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A Must See - A Must Buy At PR Gallery This Week

A Must See - A Must Buy At

PR Gallery this Week:


Sisters Saffron and Sola Laurence-Bade, both Auckland based artists.


Photographer and mixed media artist, Sola drawers on her strong Maori back ground incorporating her European ancestry into her pieces which communicate a deep love for her bicultural upbringing.


Oils on Canvas and Mixed Media artist, Saffron has a strong connection to Mother Nature. Finding comfort and sanctuary in the blossoming perennials and annual which blanket mother earth.

Both Artists can be seen at the PR Gallery from

2nd October - 16th October.

For further enquires please don't hesitative to either drop in or contact the Gallery on.

The only way to view the best that New Zealand has to offer in fantastic New Zealand Emerging Talent is at PR Gallery & Espresso 361 K"Road

Have nothing to do on your day off or in between lunch breaks,searching for that new hot spot to be seen at .Then search no more head to PR Gallery & Espresso 361 K"Road where its the only place to see stunning work from your local artists creating great things for themselves at

PR Gallery & Espresso 361 K'Road.

Let the sophisticated aroma of Atomic Espresso encapsulate your every senses. Or just relax back and view great art.

PR Gallery & Espresso the best thing to happen to K'Road.

PR Gallery & Espresso

361 K'Road


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