This beautiful Incalmo and etched vessel is in the most beautiful green tone, enhanced by the clear frame and soft etching of the outer surface. The top has stunning fine, black lines, carefully shaped and positioned to show movement and dance.
26cm height x 24cm width and 7cm depth
Channel Crossing I and II
Wood & Ceramic Wall Sculpture by Mark Brockie
Mark Brockie, a Matakana local artist, combines his skill of ceramic work, sculpture and design beautifully with these two pieces. The pieces represent the juxtaposition of nature and man-made, especially evident in the movement of the ceramics.
179cm height x 48cm width
Floral Bouquet by Jeff Thomson
Floral Bouquet in layers of colours....
Corrugated Iron sculpture in Jeff's signature style - layer over layer of stunningly coloured iron that also throw shadows onto the wall around it. The colours change by the hour of day, and spotlight it at night to create real drama.
130cm height x 98cm wide.
"Royal Bay Trophy"
Slipcast Porcelain by Julie Collis
One of Julie Collis's larger trophies, this one oozes the charm and delight typical for her work, while also being beautiful with great presence. The painted gold in 24ct gold off-sets the bright white of the porcelain beautifully.
24cm height x 29cm width
Wall Sculpture by Jamie Adamson
The first sculpture made by Jamie out of solid American Ash, requiring a different style of workmanship due to not steam-bending. The manipulation is limited, putting more emphasis on the design rather than technique of the craft. A striking piece.
Jeff Thomson Bouquet
With more delicate colours and a whimsical, feathery grass, flax, toi toi and fern design, this smaller bouquet in particular throws beautiful shadows onto the wall, giving it a wonderful 3D effect.
82cm high x 75cm width
Wooden Wall Sculpture by Maria Lloyd
With her typical mixture of African, Pacific and New Zealand influences, Maria creates a blend of her cultural diversity in each stunning piece she creates.
94cm height x 9cm width
Ceramic Sculpture by Kiya Nancarrow
The stunning twisted forms test handling of ceramics to the max. Kiya visualises the forms as she works them, then glazes and secures the pieces into, generally two, interlocking pieces.
64cm width x 40cm height x 29cm depth
"Rosewood Weave II"
Wall Scultpure by Jamie Adamson
The beautiful warmth and movement of each piece of wood, overlain and woven into position to create a warm, striking large disk. Beautiful.
90cm diameter, 13cm off the wall
Jeff Thomson Boutquet
Layer upon layer of iconic New Zealand bush scenes - flax, Toi Toi, Fern, overlapping greenery and some tropical flowers thrown in...just like walking through the bush.
82cm height x 86cm width, $2,300
Graal Glass Vessel
Blown Glass in the Graal Technique by Chris Jones.
A rare glass blowing technique that allows colours, decoration and patterns to be trapped between two separate glass blowing phases. This vessel is additionally shaped to further enhance the process. A stunner.
32cm height x 20cm diameter
Incalmo Blown Masterpiece
Hand-blown Incalmo Vessel with cane pick-up by Katie Brown.
The elegance and simplicity of this beautiful piece is breathtaking. Watch the videos of glassblowing, and you will be even more intrigued how something this stunning and perfect can be created.
50cm height x 28cm wide x 11cm depth
Metal Wall Sculpture by Jamie Adamson
Layer on layer of stunningly coloured powder-coated steel, balanced to perfection. The slightly different tones of colour are enhanced when the light hits from different angles.
Large Aqua Vessel
Hand-built Ceramic Vessel by Merilyn Wiseman.
The soft, almost translucent colour of turquoise glaze is so New Zealand, it suits any house large enough to be able to house it. Perfect for a hall table or sideboard, this vessel is striking. And amazing to think it is built by a very small lady artist working in this heavy medium.
40cm height x 33cm width x 22cm depth
"Stand Alone" by Kiya Nancarrow
Kiya 'owns' the ceramic or flowing paper clay sculpture! She has perfected this skill, often having other ceramic artists marvelling over the pieces on display, scratching their heads as to how she does them.
This one is a single, as opposed to her often intertwined double structures. It is therefore easy to move, should you like it on a dining table as a centrepiece (and therefor have to move it often).
Rimu Wall Sculpture
by Jamie Adamson
Pate de Verre Glass Vessel by Sue Hawker.
Using this complex, beautiful and frustrating technique, this masterpiece is created to be like a fairy-tale. Read more on this on Sue Hawkers profile page...
43cm x 23cm diameter
Hand-built Ceramic Sculpture by Ivan Vostinar
32cm x 19cm x 15cm
Echo Vase with Weft
Hand-built Ceramic Vase by Merilyn Wiseman.
The iconic Merilyn Wiseman hand-built ceramic pieces are refined, elegant, yet a bit organic and tactile. They stand tall, proud and with attitude, but area also elegant and minimalist. Merilyn is a master.
33cm x 27cm x 12cm
Echo Vase with Raindrops
Hand-built Vase by Merilyn Wiseman.
As the Weft Echo Vessel, the Raindrops Vessel is equally as striking, but maybe even with more attitude. If you look at this front on (in the next image) it looks like a person standing there, hands on hip..."you want whaaat?". Makes us smile every time we see it.
37cm x 12cm
Echo Vase with Raindrops
Incalmo Vessel with cane pick-up by Katie Brown
KTB073, $ 2,950
19cm x 28cm x 11cm
Hand-built ceramic sculpture by Ivan Vostinar.
Part of the collection of quirky people and creatures, this one is proud and fun. It really does go 'ta-daaaah'.