Sally-Mae Hudson of Shapes by Sal is a self-taught linocut printmaker, discovering the art form nearly three years ago. Sally’s appreciation for the great outdoors and the natural environment underpins the majority of her work. Her work is as much about inspiring others to appreciate the natural world, as it is her own artistic expression. Sally currently works part-time for WAI Wanaka, an environmental organisation where she is part of a Jobs for Nature field team.
Working from her Blueskin Bay studio, full-time artist Liz Abbott draws inspiration for her original oil paintings, pastels and prints from the landscape around her. A well-known New Zealand painter, Liz’s regularly exhibited and award-winning art can be found in public and private collections throughout … Read more »
These beautiful native bird artworks from Liz Abbott Art are made by hand at every step of their creation…
Northland artist Allan Gale works in a secluded bush valley in Waitomarama, creating his intricate wood engravings from end grain kauri.
Meet Nancy, inspired by the street-wise and saucy but compassionate and fiercely protective character from Charles Dickens’ Oliver…
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Who could resist a nap, with this gorgeous sleepy chap from Sandra Waine, Printmaker for company?
Waiotemarama Willow Pattern is a print by Allan Gale, created in his studio in the secluded bush valley at Waitomarama, South Hokianga. The kauri wood used to make this print is hand carved and printed using a traditional technique.