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Ricc Buttle

After Ricc Buttle had experimented with multiple art styles, the discovery of digital art proved to be the most satisfying and creative of all. This cutting-edge art-form allows Ricc to pursue the range of expressions and concepts that would be near-impossible in the more traditional styles. Ricc has been working at his digital art portfolio now Read more…

Nic Tucker

Nic Tucker’s print style is an adaption of Japanese Woodblock. Nic has worked and taught in the arts for over 20 years. She is now a full time artist and is building a body of work that reflects our whakapapa through landscape. Our connection to our place. She has lived and worked from Invercargill to Read more…

Barbara Franklet

All Barbara Franklet ever wanted to be was an artist. But life’s not that simple. Before launching her career in 1999, she slung whiskey, taught wild and woolly adolescents and did a stint in advertising. Barbara began her career as a printmaker, but has branched into oil pastels and mixed media. Her work hangs throughout Read more…

Sarah Albisser

Sarah has been experimenting with black and white portraits over the past fourteen years. Fascination with faces, expressions, body and gesture has been a lifelong experience for her. In her work Sarah captures expressions, feelings, moods and mental states. In the past Sarah has never used images or photos of faces, most of her portraits Read more…

Kirsty Fyfe

Kirsty works from her home studio in Wellington. Her passion is intaglio etching in all its forms: drypoint, aquatint, mezzotint and solarplate. Kirsty is fortunate to have a big and beautiful 22-year-old printing press, which she loves to bits. To Kirsty, printmaking is a fascinating alchemical process that is a combination of creativity, chemistry and Read more…