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Paddy Cooper

Paddy Cooper has been carving New Zealand native wood and jade (greenstone, pounamu) for many years. He only sells New Zealand wood and greenstone carvings. 90% of the greenstone in the tourist shops in New Zealand is Canadian jade, carved in China, but Paddy guarantees his to be sourced from only the best quality New Read more…

Rachel Creasey

Rachel is a graduate of both Reigate School of Art, Surrey and Wimbledon School of Art, London. The mediums of Rachel’s art exploration have been truly varied; marble, ice, paper, shadow, found objects and site specific installations. Photography, while a medium which she enjoys, in itself, is also the means to document her more ephemeral Read more…

Ema Scott

Ema Scott finds inspiration from her spiritual connection to the past. She considers her sculptural work ‘design by descent’. Ema views her work as a tangible expression of an unbroken chain of creativity linking her, through her parents, to her Tipuna (ancestors) and ultimately to the source of all creation. Ema is of Maori, Irish Read more…

Mat Scott

Mat Scott’s creativity and aptitude for design has, over the past two decades, encompassed landscape and interior stone sculptures, invention of a new type of skateboard, abstract acrylic paintings and more recently feathers and shells carved from New Zealand native timbers. From an inter-generational family of designers and artists, Mat’s work reflects not only his Read more…

Tony Harrington

Tony Harrington is a full-time mixed media artist, born and raised in Hawke’s Bay. His art explores issues and instances drawn from our cultural landscape here in Aotearoa. He’s very happily married with two beautiful daughters. Tony’s love for art has developed from as far back as he can remember, always drawing and creating whatever Read more…

Ricks Terstappen

Ricks Terstappen resides in Hawke’s Bay, where he contributes to New Zealand culture as one of the region’s most celebrated artists. Wood, steel and the ready-made are his materials of choice. The sculptural works, sometimes created from objects found in our daily lives, are transformed into visual commentary that is often comical, sometimes political and Read more…