportunity and for supporting the NZ Art Show since it first started in 2004.
Remember, buy your NZ Art Show tickets from us – not from Viagogo
Viagogo is notorious for adding sizeable fees to the ticket price.
Ticketmaster is our primary ticketing agent: use the links in this newsletter, the BUY TICKETS link on our website – artshow.co.nz – or purchase from any physical Ticketmaster box office location in New Zealand.
Image: ‘Looking Towards Ross’, acrylic painting by Sarah Godfrey
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[full_width]HAVE YOU SEEN OUR NEW CREATIVE CAMPAIGN?
Keep an eye on Wellington’s streets: you’ll see our promotional material on billboards, bus backs and in cafes and other venues around the Greater Wellington Region. It’s big, black and beautiful.
Don’t Miss out on the Art Party of the Year
Thursday, May 31
We have a very limited number of Gala tickets available for sale – and the Gala always sells out. So make sure you don’t miss out on all the fun. This evening is a fun way to enjoy art with wine, cocktail food, live music and all art for sale.
Get your tickets now.
Image: No title, digital painting on canvas by Lester Blair
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Become a Friend – Show Your Love for NZ Art
Show your commitment to NZ art and sign up as a Friend of the 2018 NZ Art Show. Enjoy the benefits that come with your Friend membership: guaranteed tickets to the Gala, show day tickets to the show, exclusive private preview of the show and invites to any special NZ Art Show events.
Image: ”Quiet’, graphic art on brass by Joel Hart
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Preview: some artists exhibiting in the NZ Art Show
Top: Lester Blair (Wairarapa)
Middle: Sarah Godfrey (Westland), and Joel Hart (Christchurch)
Bottom: Niki Hill (Elam School of Fine Art) and Min Kim (Christchurch)