Contemporary Fine Art Gallery in Nelson City. Promoting local artists from the Nelson region.
The Nelson art gallery that brings you stimulating work by artists from across Aotearoa
No visit to the galleries of Nelson would be complete without calling in at the Quiet Dog Gallery. Housed within an industrial warehouse space the gallery is spacious and full of light. The 7m high ceilings and concrete floor are the perfect environment for displaying contemporary art. The gallery focuses on art by established and emerging artists from around Aotearoa with a good amount of attention on Nelson artists too. There is a lively programme of exhibitions featuring solo and group shows which makes the experience of visiting always fresh and stimulating. The gallery favours art that has something to say and aims to seek out the surprises of the art world to bring you something different. So whether you are simply browsing for fun or keen to add a quality work to your collection be sure to make some time for the Quiet Dog Gallery.
We bring you an enticing selection of new work by our regular artists as well as some new introductions. Work can be bought and taken home so if you feel like treating yourself or others this Christmas come and see us.
Exhibiting new work by Jacqui Colley, James Robinson, Kathaleen Bartha, Greta Greenwood, Stan Bowski, Kirsten Cooper, Wallace Sutherland, Jane Tan, Nic Foster, Audrey Anderson and Georgie Johnson. If you’ve missed the recent exhibitions at the gallery we have included paintings by David Ryan, Wendy Lineham, Sally Burton and Hannah Maurice. There is also a wonderful collection of ceramics by Aaron Scythe and Steve Fullmer.
The QDGallery is proud to bring you enriching exhibitions that change regularly. If you miss out on a show and want to see work by a particular artist just let us know. We often keep a small selection of work in our stockroom. Join the mailing list to keep up to date with our exhibition schedule so you never miss out in the future.
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