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The Naturalist's Daughter | Art Exhibition

The Naturalist's Daughter | Art Exhibition

March 27, 2019

Influenced by early Victorian botanical specimens and modern flat lay photography, Canterburian Kerri Devine combines the two in stunning photographs as part of the exhibition 'The Naturalist's Daughter'.

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Winter Things by Kerri Devine at Quirky Fox

Behind the Art: Kerri Devine

March 27, 2019

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Threads of Nature | Art Exhibition

Threads of Nature | Art Exhibition

January 16, 2019

'Threads of Nature' is an exquisite collection of embroidered works by artist Cathy Jane Brickhill. Her delicate, nature-driven works are a modern take on a traditional craft.

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Feel by Jane Crisp - an exhibition

Behind the studio doors...

April 27, 2018

Jane Crisp's latest exhibition 'Feel' explores the nature of grief; grief for family members essentially taken away by illness but still physically present and grief for the loss of a long time companion. Processing her emotions through her art, Jane kindly shared the thought process behind her latest body of work:

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Meredith Marsone | Quirky Fox

Creative Chatter: Meredith Marsone

September 27, 2017

Meredith Marsone's art reveals a vulnerability and strength in every piece, a trait Marsone herself shares with her social media posts revealing the occasional doubts all artists have despite her success both here and in America and over 30 thousand followers on Instagram. We spoke to Meredith briefly about the differences between the American and New Zealand art market, how her art has evolved and the role of art in society...

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Creative Chatter: Santie Cronje

Creative Chatter: Santie Cronje

August 30, 2017

Santie Cronje uses her work to portray stories in a visual form, while the stories may be influenced by her own life the themes are universal: love, hope, travel, and adventure. Largely symbolic her works are characterised by the use of shades and tones that remind one of the ocean. Santie spoke to us about how her work has evolved, the importance of mentoring young artists and the difference between the New Zealand and South African art scene...

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Holi Hine by Ema Frost

Creative Chatter: Ema Frost

August 09, 2017

Big eyes and hummingbirds are both signatures of Ema Frost's work as is her careful blending of cultures. Having traveled to India, China, Japan and New York within the last twelve months it's fair to say Ema has a pool of inspiration to draw from in the future.

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Artist Interview: Ingrid van Heusden

Artist Interview: Ingrid van Heusden

June 07, 2017

Drawing on the idea of adornment as empowerment, Ingrid van Heusden designs and handcrafts bespoke pieces of jewellery that reflect the beauty of the natural world. Each piece of Ingrid's jewellery is handcrafted at Whau Studios in Auckland we spoke to Ingrid about how she got starting in jewellery and how her craft has evolved...

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Tui by Joe McMenamin

Artist Interview: Joe McMenamin

May 24, 2017

Blending organic patterns with realistic details and splashes of colour, Joe McMenamin has successfully made the transition from high school art teacher to full-time artist.

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Artist Interview: Bec Robertson

Artist Interview: Bec Robertson

March 14, 2017

Based in Orakei, Bec Robertson's works wouldn't be out of place in a storybook so rich is their narrative. Using the finest of tool Bec creates fanciful peacocks with attitude and highly detailed watercolour collages.

 

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Venture Far by Jen Sievers

Artist Interview: Jen Sievers

January 11, 2017

Creating bold, contemporary abstract art from her home in the Waitakere ranges, Jen Sievers somehow manages to produce artworks filled with light and energy while also juggling a career as a graphic designer and being Mum to an energetic toddler.

Quirky Fox spoke to Jen about her return to art after almost six years, her inspiration and the importance of housework...

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Jane Crisp - Serendipity

Artist Interview: Jane Crisp

November 17, 2016

Living within easy walking distance of native bush it is little wonder that birds form a major part of Jane Crisp's portfolio. However it is the interaction between nature and human curiosities that give Jane's work a point of difference and a sense of humanity.

We spoke to Jane about how her class mates recognised her artistic ability at an early age, a chance encounter went on to influence her artistic career and how she immerses herself in her work for months at time...

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