Catalogue draft No. Artist Title & Medium Extra Info on Artist Dinner for at Osteria del Toro 6 bottles consisting Urlar Estate in of 2 Pinor Noir, 2 Gladstone, Pinot Gris, 1 Sav Wairarapa. To ensure Blanc and 1 they produce a top Riesling quality New Zealand wine they have chosen to go organic as well as use a method called biodynamic farming which uses the rhythmic influences of the sun, moon, planets and stars. Their commitment to this process saw Urlar Estate taking first prize at the 2009 Hills Harvest and Gallagher Innovation Awards. The result is a beautiful, clean, hand crafted wine that hasnt impacted negatively on the soils as they have been created. Jane Kellahan Set of 3 Bird Watch series Jane Gray Facescape with Cat, Jane Gray‟s latest Acrylic on canvas works focus on people or expressions on faces she sees around her in our New Zealand landscapes. She has been painting professionally since 1989. She has had sell-out exhibitions in New Zealand and the United Kingdom. In 2006 her work featured in New Zealand's Favourite Artists by Denis Robinson. Jane Gray Fireworks Facescape Grand Mercure 2 nights These brand new Century City accommodation in a apartments on Tory Apartments Superior One Street, Wellington are Bedroom Suite stylish and fully self contained. The suite that is up for auction is spacious and impeccably designed, it features a separate bedroom, large living space with leather lounge suite and LCD television, plus an outdoor area and fully equipped kitchen. Grahame Sydney Night Station Grahame Sydney is best known for his magnificent landscapes of Central Otago, many of which hang in collections in New Zealand and abroad. His works are owned by Elton John, Nelson Mandela and Sam Neill. These lithographs are each several colour, drawn on stone - both of these drawn at Australia Print Workshop in Melbourne, and hand printed by master-printer Martin King. They are an edition of 50. The drawing is removed, gone forever. Grahame Sydney Fog at Kane’s Pond Jane Kellahan Release II Jane Kellahan‟s abstracts capture an unparalleled essence of light and atmosphere which are stunningly evocative and emotion. Painting since 1994, her work was accepted at the Florence Biennale, Italy and the Academy of Fine Arts, London. In 2006 her work featured in New Zealand's Favourite Artists by Denis Robinson and in 2008, on the cover of „Strange 4 Anthology‟ a publication by the University of Melbourne. A motivational talk Your group will be and performance at inspired by Tony's your corporate story. Not only can dinner by the you witness the Guinness Book of speed of his tap Records, fastest tap dancing, you are also dancer in the world, welcome to bring Tony Adams. along a camera and capture hundreds of orbs that are attracted to him by the high frequency of energy. Crippled at birth Tony was told he would never have a normal active life. To strengthen his legs, he learnt to tap dance. Despite his physical handicap and battling dyslexia, he beat all the odds to win numerous national dance titles as a teenager before becoming New Zealand‟s first male tap dancing teacher. Tony took this determination into his business as well. Despite entering the share-broking market just two weeks before the 1987 stock-market crash, Tony went on to become one of New Zealand‟s leading retail stockbrokers and achieved such success that he was able to retire in his mid-40s. Today Tony‟s love for business has found him in the top ten shareholders of several Australian listed companies. He is also the co-owner of Sydney based Scorpio Music, the associate company of which manages 10 international bands. He is passionate about sharing his three-step process for achieving powerful change – a process that can work for everyone whether in sales, management or business. Jane Kellahan Commission 1.2 x 1.2m worth $6500 Jane Kellahan Jane Kellahan These popular painting workshop workshops will teach you how to create emotive, abstract works to take home with you and frame. Suitable for beginners to advanced. Art school assessing expert, Joyce Stretton said Jane‟s workshops were the most organised, stimulating, exciting and enjoyable she had ever attended. Matt Gauldie Matt Gauldie, both painter and sculptor is the current New Zealand Army Artist. He often uses figures in his work as he has a fascination with people. He