XV - the artists (Part 5)

In our final post we introduce three talented Taranaki artists with pieces in our exhibition XV: Lisa Walsh, Michaela Stoneman and Paul Rangiwahia.

Left to right: Lisa Walsh, Michaela Stoneman, Paul Rangiwahia.

Lisa Walsh is an International and National Award winning glass artist. From her Waverley studio and gallery, Lisa, along side her husband Jimi, produces beautiful glass, ceramic and mixed media art. Both artists aim to produce work created in an ethical, sustainable manner using recyclable materials and environmentally friendly products.

Born and bred in Taranaki, Michaela Stoneman juggles printmaking, drawing, painting and occasionally sculpting while working for the South Taranaki District Council. Michaela’s work often references her interest in science, symbols, history, nature and language.

Paul Rangiwahia got into painting by accident, stealing his future wife's paints to experiment one day. Largely self taught, Paul believes expressing his creative side allows him to balance the world and challenges him to think about life and his surroundings in a different way. Paul, who recently became a full time artist after painting and selling art for more than a decade, aims to create thought provoking pieces and is excited about what the future holds for his art.

 

 



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