CURRENT EXHIBITION

Now showing :

INKSTONE

A new exhibition with Rachel Miller & Robin Anaru Anderson

Inkstone view

Rachel Miller ‘s new work  show her masterly skill in all the different style of work she exhibits. “When Life was Still Imagined” is a series of mixed media work on paper, semi abstract and light, initiated by the poetry of Anne Micheals.

Rachel’s charcoal drawings, inspired by the Hokianga landscape, are exquisite and her selection of studies using ink and gold leaf on Rives Arches paper simply confirm her ability and observational skills. Simply beautiful work , do come and see this fine artists’ latest collection .

To compliment Rachel, as always, the brilliant Robin Anaru Anderson. As a team these artists always deliver a stunning show, please don’t miss this exhibition, you will be inspired ! Rob’s “Save Our Earth” series are made from Kerikeri & Matauri Bay clay. In this collection of high fired stoneware, sculptural design takes precedence. The inclusion of cut geometric shapes giving sight specific reference to form. The glazes follow oriental tradition in the use of Shino, Chun and Tenmoku with metal oxides.

If you are looking for a unique and gorgeous Christmas gift for that someone special, you will certainly find something to suit your budget here. We look forward to seeing you.

NB; Thursdays 11th & 19th December, Kaan Zamaan will remain open until 7pm for your convinience.

From Christmas Eve until January 12th inclusive, Kaan Zamaan Gallery will be closed. Visits to the gallery can be made by appointment ( please call 021 1634478) , we will be more than happy to open for a private viewing of the Summer Showcase Exhibition , with previously seen & new work by gallery artists.

From Dec 22 — Jan 28    : “Summer Showcase Exhibition” with gallery artists and special invited guests. Frank Habicht will be exhibiting his gelatine silver print ” The Rolling Stones 1968″ which was recently in the NZ Herald announcing the Rolling Stones Concert in Auckland at Mt Smart Stadium. This orginal and rare print is very collectable, and out of print, so photography enthousiasts do come and see this beauty. Some other twenty gallery artists’ work will be on view, as well as some exquisite sculptural work by Liz McAuliffe, never seen in Kerikeri before. Watch this space. We will be closing at midday December 24th, so come by before then ! Also, remember that Thursday 18th we are open until 7pm.

 

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WE CARE exhibition

A Special Fundraising Exhibition for the Children of Gaza was held 3 — 8th October. The total amount raised is now over $12 000 ! Some of the unsold works are still on display in the stockroom area of Kaan Zamaan & some are on display in the window downstairs on Hobson Ave next to Odd Mother. Artwork is still selling , so final count will be annouced at Christmas. $12 000 has been passed on to help with medical supplies in Gaza already. THANK YOU everyone for your generosity, it was an AMAZING effort, let’s hope we bring just a little relief to some of these desparate children’s lives.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_uWCB6Al0AQ&feature=youtu.be   for a view of the opening night, thank you Sophi for the video.

Some of the works still left:

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In the Stockroom & Reception there is a wide selection of  art by Herb Foley,Laurence Aberhart ‚Richard Adamas, Rob Anderson,Lee Brogan, Frank Habicht, Rhonda Halliday, Scott McFarlane, Rachel Miller, Keri Molloy, Fran Leitch, John Papas, Bill Snider, Kathy Shaw Urlich , Sally Bristow, Sally Simons, Keri Molloy, Aaron Hoskins , MTK  , Sue Foster , Minhal al Halabi, Rich Hewson, Dulcie Draper, Marie Powell, Chris Wilkie, Julia Reinholt, Judy Soutar and others.

The gallery is open 6 days,  10am — 4pm Tues — Fri, 10am — 2pm Sat & Sun. Call 09 4075191 for hours or 021 1634478 after hours or to make an appointment. Peter Sharp will be available for framing consultation Tues — Fri 10am — 4pm or by appointment 027 4059908.

Some of the artwork in stock: