We are delighted to announce Seed's 15th annual Christmas exhibition will be held at Studio One Toi Tū, at 1 Ponsonby Road, Auckland. Stay tuned to our Instagram for updates!
Preview: 10am Saturday 21 November
Family Art Workshop: 2-4pm Saturday 21 November
Open: 9am - 7pm Monday 23 & Tuesday 24 November (closed Sunday 22 November)
Undeterred by the challenges of 2020, we have continued our longstanding annual tradition by inviting over 30 artists to create original artworks using 300 custom-cut plywood shapes. Each artist or collaborative pair has been given 10 Reuleaux (curved-edge) triangles and the latitude to create whatever they wish. The exhibition will be a rich testament to the optimism, resilience, and ingenuity of our participating artists. It also presents a unique opportunity to acquire an original work of art for only $100.
$10 from each piece sold will go to Seed Gallery’s ongoing charity partner, KidsCan. Through practical means, KidsCan helps disadvantaged Kiwi kids to engage in their education and reach their full potential.
We are delighted to have received Annie Sandano’s pieces for Seed Gallery’s KidsCan project, a series titled Colour Harmony which she has produced during a stint in Rome.
Link here to view and purchase online
Sandano has spent the better part of 2016 on an art-immersion tour of Europe, broadening her horizons with a series of artist talks, seminars and practical workshops; and visits to museums, studios and galleries. From June to July, Sandano took part in an oil painting workshop in Florence, expanding on her time spent at the Australian Print Workshop earlier this year by adding another set of skills and techniques to her repertoire. She also enjoyed a visit to Edition Copenhagen printmaking studio, a lithographic print studio in the city which invites artists to produce editions using their expertise and facilities. Below: images taken during Annie's painting workshop in Florence.
Annie counts Milan, London, Venice, Copenhagen, Barcelona, Madrid, Bologna and Lisbon among the centres she has visited… And the tour continues; in January 2017 she will commence a month-long residency at a print workshop outside of Barcelona. We wish Annie well and welcome the exciting developments within her practice.