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The Studio Gallery presents Jaymz and Gail Edmonds

Kia Ora

The Studio Gallery announces the opening of 'The Pros and Cons of Speech',
an exhibition by Jaymz and Gail Edmonds- Monday 27 June, 5:30 - 7:00.

This exhibition of mixed media, sculpture, assemblage and drawings,
explores the use of language: Grammatical quirkiness, figurative and
literal interpretations of speech are used in imaginative ways and often
stretched to make their point.

Jaymz and Gail are both emerging artists and presently live in Kerikeri.

Hours: Tues - Fri.2 noon - 5pm

Sat, 11am - 2pm


The Studio Gallery
385 New North Road

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