Passion for Art

19 & 20 November 2022

13 Artists, 12 Venues

Studios open 10am to 3pm

1. Kirsten McIntosh - 6 Williams Street, Cambridge

With every painting that Kirsten does, she looks for a challenge and finds such opportunities in reflections, in clouds, with flowers, roadside grasses and a late afternoon sun. 

She works with a limited colour palette especially with the New Zealand landscape.

2. Cambridge Museum Art Display - Arnold House, Te Awa Lifecare - 1866 Cambridge Road

“This is Cambridge” explores the role art has played in presenting the town’s identity featuring professional and amateur artists from the Cambridge Museum collection.

3. Catherine Haworth - 129 Forrest Road, Cambridge

Catherine is a well know pastel artist who creates delightful images of horses, dogs and cats. Her fine art works are in homes both in NZ and overseas.

4. Kate Burchett - 3 Grosvenor Street, Cambridge

In her studio Kate pushes her creativity to produce a diverse range of fascinating ceramic works and freeform sculptures.

5. Cambridge Society of Arts - Thornton Road (by the outdoor gym area)

The CSA offers members a place to paint, has regular exhibitions for the sale of art and holds workshops in different mediums to inspire those attending. The art for this event will show varied works including those in pastel, oil, acrylic and watercolour.

6. Narelle Huggins - 139 Maungakawa Road, Cambridge

Narelle is a contemporary still life and naïve/expressionist landscape painter. The over whelming theme of Narelle’s painting style is the creation and joyful use of colour. Her still life paintings draw on a nostalgic connection to time, with a keen interest in mid-20th century design.

7. Heritage Gallery - 85a Victoria Street, Cambridge

Both local artists and those from around NZ are represented by this gallery. Displayed here are high quality paintings, glass works and jewellery.

The vase shown below is by Lava Glass.

8. Alys Antiques and Fine Arts - 87 Victoria Street, Cambridge

Jutta Mark specializes in German expressionism, Post expressionism and the Classic Modern Art movement that includes woodcuts, etchings, lithographs and paintings.

The image below is the ‘Chess Players’ by Otto Moeller. It is an original woodcut

9. Carole Hughes - 19 Queen Street, Cambridge

Carole is a self taught Cambridge artist who has a passion for colour and Fauve art. 

The use of colours, bold thick strokes and an almost naïve way of putting paint on canvas is a magical blend.

10. Jo Beckett - 12 Alpha Street, Cambridge

Jo is a potter who is inspired by flowers, birds and the bush to create her current range of garden art, domestic ware and art for the home.

11. Wayne Sinclair - 59 Duke Street, Cambridge

Wayne is a master painter and teacher who has an excellent understanding of composition and colour mixing to produce atmospheric landscapes. 

His gallery displays a wide variety of beautiful paintings in both oils and acrylics.

11. Robyn Barclay - 59 Duke Street, Cambridge

Robyn creates colourful, impressionistic paintings including wonderful flowers and French scenes. 

Her brush strokes are strong with great colour combinations.

12. Lea Woutersen - 131 McLarnon Road, Cambridge

Lea paints in oil and acrylic, does encaustic and gourd art and also makes sculptures.


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