Category Archive: art exhibitions

Yvonne Millar – The Silk Road. A Floral Journey

Soul Sistas: Nine Māori Women Artists 15 June – 21 July 2019

Matariki Public Program 6 July from 10am-12pm Rāranga weaving demonstration with Lisa Harding (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Hako, Ngāti Maniapoto) Free public event. Supported by Waimakariri District Creative Communities Scheme 6 July from 1.30-3.30pm… Continue reading

Celebrating Matariki

Folio, 2019

Our new exhibition starts on Tuesday 16th April, and we are delighted to be showing the Oxford Area School students’ 2018 NCEA Art Panels.

‘Shearers in the Shed and Other Works’ exhibition

This show has been extended until 14th April 2019. As well as the six works in the Shearers in the Shed series, local Oxford artist Roddy Kidd has two of his current oil… Continue reading

Loretta Palmer and Amanda Coleman

High Flow Acrylics and Basketry Showcase of works by two emerging artists in the small exhibition space.  Opened on 10 February, the show closes on 3 March 2019. Loretta is exhibiting one group… Continue reading

Kris Waldin Near and Far: Selected works spanning the period 2015 – 2018

The local environment is a constant source of stimulation for Kris Waldin, fromthe unfolding drama of the nor’wester above foothills or wild flowers dropping petals. Large painted landscapes convey a sense of movement… Continue reading

Summer Show #4

A gallery-curated group show with South Island artists.  The show includes 2D and 3D works in a variety of media. Every December Arts In Oxford has a large group show which runs through the Christmas… Continue reading

Māua Tahi: Ranui Ngarimu & Paula Rigby

Māua Tahi: Ranui Ngarimu and Paula Rigby Exhibition: 3 November – 9 December 2018 The mutual respect of two weavers exploring and sharing ideas, concepts, skills and techniques from Te Whare Pora (The… Continue reading

Cutting Edge Workshops

  Felting Workshop, Sunday 30 September Many thanks to Kate Mahoney for providing the beautiful materials and and guiding us through the process to make a bag.  It was amazing how the felt formed… Continue reading