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17A Holloway Street, Clyde, Central Otago, New Zealand

May 03 2020 - May 31 2020

By Lynne Wilson  Ceramicist “Over the years, playing with fire has provided many moments of thrilled satisfaction and countless not-quite-there-yet moments. The fire goddess can be a fickle mistress, as my garden Path of Broken Dreams testifies. Not all disappointing results emerging from the kiln are destined to be destroyed and these are put aside […]

The Colour of Anxiety

17A Holloway St, Clyde 9330, New Zealand

Mar 28 2020 - Apr 23 2020

Waking up on the 1st of January 2020 and seeing the eery glowing sky and smoke from the Australian bushfires – I immediately thought “Welcome to our future”. To me it was a dystopian future, an in your face reminder that climate change affects us all. In dealing with this as a photographic project I […]

Timeless Vistas by Richard Parsons

17A Holloway Street, Clyde 9330, New Zealand

Feb 01 2020 - Feb 27 2020

Award-winning artist Richard Parsons spends his days as a farmer in Central Otago’s Waikerikeri Valley where he and his wife have farmed beef and sheep for the past 36 years.  The rural setting inspires his largescale oil on canvas works that have been well recognised. “I started with art classes at the local high school […]

Tussock Country by Sheena Lassen

17A Holloway Street, Clyde 9330, New Zealand

Feb 29 2020 - Mar 26 2020

Sheena Lassen’s representational landscape paintings of the South Island’s rugged hills and mountains have attracted a strong following for her distinctive style. Apart from being taught by William Moore at intermediate school, Sheena is largely self-taught. Her early years were influenced by artists Andrew Wyeth, Bill Sutton and Graeme Sydney.  Originally from Christchurch, Sheena has […]

Memories by Esther Dexter

17A Holloway St, Clyde 9330, New Zealand

Dec 01 2019 - Dec 21 2019

The subject of “Memories” has emerged in various forms in my works over the last couple of years. Having 2 family members with alzheimer’s disease was one of the reasons for this.  “Shadows of Memories” and “What the Trees See” evoke the idea of lost memories that are just shadowy, ghostly figures with no detail. […]

The Art of Light

17A Holloway Street, Clyde 9330, New Zealand

Nov 03 2019 - Nov 29 2019

Kelvin McMillan was born in 1959 and raised on a Dairy Farm in South Westland before moving to Canterbury in the late 1960’s. He was interested in art from an early age, becoming a full-time artist at the age of 22. He initially concentrated on Pencil drawings, mainly of architectural subjects, finding inspiration in derelict […]

Another Time

17A Holloway St, Clyde 9330, New Zealand

Oct 05 2019 - Oct 31 2019

Rachel Hirabayashi is the first of the season’s solo exhibitions at Eade Gallery. These exhibitions give our artists not only the ability to present a body of work but also an opportunity for our customers to meet the artist. Born in Auckland in 1965, Rachel is a traveller by nature. She has lived in Japan and Mexico and travelled […]

Realignment – Four Years On

17A Holloway St, Clyde 9330, New Zealand

Apr 07 2019 - May 01 2019

Kathi McLean discovered the wonders of clay over 30 years ago and has developed her unique style of pottery through education.  “My interest in pottery began in the 1970s after my first daughter was born. I tried all crafts but once I found clay, I knew it was what I wanted to  explore  further – […]

Around and About Alexandra

17A Holloway St, Clyde 9330, New Zealand

Apr 07 2019 - May 01 2019

Spending time on her family orchard in Earnscleugh has been an inspiration for artist, Judy Smith, whose vibrant art works express the colours of the region. “The seasonal colours of Central Otago offer the most amazing palette, as do the beautiful skies, sunrises and sunsets. I have always loved the styles of the Impressionist painters, […]

Outlines by Melanie Eade

17A Holloway St, Clyde 9330, New Zealand

Mar 10 2019 - Apr 03 2019

Taking up residence in Central Otago was the catalyst for Melanie Eade’s return to painting and the discovery of a medium and style that resonates with her new surroundings.“My background in fine art, graphic and retail design is strongly reflected in my recent works,” says Melanie. The use of form found in the natural “architecture” […]