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Re-opening of The Studio Gallery for 2005

Kia Ora koutou! … greetings from us here at /The Studio Gallery/ !! We trust and hope that you had a safe and happy New Year period.

With the new year now well upon us, and March just ahead, comes the re-opening of /The Studio Gallery/ for 2005.

We believe we have an enriching and provoking collection of exhibitions lined up over this year, beginning with ‘/Flow’/, an exhibition of Cast Glass by RON REICHS.

/‘Flow’/ opens on Monday 7 March at the usual time of 5:30 pm, and runs until 19 March- you will find your invitation to this exhibition attached.

_Following ‘/Flow’, / _/The Studio Gallery/ will be home to these_ exhibitions:_

22 March – 2 April, /Light Dreams/,

lamps by ANDREW PALACE.

5 – 16 April, /Ethereal Landscapes, /

new works by SIMON MARLER & JANEEN LOVE.

19 – 30 April, /James Joyce at the G.Z.G. Old Boys //Reunion-// /

recent 2D & 3D works by FRANK WYLIE.

3 – 14 May, /New Works, /

Ceramics by JENGIS POOR.

17 – 28 May, /Images & Words, /

paintings by KEVIN IRELAND.

We look forward to seeing you here at the gallery, during this new season.

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