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The Raglan Community Clay Shed

THE RAGLAN COMMUNITY CLAY SHED The Clay Shed features the creative endeavours of local clay artists. From large sculptures and object d’art to functional pieces of all sizes, the clay artists use hand-building techniques as well as wheel work to create a stunning array of ceramic art. Old School Arts Centre, 5 Stewart Street  07…

Karin Bettley

KARIN BETTLEY Karin Bettley is a ceramic artist living in coastal Raglan. A love of nature, people and a sense of landscape, mood and movement is evident in her work which is both hand built and thrown on the wheel. Karin makes both sculptural pieces and homewares. “So often I am at the heart of…

Marianne Aschenbrenner

Marianne Aschenbrenner

MARIANNE ASCHENBRENNER Since February 2019 I have lived in Whaingaroa (Raglan). Originally coming from Germany in the late 80’s, I fell in love with the wild and magical beauty of Aotearoa New Zealand. I started weaving while I lived up North and was taught by my master teacher Elke Radewald. I attended a Weaving Waananga…

Richard Page

Richard Page

RICHARD PAGE After an apprenticeship with Yael Artsi, Richard was introduced to Italy via Cynthia Sah & Nicholas Bertoux. There were sizable gaps in between works in which he built a house and studio in Raglan. “Sculpture was always in my mind, and life in its own way, has led me to the decision to…

Wanda Barker

Wanda Barker

WANDA BARKER I have been a practicing artist for some time. My work is mostly restorative, nostalgic, large colourful abstract expressionist paintings. I sometimes paint small, on paper and cardboard. I use many materials, collage and embellishments. Bad calligraphy, misspelt words, paint, embroideries and fabric, old wall papers, clay, glitter, builders foam and a range…

Wendy Lemmon website artwork suitcase

Wendy Lemmon

WENDY LEMMON Wendy Lemmon moved with her husband Stan, to Raglan 8 years ago, building an industrial home in Okete. Previously owning a Gallery in Hamilton and studying interior design, Wendy had the desire to return to the art scene and her flair to create and 5 years ago opened Rivet, a new gallery space…

Annick Faubert feature

Annick Faubert

ANNICK FAUBERT Annick is an ethical taxidermy artist, using a range of naturally deceased or discarded animals from hunters or farmers and even road kills in some instances. Annick creates unique art pieces for all kinds of art enthusiasts. 21 Cross Street @annickftaxidermyart  021 103 8551 [email protected]