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Courtyard Gallery Becomes Aesthete


Courtyard gallery becomes Aesthete

Courtyard Gallery is pleased to announce a name change for our gallery. From now on we shall be known as 'Aesthete Gallery'.


Panama Woman -- Hanly


The word 'aesthete' is pronounced 'es-thete' and literally means 'One who has a higher appreciation of beauty, as in art'. We also have established a sister 'Aesthete Gallery' in Hamilton. Both are member galleries of Fine Art Society NZ Ltd.

We are especially delighted to extend an invitation to help us celebrate the name change through our forthcoming exhibition, entitled 'A Century of Investment'.

This name change and exhibition are the culmination of several months work and we are excited by the prospect of its presentation to the art lovers of Auckland.

Many top quality paintings will be on display, covering more than a century of artistic endeavour, with prices ranging from $500 to in excess of $50,000.

This is the most impressive display of New Zealand fine art we have been able to offer for sale and is certainly an exhibition not to be missed.

You are cordially invited to attend the private preview of

'A Century of Investment'

3pm Sunday 1st July 2007

I do hope you are able to attend and look forward to welcoming you to the gallery.

Kind regards
Pierre Peeters

ENDS

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