West milton 7th annual art exhibition

I am exhibiting with a group of artists: www.nutpointgallery.com. Opening Night - Friday 18th February 2011 from 7:30pm  |  Saturday 19th - Sunday 20th February 2010 - 10am - 5pm. The Nut Point Centre. 703 Old West Coast Road, Christchurch 7671. Getting to The Nut Point: on the outskirts of Christchurch. Only 15 Minutes drive from Riccarton Road and 7 Minutes from the Christchurch Airport.  Go 7.3 km after turning to Old West Coast Road then turn left to  Langdales Rd  see LOCATION MAP. The West Melton Art Exhibition/ Event was established in 2005 At The Nut Point Gallery. It started as an initiative of a small group of local artists and has now grown to a wider area and variety of artists from the South Island as well as Overseas Artists. The aim is to promote and the arts onto decision makers in organizations and individuals involved in the art scene at Christchurch and anywhere else. The tradition started as an initiative around a small group of local artists in The West Melton Area at Selwyn District South Island New Zealand. In just a few years it has grown to a wider area and variety of artists, including some overseas exhibitors. In order to make the venue even more attractive, the exhibition hosts established artists alongside emerging ones, and celebrates each year with a different well known guest exhibitor. 2006,Peter Caley, 2007 Clack Esplin, 2008 Ed Labadie, 2009 Richard Bolton, 2010 Tim Wilson, 2011 Ivan Clarke. Each year, the annual event starts off with a festive opening night open to invited guests. The programme includes a guest speaker, usually by a government minister or a well know figure in the arts. Live classical music performers as well as bag pipe welcoming. The event has become an attraction of a high profile of individuals in the art scene from Christchurch  and Selwyn area, getting more recognition every passing year. The Exhibition is held in the New Zealand High summer season, early in the year usually at February and carried on to the weekend following the opening night. www.nutpointgallery.com


Saffron Art Gallery

The Saffron Gallery is situated at 300 Hilton Highway, Ken Wills Complex, on the main highway just North of Timaru. The focus of the gallery is to provide works of a collectable nature to the viewing public.

Director Rosemary Walden is committed to promoting traditional and contemporary New Zealand art and can advise on all matters relating to the collection of art, both private and corporate. The Saffron Gallery exhibits painting, sculpture and limited edition works on paper drawn from the studios of some of New Zealand ’s most significant artists. (We offer a variety of outstanding works from the secondary market). Saffron Gallery is dedicated to working with an exciting group of young and critically acclaimed, award-winning New Zealand artists. We have a rigorous selection process which is designed to ensure that our clients are offered the best artworks from the emerging and rising stars of the New Zealand art world. Our experienced team will keep you informed of all the latest market trends with reports, newsletters, opportunities to meet the artists and to attend regular gallery viewing's. We encourage you to visit us and view artworks currently available. We invite you to visit The Saffron Gallery, 300 Hilton Highway, Timaru, New Zealand to view quality realistic, abstract, traditional and contemporary New Zealand art. View their website here...

Te Ariki Art Gallery

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Paintings by Roselyn Cloake are often exhibited at Te Ariki Art Gallery.  Currently the gallery has the painting "Tribute to McCahon & Hotere". The painting was inspired by the great New Zealand painters Colin McCahon and Ralph Hotere. The quote "what would you do if you have no fear" has caused more emotion and discussion than any other painting. Click here for a larger image. Te Ariki Gallery, Four Peaks Plaza, Geraldine, New Zealand. (Corner of Talbot and Cox streets). P: +64 3 693 9110  | www.tearikigallery.co.nz


Who: South Canterbury Artists
What: Aigantighe Artack Exhibition
Where: Aigantighe Art Gallery
When: Open's1st Dec 06, Free entry

The Aigantighe plays a key role in discovering, nurturing, supporting and promoting South Canterbury artistic talent within the auspices of public art museum. The artists represented in Artack were invited by the Director to create an artwork for this exhibition. they are among the artists whom the Aigantighe has helped in one way or an other in recent years. Most of them have established careers but a few are 'blossoming' now.

Aoraki Creative Cluster


Flourish Series Exhibition
Who: Roselyn Cloake
What: Art Exhibition - Flourish Series Exhibition
Where: Café Mes Amis, State Highway 1 Orari Temuka, 0-3-693 7981
When: Mon 28th Aug 06 - Mon 30th Oct 06 

* The show opens with a gala event on Thursday evening (6.30pm-8.30pm), then to the public on Friday and Saturday from 10am-4pm. This is a show not to be missed. For the first time my Flourish series will be exhibited with this group exhibition. Look forward to seeing you there.Supporting Artistic Exposure

What: Inaugural Aoraki Original Art Sale
Where: Timaru, Sopheze on the Bay
When: Thurs 24 Aug - Sat 26 Aug 06

Lochiel School Art Exhibition


Who: Artists from South Canterbury and Otago including Roselyn Cloake
What: Fundraiser for Lochiel School P.T.A
Where: At the Reception Room at the Hideaway 201, RD1, Winton, New Zealand
When: Opening Night: 28th April 7.00pm - Complimentary Wine and Cheese, Viewing Times: 30th April 11.00am to 4.00pm - Complimentary afternoon tea. 

Celebrate New Gallery - Roselyn Cloake Art Exbhition


What: Celebration of New Gallery 
When: Fri 10th March 06 7pm
Where: Bank Street, Timaru, New Zealand.

Stuart Spurr is opening is new art gallery on Bank street Friday night 7pm. I've have some pieces going in with work from Christina Mc Donald, Elizabeth Love, Stuart Spurr and Geoff Cloake. This area is developing into an arts centre so it's all very exciting. And you'll notice some big changes since my Christmas exhibition. There will be a combination of my private collection (you may have seen prior to Christmas as dislocating my shoulder has put a stop to painting over the last few weeks...) And you will see the beginnings of my new "Icon" Series - Playing on Russian Icons with my Dutch windmill and NZ landscape subject matter. Be really great to have your support on the night to celebrate the evening. There are a few people going. Stuart's got the piano out as well so we might even have a bit of a jam session, while you guys soak up the wine and refreshments so it should be a fun social night