Renown for their unique glazes, vibrant colours, stunning wall art, pots, platters and sculpture. They also have a café and fully licenced restaurant “Cosi” open seven days a week. Visit their website at www.morrisandjames.co.nz.
Located a few minutes drive away in the heart of Warkworth village, Arts Desire showcases original paintings, glassware, jewellery, sculpture, ceramics and exhibitions by local artists. You can visit Arts Desire’s website at www.artsdesire.co.nz.
Wonderful intellectual and expressive garden full of Terry Stringer sculptures. View the sculptures as you walk through though the gardens, bush and wetlands. Visit their website at www.zealandiasculpturegarden.co.nz.
This unique outdoor gallery experience showcases contemporary sculpture by established and emerging artists. www.brickbaysculpture.co.nz.
A gallery exhibiting a diverse range of art forms - painting, print, ceramics, photography, mixed media. Visit their website at www.afineline.co.nz.
Hope Gibbons is a contemporary New Zealand painter with works held in private collections here and throughout the world. Website: www.hopegibbons.com.
Contemporary New Zealand paintings, ceramics, jewellery, gifts and more. www.omahagallery.co.nz.
Jeannette Switzer’s artwork features sterling silver jewellery and mixed media paintings. She works from her studio/gallery in Matakana. You can view her website at www.jsart.co.nz.
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