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Global Eye, Conservation Exhibition

Global Eye, Conservation Exhibition

Global Eye is an exhibition running this week and untill the 13th July, out at Pataka Gallery in Porirua. Go check it out or, you are more than welcome to attend the closing night with 2 dignitaries giving speeches, Sue Kegley, Greens Party MP and Winnie Laban, Mana MP on Sunday the 13th.

The show features work from myself and other international artists concerning conservation week and perspectives on the environment.

If you havn't made it out to Pataka in Porirua, its a great gallery with cafe.

There is another show running at the mo' called Birds featuring work from NZ artists & their portrayal of Birds. I went & checked it out last week, its a great show. It includes names like Don Binney, Bill Hammond, Seraphine Pick, Shane Cotton, Fiona Pardington & Rob Cherry to name a few.

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