believes the challenge and enjoyment comes from capturing the essence of an individual. In 2004 he travelled to the World War One battlefields in northern France to complete the Return of the Unknown Warrior series. This exhibition recorded one of the most moving and dramatic events in recent NZ history. Matt Gauldie Matt Gauldie Lunch and studio Matt Gauldie is the visit with painter current New Zealand Matt Gauldie Army Painter. You can meet Matt personally at his studio in Shelley Bay, Wellington and see where he creates his stunning works. He will also share with you the process…. Gail Gauldie 'Memory Land Form Gail Gauldie says VIII “We have no concept of who we are except in terms of where we have been, both ersonally and collectively”. Her paintings are a personal translation of memory and time. She studied at the University of Hawai‟i at Manoa and now lives and paints in Wellington. Gail Gaudlie Memory Land Form X Daniel Hayles Trio to play at your private function Manu Berry Silence Splintered Edition of 3 - Berry specialises in woodblock print-making. A full-time artist for several years, his latest work explores how motivation or point of view can influence the way we see a landscape. He has recently developed his practice further by collaging together two prints of the same edition to form a single piece. Manu Berry Moon Jelly Edition of 3 Scott McFarlane Tunnel Beach, oil Scott McFarlane‟s on canvas paintings comprise landscapes and portraits, subjects central to the land and history of New Zealand. In 1993 he completed a Diploma of Fine Arts (Honours) at the Otago School of Art. In 1998 he had an art residency at Rita Angus Cottage. He has works in numerous collections including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the James Wallace Arts Trust. Scott McFarlane Small Hill at Seacliff. Oil on board Cam Munroe The Land of Nod. Munroe‟s work Mixed Mediumon appears iconographic Canvas with her use of motifs, symbols and glyphs of simplified organisms. She uses texture and muted colour along with representations of earth and air.With their titles, the works are left deliberately ambiguous. Now based in Wellington, she graduated from Sydney‟s Meadowbank School of Art and Design in 1993. Cam has work at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney. 2008 Winner of mixed media catogory of the Molly Morpeth Canaday Art Awards. Artwork in entrance of Duxton Hotel and work in many corporate settings here and Australia Cam Munroe Where it once stood. Acrylic and mixed media on canvas A motivational address to your workplace or organisation by Nathan Hoturoa Gray, best selling author of First Pass Under Heaven - One Man's 4,000km Trek along the Great Wall of China. Turi Park Here Comes the Turi Park is a Night, Kohaihai, contemporary artist Winter. Oil and and designer. His photographic print work explores visual onto panel memories of place - collected fragments of time from the history of special places. His artwork is held in public and private collections in New Zealand, Australia, Asia and Europe. Turi Park Turi Park Lunch and studio visit Turi Park‟s with artist and Wellington art and designer Turi Park design studio. Previously the workplace and home of Peter McIntyre, who was the New Zealand Army Artist, and acclaimed landscape and portrait painter. Turi will talk you through the process of creating his own dramatic artworks, and show you the studio he now creates his art from. Suzy Pennington In the Evening Mist Suzy has been exhibiting her work in major galleries in New Zealand, Australia, Holland, India, Poland and Lithuania. Her work is held in public collections in New Zealand, Australia and India. She has received numerous awards and grants including Creative New Zealand and Asia 2000 Suzy Pennington Voices across the landscape Suzy Pennignton What is the Sea Saying Gary Tricker Petone 1979 With 50 years‟ Edition of 12 print-making experience, Gary Tricker is an expert in both etching and aquatint. These rare 1970s prints depart from his usual subject matter of cats and railway images, making them highly collectible. He was awarded the Queen Elizabeth Arts Council grant in 1965 & „75 Gary Tricker The Red Horse 1970 Edition of 4 Gary Tricker Railscape 1977 Edition of 3 Sheyne Tuffery Red Hot Hoi Hos Tuffery is a contemporary pacific artist and the founder of