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ROAR! gallery presents… ROAR! MINCE PIES


 

ROAR! gallery presents… ROAR! MINCE PIES

 Selected with Christmas in mind this exhibition promises to be an exciting and ever changing mosaic of paintings and hand-made objects featuring many Pablos artists, a selection of other regular ROAR! exhibiters and some new faces too.

It’s a cash and carry show – which means the buyer can literally lift the purchased artwork off the wall and take it home for Christmas. Running for three weeks it’s a great way to support Pablos Art Studio and give someone you care about a unique hand-made gift.

There are poignant small drawings by Charles Cunningham and Daniel Phillips. Embroidery from Spark Studio in Auckland, wacky assemblages by Gypsy Blu, David Boyle and Christine Strang, Christmas decorations and cards from Athina Moisa, Anne Moore and Kirsten Julian and jewellery by Margaret Feeney, Dianne Connal…and everything from kiwis to kowhai by Di McMillan.

We also have delicious free Emporio Coffee to try with your ROAR! mince pies on the opening night (Thursday) and Sunday 5th December morning too!

…in short something to suit every taste and pocket with delicious prices from just $15

Join us to celebrate the Christmas season on the opening night

Thursday 2 December from 5 – 7pm.


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