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Roar! Gallery – Illumination & Stone Soup

Roar! Gallery – Illumination & Stone Soup


ART EXHIBITION: Illumination New acrylic paintings by Stephanie Scott.

Stone Soup: A tasty selection of new art by the yummy individuals of Pablos art studios.

WHERE: ROAR! gallery, 22 Vivian St, Wellingon

WHEN: 3rd-13th Feb.

Illumination.

Stephanie Scott

Stephanie Scott is Wellington based artist, born and raised in Hawkes Bay. Stephanie comes from a long line of woman artists and crafts people.

Illumination is the result of experimenting with the properties of light. By exaggerating the source of illumination in a composition.

Image of artwork attached - DISBELIEF

Stone Soup.

Pablos artists group show

Fresh flavours for 2005. Ingredients include paintings, prints, ceramics, mixed media and some secrets.

For more information contact Sheridan Rose, Gallery Manager roargallery@paradise.net.nz


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