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Red Art and Design – The Nelson Arts Guide Exhibition

8th September, 2011

An exhibition showcasing work by the artists featured in the Nelson Arts guide, in two parts, opens at Red Art Gallery this Friday.

The exhibition runs until the end of October, to coincide with the Rugby World Cup and the Masters Games.

Red Art Gallery co-owner Caroline Marshall says it’s going to be fantastic to see work by all of Nelson’s “really fabulous artists” all together.

Opens friday 5pm, 9 September to 28 October. RED Gallery + Cafe. One Bridge Street, Nelson.

Nelson Arts Guide

8th September, 2011

The Nelson Arts Guide was launched at the Theatre Royal on Monday 5th September 2011, and is now available in the community.

Read the complete article here.

Country Occasion

7th September, 2011

See us at Country Occasion this November. Hosted by our neighbours, Neudorf Vineyards, in their gorgeous grounds. It’s the highlight of spring in the Moutere.

We’ll move our wood store to the grounds of Neudorf, and be on hand to talk about our work with French Oak. So come and say hello.


Grapevine pruning inspires World Cup sculpture

24th August, 2011

Upper Moutere artist Michael MacMillan undertook an ambitious sculpture project called Collaboration, using hundreds of wine bottles wrapped around vines and a wine barrel, representing “the cycle of the wine”.

The sculptures will be on display at Richmond Plains until the end of October when the Rugby World Cup finishes.
Read this article in full here

Pruned vines used to make giant rugby ball

20th August, 2011

A dozen local artists including Michael MacMillan, David Carson and Marilyn Andrews have used their creative skills to twist, bend and braid pruned vines into artworks.
Read the full article here.