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: Welcome to the RED Art Gallery, Design Store & Café RED Art Gallery & Café is a gorgeous art gallery, design store and café located in a beautiful heritage building in the heart of Nelson, New Zealand. We are a unique & quirky gallery which stocks beautiful artworks from local and international artists, fabulous design products from around the world & delicious food & coffee. We ship all products and paintings easily & affordably around the world. Pop in and visit us or browse our online store. The Red Cafe The Red Café is a delightful place to enjoy a superb coffee with a ham & gruyére croissant for breakfast or one of our famous date scones. Beautiful soup & a crusty piece of sourdough is always on offer for Winter lunch, or you might be lucky enough to have a homemade Venison pie or other daily lunch special. Treat yourself to a heavenly macaroon with a cup of Oriental Lime Tea, or indulge in a chocolate brownie coupled with a divine dark Belgian hot chocolate. We serve 100% fairtrade and organic coffee from People’s Coffee & local organic milk. Simple, quality food at it’s very best. […]
1 Bridge Street Nelson
ATELIER STUDIO|GALLERY Art, Creativity, and Faith ATELIER Studio|Gallery is a not-for-profit initiative that exists to support, represent, and promote artists of faith. ATELIER is positioned as an incubator for both the ideas and the making that generate creativity and visual influence. ATELIER is a community where art, creativity, and faith connect. ATELIER STUDIO The private studio at ATELIER Studio|Gallery is an incubator for creativity. It is a creative space that functions in multiple ways to connect with the public, local community and national arts communities. Through the studio, we offer mid-week art classes, art mentorship, Arts Incubators (intensive learning workshops), collaborative spaces, and a safe place to explore creativity and art making.
329 Trafalgar Square, Nelson 7010, New Zealand
OUR ARTISTS Parker Gallery supports a wide range of artists from Nelson, Tasman & Marlborough, and around New Zealand. These artists have developed a consistent approach to their chosen medium, and as a result have a strong body of work that is unique. Artists of this calibre work tirelessly to create artworks that are always of an exceptional quality.
90 Achilles Avenue, Nelson
We showcase and sell locally made art in a wide range of styles, prices and sizes. Want to make a statement, buy a gift that lasts or have a great conversation piece in your home or office? Do it with New Zealand made art. We have an online shop coming soon. Come visit us, we are located in the heart of the Nelson CBD in the Dowson’s Arcade. Atkins Gallery Intro from Todd Starr on Vimeo.
34 Bridge st, Nelson
BILL BURKE, LOCAL NELSON ARTIST AND PICTURE FRAMER Living in Little Kaiteriteri with views up towards the Abel Tasman National Park, the golden sands and azure waters of this scenic location have been the inspiration for many of Bill Burke’s paintings. His oil and pastel artworks are often quirky, capturing subtle nuances, from the satisfied expression of a sow lying on her side feeding her piglets, to the weather-worn face of an old farmer standing in a corrugated iron shed. Bill says he paints pretty much whatever catches his eye, and is as much known for his colourful landscapes, busy maritime scenes and farmyard animals, as he is for his portrayal of people. From an early age Bill Burke’s passion and focus has always been drawing and painting. He began drawing with pen & ink while at Nelson College, holding his first exhibition as a nineteen year old at the Chez Elco Gallery, drawing old Nelson historic homes and buildings. Bill spent a number of years painting in watercolour before introducing oils and then pastels, wonderfully recording New Zealand’s unique light and vibrant colours. Bill’s extremely polished technical skills are evident in his works and his painterly approach has often […]
15 B Ajax Avenue nelson
Welcome to The Suter Art Gallery – where art matters The Suter Art Gallery Te Aratoi o Whakatū is a memorial to the second Bishop of Nelson, Andrew Burn Suter (1830-1895). Bishop Suter and his wife Amelia travelled to Nelson in 1867 to lead the Anglican diocese and they became major figures in early Nelson society. In addition to his official duties, Bishop Suter also busied himself with artistic pursuits as a recreational painter and collector of art. In 1889 he established the Bishopdale Sketching Club (now the Nelson Suter Art Society) and served as its first President and critic. He was also a friend of the painter John Gully (1819-1888) and developed a substantial collection of that artist’s work. In 1890, the Bishop suffered a stroke which left him incapacitated for the last five years of his life. During this period he discussed his ‘long cherished wish’ to present an art gallery to the people of Nelson. Immediately after the Bishop’s death in 1895, Amelia began to realise her husband’s dream. She gifted some land, money and Bishop Suter’s art collection as the founding donation. Herself unwell, Amelia then returned to England and died barely a year after her […]
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