"24 Fingers and 6 Thumbs" by Heather Matthews, Ian Anderson and Pam Naylor

Where

Estuary Arts Centre, 214B Hibiscus Coast Highway, Orewa, Auckland

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When

Saturday 28 January 2023
10am-3pm


Sunday 29 January 2023
10am-3pm


Monday 30 January 2023
9am-4pm


Tuesday 31 January 2023
9am-4pm


Wednesday 1 February 2023
9am-4pm


Thursday 2 February 2023
9am-4pm


Friday 3 February 2023
9am-3pm


Saturday 4 February 2023
10am-3pm


Sunday 5 February 2023
10am-3pm


Monday 6 February 2023
9am-4pm


Tuesday 7 February 2023
9am-4pm


Wednesday 8 February 2023
9am-4pm


Thursday 9 February 2023
9am-4pm


Friday 10 February 2023
9am-3pm


Saturday 11 February 2023
10am-3pm


Sunday 12 February 2023
10am-3pm


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Cost

Free

Contact

kim Boyd
manager@estuaryarts.org
021 172 4113

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Ian Anderson Fine Art
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Heather Matthews
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Pam Naylor
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Pam Naylor

A group exhibition featuring the work of Heather Matthews, Ian Anderson and Pam Naylor.

Heather Matthews (MBE, BFA) - Tindalls Bay
Teaches painting and drawing to adults at “ARTLAB” in Whangaparaoa. Formally one of NZ’s top women athletes, she returned to university at age 58 and received a Fine Arts degree, majoring in painting. She loves colour and moved from realism to abstraction to formulate new ideas.
This exhibition will follow the theme “Jigsaws”, using playful shapes and bright colours.

Pam Naylor (MST) - Gulf Harbour
I enjoy capturing beautiful colours from local scenery with acrylics on canvas and work with pen and ink, water colour and other media.
My acrylics on canvas have a “hint of impressionism”. I work from photos keeping the finished piece as authentic as possible without being too perfect. I enjoy mixing my own colours and tones, working with light and shade to create the impression of detail. My water colours, start with a pencil sketch, then black ink before colouring, creating a cartoon style.
This exhibition reflects my range of media and includes pieces with personal memories that are not for sale.

Ian Anderson (ERBH) - Warkworth
I paint mostly in oils on gesso-primed archival linen canvas. I’m also an illustrator, storyteller, poet, designer, photographer, leather artist and creative thinking tutor. I love anything creative, and this exhibit is my “Ians retro and current skite”. From the grand to the small, I thought it's about time to put myself back in the public arena, and I’m privileged to join Heather and Pam in our "6 hands and 4 thumbs” creative expression.

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