Current Exhibitions at The Suter
Ben Pearce: Life Will go on Long After Money
On show now until November 22nd 2020
Life Will Go On Long After Money is a reconstruction of a real structure, and the imagined life lived within it.
On view now until August 30th 2020
“Gratitude is the sign of noble souls.” – Aesop
Artworks from Nelson/Tasman children, and The Suter Collection, that celebrate essential workers and our sense of home and community.
Michael Dell: Endless Days
On view now until October 4th 2020
A solo exhibition of Michael Dell’s enigmatic and atmospheric paintings and drawings.
MICHAEL DELL, LANDSCAPE AT MOUTERE, 2017, ACRYLIC ON LINEN, 580 X 620MM. ON LONG TERM LOAN TO THE SUTER ART GALLERY TE ARATOI O WHAKATŪ COLLECTION
Suter Art Classes:
Spaces are still available for our intermediate to college age art class on Thursdays (3.45 pm until 5pm). This is a great opportunity for students to extend their skills, learn new techniques, and consider where to look for inspiration. Take a look at the education page on our website for more information, or call The Suter front desk on: 035484699
Whats on in the McKee Gallery:
Pond and Inlet, and exhibition by Jocelyn Ward.
On show now until July 19th.
The Suter shop:
The Suter Shop would like to welcome new artist Rose Stobie of ‘The Poet’s Wardrobe.’ The Poet’s Wardrobe hand-make collectible clothing in small quantities that are inspired by New Zealand poet’s. Rose’s unique and beautiful tote bags are available now in The Suter Shop.
Look out on Friday for a new collection highlight featuring Toss Wollaston by Suter Curator Sarah McClintock. You will be able to find this months collection highlight as well as past collection highlights on The Suter Website: http://thesuter.org.nz/collection-highlights