LeSA Gallery in Petone where he shows his original prints, paintings and digital work. He describes himself as a paper architect who uses his work to create and represent his own cultural context and sense of belonging. He has a Masters of Fine Art (Honours) in print-making from Elam School of Fine Art, Auckland University. Sheyne Tuffery Manu Tasi _Greylands Ridge 2007 Pinot Noir_2 cases includes delivery_This surperb Pinot Noir from Otago is the secret of the south, you cant buy this anywhere in Wellington. In 2008 it won Bronze medal at the Bragato wine conference and in 2009 a Bronze Medal at the Australian Boutique wine makers awards . New Zealand International Wine Show 2009. Greylands Ridge 2007 PN GOLD, Greylands Ridge 2008 Bronze, Ridgeback ALEX 2008 Bronze(its second). Vincent Ward Ship Graveyard Vincent Ward has a Diploma of Fine Arts (Honours), at the University of Canterbury. Writing and directing films at 18, in 2007 he was awarded a NZ Order of Merit for his contribution to film-making. This is a rare conceptual drawing print from his 1998 movie What Dreams May Come. This is an edition of 50, Vincent has the original. Vincent Ward Letting Go original Water Falls _Melissa Young_A Handful_Melissa Young works in bronze. Her ideas often evolve from conversations. In 1989 she completed the Industrial Design course at Wellington Polytechnic and in 1993 she started sculpting. She was awarded first equal prize at the Pacific Art Awards in 2002. A Handful Comes from Melissa's Control & Order range, where she has been working through her frustrations of being a stay at home mother, wife and artist. This piece has helped her vent through her anguish of not being in the driver's seat of her life anymore. The hand represents her as a mother and the old styled milk bottle, the responsibility of developing and nurturing her child _Melissa Young_A Flying Start_A Flying Start Comes from Melissa's Bird range, Melissa is trying to build bridges and move on with her issues of adjusting to parenthood. The bird represents new horizons and attitudes and the corkscrew - I'm only human and I can't change overnight, I still like a glass of wine at the end of a tough day. Carol Brent Brent is a ceramic artist who explores surface qualities. Her inspiration comes from environmental details: cracks in the pavement, peeling paint or a rust stain. Carol has a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Otago Polytechnic. In 2005/06 she was a finalist at the prestigious Portage Ceramics Awards. Carol Brent John Drawbridge Interior with Bottles In 1957 Drawbridge 1986 Ed 9/100 was awarded a Drypoint etching National Art Gallery with mezzotint Travelling Scholarship to study at London Central School of Arts, graduating in 1960 with a Diploma with Distinction. He created major public artworks like the 40 metre long Beehive mural at Parliament Still Life with This particular print of Malevich (Red)). John Drawbridges is held in the British Museum collection and was created in the early to mid 80s. This is an edition of 50. Drypoint and Mezzotint. Still Life with This print is the very Malevich (Black): last print available. 1988. An edition of 100. The process is an Aquatint, Drypoint and Mezzotint. Jason Secto Commonly known as Orophin off Lord of the Rings, Jason is a Wellington artist and teaches at painting at Inverlochy Art School Nathan Gray A motivational The Great Wall of address to your China is the largest workplace or man-made structure organisation by ever built, stretching Nathan for over 4,000 Hoturoa Gray, best kilometres from selling author of central Asia, across First Pass Under the Gobi Desert, Heaven - One Man's through the remote, 4,000km Trek along cold mountains of the Great Wall of northern China to end China. on the shores of the Pacific Ocean. Nathan Gray, a young New Zealand lawyer, wanted to be one of the first Westerners in history to walk and document the entire length of the Great Wall... First Pass Under Heaven, Nathan's account of his epic journey, has sold over 10,000 copies. His book is Penguin's top travel book for 2007/2008. A photographic and audio-visual supplement is also available on DVD if you want to fully experience what it is like to traverse along the length of the Great Wall, and gain further insight into China's profound history and dramatic economic rise. .