Artists and galleries in Paraparaumu/Otaihanga.
This centre showcases unique furniture, garden sculpture and art.
Stylish, elegant, handmade felt from merino wool, silk fibres and silk material. Gossamer unique scarves to robust vests, bags, cushions and pictures.
Caren & Derek work as a team to handcraft colourful fused glass artworks & Jewellery.
Whetū has been painting since 2002 and is largely self-taught.
Rebecca Neal-From statement collectors pieces, to domestic ware, decorative vessels, jewellery and outdoor works, Rebecca's ceramics are lively and colourful.
Isabel creates work using textiles (harakeke, felt and other fibres) as well as ceramics and paintings (watercolour and pastels).
JoAnna Mere (Ngāti Porou) is an environmental jeweller who creates body & land sculptures from metal gathered during beach walks in marine & nature reserves of the Kāpiti rohe.
Joy paints watercolour landscapes from the Kapiti & Wellington area. She also creates batik, paintings on unprepared cotton,using textile dues & wax.
Ron Wilson-My work can be about a variety of subjects but usually around certain themes.
KYS is a youth one stop shop for young people aged 10 - 24. We provide a range of health services whilst supporting various youth activities including the arts.
When I work from the life model I access my right hemisphere which makes the outcome vary depending on my choice of medium and style.
Lora is a painter/printmaker often combines materials and media, she paints expressively using colour and mark uniquely and intuitively.
Lydia specialises in colourful abstract painting.
Indoor /outdoor mirrors in the picaisette style using mainly broken china some tile and found objects.plus decorative crosses, varying sizes.
Marion loves the challenge of Watercolour Painting & strives to produce light-filled realistic New Zealand landscapes. She also enjoys painting flowers & portraits.
A collection of art by local emerging artists known as The Otaihanga & Kapiti Women's Painting Groups. Tutored by Kathy Lyall, featuring a variety of works, styles & mediums.
Inspired by nature, art and history Sharon enjoys working with sterling silver and gemstones to create unique pieces of wire art and chainmaille jewellery.
Tania uses a variety of materials in her work including ash, charcoal, sand, bark, inks and acrylic paint.
Exploring Colour, Form and Light my painting express a modified view of the world with shape and form. Via the medium of Oil on Canvas. (Medium to large pieces)
Wendi makes unique jewellery using handmade glass beads, Swarovski Crystal, wire wrapping and metals.
A collection of art by local artists.