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Artfuse Exhibition At House Of Hedone

Media release from House of Hedone Ltd

Artfuse Exhibition At House Of Hedone


Artfuse & guests

In an underground location, a unique space waiting to be discovered, on High Street, in the centre of the city.

The House of Hedone brings together the most unusual and diverse collections of art, fashion, furniture & accessories that are all made in New Zealand. New exhibitions each month mean the gallery is consistently changing and developing.
Opening on the 16th August 2011, 5-7pm is an exhibition with a difference. Artfuse & guests Eleven Artists, established and emerging, join together to exhibit an eclectic mix of painting, sculpture, ceramic, glass and bronze in a show that runs until 6 September 2011.

CHERYL WRIGHT, PETER GROGAN, ROSSI CAUGHEY, TINA FRANTZEN, TINEKE WILDE, GRAEME HITCHCOCK, JAMIE PICKERNELL, JAMES WRIGHT, JEFF THOMSON, JO BARWICK, MARK KANEKO

Who is Artfuse?

Artfuse is a group of eight individual practising artists of divergent cultures and styles who use their differences as a catalyst to ignite ideas and foster inspiration.

Since forming in 2005 public response to Artfuse exhibitions has consistently highlighted the excellent quality of work and the professionalism with which they have been presented.

For the sixth Artfuse exhibition, six guest artists have been invited to exhibit alongside five of the Artfuse group.
At the:
House of Hedone Gallery, 5b High Street, CBD Ph 09 303 3280 www.houseofhedone.co.nz
Gallery Hours: Tues – Frid 10am – 6pm; Sat 10am – 5pm; Sun 11am – 5pm; Mon closed.

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