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collette Known for her modern, contemporary work, Collette Fergus has two distinct styles: her serious, abstract and surrealist work, and a fun, contemporary range that includes an increasingly infamous character - Boozehag, now re-branded as Ms Chardonnay Minx.

Collette is a popular New Zealand commission artist with an ability to accurately interpret clients wishes. Her artworks sell worldwide as well as from galleries throughout New Zealand.

Bell-Walsh, Jacqueline
Contemporary New Zealand paintings were an inspiration to Jacqueline Bell-Walsh at a young age. Unwilling to settle for one "genre" of painting, Jac sees her work falling into three separate categories; contemporary figurative, pacifica and expressionist abstract. Her preferred media is oil on linen.
Coufreur, Jos

Jos Coufreur specialises in figurative work, he is well known for his children on the beach paintings. He also does portrait commissions: wedding, horse and dog, family etc.

Dean, Joanne

In her oil portraits, Joanne Dean works from a mixture of photos and life. She try's to capture the feeling of the person involved using a combination of that which is captured momentarily as well as an expression of the individual nature of the person.
Website: Joanne Dean

Kornman, Christine & Rebecca

Artists Christine and Rebecca Kornman, both from graphics backgrounds, their contemporary works are inspired by colour, body form and New Zealand landscape. Christine paints in mixed media and Rebecca in heavy textural mono oils. Commissions are welcomed.

Lashlie, Dave

Custom Photographer Dave Lashlie specialises in portrait, lifestyle, commercial and architectural photography. Why select me as your photographer? Because I simply deliver you the best experience imaginable. I'll walk you through the image creation process in a fun and relaxed way, while maintaining the professionalism you expect.

Mclachlan, Bruce

Bruce Mclachlan is a well known Waikato commission artist whose paintings of classic cars and portraiture is popular throughout New Zealand as well as being in many overseas private collections.

Mitchell, Adele

Adele Mitchell's work is endlessly changing and developing as it grows in depth and understanding. The natural fascination she has for patterns and colour, nurtured in her weaving days acts as the basis for Adele's present works.

Seed, Karen

Karen Seed's work is best described overall as non-representational abstract. Strong use of line, shape, texture and colour combine to create strong composition. Karen paints with acrylics on canvas and sometimes shaped wooden bases.

Sommerville, Noleen

Noleen Sommerville’s particular passion is portraiture and the figure, and over time she has developed her own method of glazing to build up the translucency of skin. Noleen paints from the heart and she loves to depict emotion in her paintings, engaging the viewer in the stories of her subjects.
Website: Noleen Sommerville

Watson, Kathy E

"What you paint is how you feel about a scene. What you see, how you react to it, how you perceive it as an individual - it is emotional." J.M.W. Turner’s description of his painterly approach is what Kathy E Watson strives to achieve.

Winterburn, Russell

Russell John Winterburn is a realist artist specialising in oil portraits. Formal commissions include Sir Edmund Hillary, Sir John Graham and Sir Colin Meads. Maori portraits in the Goldie style are a feature of a pending book launch. Equine art is another field in which he excels with subjects such as Sir Tristram, Zabeel and Phar lap.

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