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Artrium Gallery is now showing an extreme exhibition - WOW!

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Artrium Gallery is now showing an extreme exhibition - WOW! - World of Wonderful ART!

From tiny intricate graphite drawings - to HUGE canvases that seem to leap off the wall, this is one exhibtion you don't want to miss. Artrium Gallery is proud to showcase some of New Zelands finest new and emerging artists. This show is one like no other - with the talent of: Kim Hunter, Owen Smith, Orit Shemtov, Kylie Law, Veronica Young, Eve Southan, Helen Casey, Martin Turner, Alan Cootes, Shivaun Hogan, Claudia Recorean and Natalie Britten.

This show runs until the 7th of September and conveniently Artrium Gallery is open 7 days 9am-5pm. (or by appointment outside of these hours) New exhibtions run every 4 weeks - always a variety of quality artworks. Artrium Gallery is located at 310 #4 Tinakori Road, in Thorndon. Located between the Botanical Gardens and Parliament - in the quaint Tinakori Road Village. Plenty of galleries, cafes, health/beauty, vintange, antiques and even fine dining in this prestigous little hidden village - one of Wellingtons best kept secrets - and only a few minute walk from Lambton Quay.

Artrium Gallery also offers a variety of services including: Kids art classes, private tutor, workshops, framing services, custom art, art for hire, commissions and art consultancy.


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