A mobile exhibition of Ron Esplin watercolour paintings of Dunedin:"Window on Dunedin" has moved to 300 Moray Place. Thanks to the owners of the building, the Bowen family, the nine watercolour paintings that provide a snapshot in and around Dunedin will remain on public display.
I am happy to have feedback from any of you who take a moment to appraise them when you pass the "AON" building in Moray Place.
Mauri Angelo Exhibition at the Dunedin Community Gallery from Monday 1 to 8 July :Take some time to look at the stunning collection of art work at the Dunedin Community Gallery by Mauri Angelo, Artist, Teacher, Landscape Architect, and University Lecturer.
Please note you only have a week to catch this exciting exhibition demonstrating a lifetime of dedication to producing fine art.
Check out Maurie Angelo's biography:London City Literary Institute and Ealing School of Art ; Dunedin Teachers’ College Ilam School of Fine Arts, Canterbury University – DipFA 1965; Lincoln University – Post Graduate Dip Landscape Architecture . Awarded: NZ Institute of Landscape Architects Student Merit Award 1988; Woolf Fischer Fellowship; QE II Arts Council Grant .
Formerly primary and secondary school teacher NZ, Australia and London; Head of Department of Art, Cashmere High School, Christchurch; Tutor, Advanced Studies for Teachers Unit, Department of Education; Art Teacher, Christchurch Girls’ High School; Head of Department of Art, Shirley Boys’ High School; Lecturer in Design, Lincoln University. President, Art Teachers’ Assn, Canterbury.
Exhibited in NZ, Italy and London:Mauri has exhibited paintings extensively in New Zealand, Italy, and London and the UK, having lived for a number of years in each of these countries.
It is not often we have the opportunity to view work by somebody of his pedigree.
Have a look at his website as a taster:
Poster for Maurie Angelo Exhibition:
Follow this link to see the poster for Maurie Angelo's Exhibition: