Showcasing New Zealand's creativity
We have a large range of quality New Zealand art and hand crafted items for sale, from a broad selection of individual New Zealand artists and artisans. Paintings, Woodware, Ceramics, Glassware, Sculptures, and more.
Neil J Bartlett
Because Neil travels to the site, most of his painting subjects are within a few hours drive from his home. Arrowtown, Queenstown, Glenorchy, Wanaka, Haast, and Eglinton Valley are among those favoured locations.
Each painting is numbered on the reverse, and is a one-off original. No two paintings are the same, a totally new sketch is created on site for a new painting.
Serge uses an interesting technique: combining the richness of NZ native wood together with bronze brazed onto copper. Using an Oxygen Acetylene Torch he transforms simple materials into stunning sculptures. This means each of his art creations is one of a kind.
Quality bone carvings, mostly Maori themed, from one of the world's top carvers. Sadly Norman passed away in recent years, and these are some of the last available of his collection for sale.
Alex's work has always been about him stretching his limits, doing the things that were said to be too difficult or impossible, but always continuing to reach and learn more.
Ken's bronze sculptures are perfect in their detail, and his life-size and anatomically correct weta have been known to stop customers in their tracks! His background as a classically trained manufacturing jeweller ensures a high degree of attention to detail and the quality of his work is evident.
The timber Kevin uses for his large sculptures is New Zealand Kauri. It is from the stumps and head logs of wind fallen trees, the barrels of which have been milled over the past 120 years. Left behind to be reclaimed by nature, he feels privileged to be able to transform some of the remains of these great trees so they may endure in a new form for many years to come.
Timberarts work with a range of nineteen of our native New Zealand timbers, using the different colours and grains to produce the finished designs of the items they craft. The use of these timbers in their products make them very unique.
These products are designed and produced in Southland New Zealand with natural materials, centred around Rimu native timber. As a result, each item has its own unique character.
Native New Zealand birds and reptiles captured in watercolours. Not only the ever popular fantail, tui, kea, kakapo etc. feature in Avril's paintings, but also New Zealand seabirds, geckos, tuatara, and the occasional landscape.