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“Common Ground first for NZ Artists”


“Common Ground first for NZ Artists”

On September 15th 2008, 16 South Island NZ Art Guild members are set to wow

Cantabrians with their eclectic collection of artworks in a first of a kind exhibition.

The Exhibition titled “Common Ground” will raise the bar for artists throughout New Zealand as this group of well known artists showcase their talents and make their original works available for sale to the general public.

The public are invited to a unique opportunity to meet and watch the “Artists in Residence” who will be creating paintings onsite during the opening day celebrations, Monday September 15th. The Artists involved are excited to share this experience with everyone.

All the participating artists - Amanda Hook, Anni Morris, Barb Warren, Chavah Kinloch, Cheryl Irwin, Elissa Ramsay, Janet Marshall, Jude Blake, Kirsty Black, Maria Hartley, Pam Buffery, Rachael Inch, Ron Esplin, Sharon Burger, Shelly Van Soest, Tanya Dann, Viv Hansen – are proud members of the NZ Art Guild.

The NZ Art Guild is a nationwide organisation which is committed to promoting, supporting and providing resources and opportunities to all kiwi artists.

“Common Ground” is showing from Monday 15th - 21st September 2008.

Mon - Sun 10am - 5pm

Opening Day - Artists in Residence - Monday 15th September.

Gallery “O” in the Christchurch Arts Center

Level 1, Boulevard shops and galleries

Worchester Boulevard (stairwell adjacent to Coffee Corner)
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