Pauline Bellamy's career has been the subject of a Oculus research journal essay by Samantha McKegg. This project began in conjunction with 2014 exhibition Pretty Dreams, Hard Work, Survival. You can read the essay and find out more about Oculus research journal by clicking here.
Pauline has also recently been awarded two first prize awards. She took out the open section at the 2015 Southland Art Society Awards and first equal at the March Out of Summer exhibition at the Otago Art Society. Congratulations Pauline!
Emma Chalmers has recently completed the Lavinia Winter Fellowship at the New Zealand Pacific Studio residency in the Wairarapa. Emma had a very productive time whilst working on a series of gouache paintings in response to French philosopher Simone de Beauvoir's book The Ethics of Ambiguity. Watch this space for more information about this exciting body of work. Emma is also part of a group exhibition currently on show until the 11th April at Bowen Gallery in Wellington.
Max Bellamy has just returned from the Byron Bay International Film Festival where he was representing his documentary The Characteristics of C-Minor. You can read the ODT article about his trip here. He recently got the good news he has been accepted for a residency in Nevada, USA at the Montello Foundation.
Manu Berry has been steadily working towards our upcoming exhibition Headlands and has some fantastic new work to share. This show opens on the 29th of March at 4pm and we welcome you to the opening.
John Bellamy has been developing new works in preperation for a solo exhibition later this year. Sure to be an interesting exhibition amongst a programme of shows that we are very excited to present.