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  • Ballantyne, Gordon & Raylene

    Ballantyne paint with passion to produce collectible art generally based around the beauty of our wildlife and its environment in a very realistic style. More...
  • Brett Amanda

    Amanda Brett is a professional, galleried watercolour artist, her current focus is landscapes, still-life and teaching watercolour classes and workshops. More...
  • Cantereau Jeanne-Marie

    French-New Zealander watercolour artist Jeanne-Marie Cantereau, specializing in watercolour landscapes and still life. Member of Watercolour New Zealand Society More...
  • Collins Allan

    Alan Collins a dedicated plein air painter who works there on the spot in the prevailing conditions. A member of Watercolour NZ, an Elected Member of NZ Academy of Fine Arts & a Friend overseas member of RWS, London More...
  • Dickson Phil

    Phil Dickson was born in New Zealand and has lived in Wellington all his life. Phil's inspiration comes from a lifetime's love of landscape, townscape, history and the weather.

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  • Echt Studio

    Whetū van den Oever was born in Netherlands. Her work is influenced by expressions of animals and materials found in nature. Her creations show a sense of beauty, spirituality, vulnerability and strength of instinct.
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  • Elsby Sarah

    Abstract watercolours by Sarah Elsby, Auckland artist, are about expressing a feeling in response to sensations from my environment, which includes the natural and man made worlds.

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  • Grant Hanna

    Grant Hanna's surrealistic paintings and drawings are held in private and public collections in New Zealand, Australia, the USA and the United Kingdom.

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  • Hill Marc

    Mark Hill is a Wellington-based artist & photographer. Marc’s landscapes give us a glimpse of what the soul sees. Whether it’s in the quality of light, the formation of the cloud or the general atmosphere of the entire piece, his paintings offer an insight which is hard to photograph, film, or even describe in words. More...
  • Hyder, Jane

    Jane Hyder is a Wellington based artist (watercolour, oil, acrylic). More...
  • Jan Thomson

    Jan Thomson is a New Zealand painter working from Korimako Studio at St.Arnaud, Nelson Lakes National Park More...
  • Lambert, Deborah

    Award-winning New Zealand artist Deborah Lambert enjoys painting on more remote and natural locations. The subjects themselves are the lakes, mountains, big skies, rivers and valleys that make up the New Zealand landscape. Mesopotamia and scenic spots at Lake Ohau, Glen Lyon and Lake Brunner have inspired Debbie, as well as remote spots further south in the Rees Valley and Glenorchy. More...
  • Memelink Alfred

    Alfred Memelink is becoming well known for colourful streetscapes and seascapes, particularly of around the Wellington area. His love of the city, harbour and environment, come rain of shine, is reflected in his paintings. Alfred is at one with the watercolour medium in particular and his ‘Sea and Streetscapes’, often composed with interesting perspectives and moods, reflect his personal excitement of the scenes portrayed. More...
  • Parsons Bernadette

    Bernadette Parsons is one of New Zealand’s foremost watercolourists, she has been painting for 20 years. Her work has sold widely and been published in painting books. More...
  • Pearson Jacky

    Jacky paints watercolours in a style of impressionistic realism. This provides the opportunity of spontaneously capturing the transparent and exciting effects of atmospheric light. As well as painting maritime scenes, she also enjoys painting buildings, street scenes and landscapes. Living in Eastbourne has given Jacky an endless supply of subjects for developing her love of maritime scenes.

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  • Rogers Judy

    Judy Rogers paints in oils or acrylics, often sewing or otherwise forming canvas and other materials before painting – or painting on things that are already 3D. She is also very interested in creating environments for the viewer to be inside. More...
  • Smith, Gavin

    Renowned watercolour artist Gavin R.Smith lives & works in Te Awamutu, New Zealand. His confident bold approach to watercolour is complimented at times by the light touch of the brush and he also enjoy getting movement and interest in his works by introducing figures in an abstract form. He paints the world and beautiful places while travelling. His paintings are displayed in many homes throughout New Zealand and overseas. Member of Watercolour New Zealand Society. More...
  • Stuart Murray

    Murray Stuart’s style is characterised by bold brushstrokes and clean, vibrant colours. He adapts this distinctive style across a range of mediums including watercolour, oil and acrylic. More...
  • Tisdall, Mark

    Mark Tisdall is a New Zealand encaustic artist who lives and works in the Manawatu. His work features contemporary abstracts & impressionist landscapes in watercolour, oil and acrylics.

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  • Turk Ronda

    The Levin-based internationally acclaimed artist Ronda Turk enjoys working in oil & acrylics on canvas, blending realism and the personality of the artist and brush. Her work had sold throughout New Zealand and internationally. More...
  • Wickison Sue

    Sue Wickison style of painting is meticulous working in the traditional watercolour discipline capturing the details and nuances of colour of the plants. Paintings can take weeks or months to complete as layer upon layer of fine washes are built up to recreate the living plants on paper. More...
  • Wild Sue

    Sue Wild is an enthusiastic watercolour artist, painting outdoors regularly with friends. She carries her kit into the hills and dales and over the seas, ready to sketch or paint at any moment. She works in IT in education and is a keen glider pilot. She is the current President of Watercolour New Zealand.
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  • Woollett Miranda

    The art of Miranda Woollett is finely executed and touched by her experience as graphic designer and illustrator. At the centre of her work is Akatarawa valley, where she has lived, and the birds - present and extinct - that represent a dynamic and real relationship with New Zealand landscape. Her work often presents a geometric frame, which the artist describes as a space for exploring an idea...
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