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Welcome to 
ARTSELECT GALLERY

This is more than an art gallery. It’s a friendly place where a community of new and old friends of the gallery can come to enjoy the pleasure of viewing and collecting a variety of works of art by our amazingly talented artists.

Address: 

19A Osborne Street

Newmarket

Auckland 1023

Also please like and follow us on Facebook (ArtSelectGallery) and Instagram (artselectgallery)

Subscribe to our guest list to receive invitations to exhibition openings at this link:

http://eepurl.com/hGGbm9

Opening Hours:

Tuesday - Friday 10:30 am - 4:00 pm

Sat -Sun 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

By Appointment:

Contact Ngaire on +64 21 415 449

If the Gallery is closed and you would like to purchase any works of art then contact Ngaire on 021 415 449 for a special viewing.

Our web site is updated regularly so please return to see more updates as we make progress with our window to the creative world of our amazing artists.

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The Red Chair Auckland Project - Simon Woolf
Upcoming Solo Exhibition
In conjunction with the Auckland Festival of Photography

ArtSelect Gallery supports The Auckland Festival of Photograhy with The Red Chair Auckland Project by Simon Woolf  at Woolf Photography.

The Red Chair Project by Simon Woolf is about a Chair, its travels, its originality, and its ability to start a conversation! 

The Red Chair Project is about Original One Off Fine Art Photography, beautifully constructed composed and created.

It is about the pureness, printing, and final presentation of a piece of art no one else will have. The Red Chair, in each of its locations, guises and moods is a one off, not to be replicated.

Each is large and framed. The Red Chair Project aims to raise money for charities including Women’s Refuge and The Wellington Hospital Foundation.

Opening: 6-8pm Fri 31 May 

RSVP essential to Ngaire Stone on info@artselect.gallery

Image credit: Synergy with our Natural Environment, Simon Woolf

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Solo Exhibition - Now Showing
The Blah Blah Variations by Paul Vincent

Exhibition Opening Celebration:

Tuesday 30 April 2024

6pm - 8pm

ArtSelect Gallery, 19A Osborne St, Newmarket

 

Paul Vincent has been known for his blah blah blah, many refer to him as blah blah blah blah. He enjoys blah and blah. “Painting for me is blah blah blah blah”. He studied blah blah blah at the blah blah blah centre. Since then blah blah blah blah he has work at blah blah and blah…

Paul Vincent's works of art have been collected by prominent art collectors around the world including Andy Serkis (Golem), Murray Ball etc. Many refer to him as the King of Quirk. He enjoys the spontaneity and randomness of everyday life. "Painting for me is the cat's tail flicking around the corner".

 

Paul studied film production at the Wellington Arts Centre in 1988. Since then he has been successfully exhibiting his paintings with numerous group and solo shows, predominantly in the Wellington area, Auckland and also in South Africa.

He has work in many public and private collections including the Beijing and Argentina Embassies, the Duxton Hotel and the New Zealand School of Dance. Vincent's paintings have also featured in advertisements, on television shows and on the cover of New Zealand House and Garden magazine.

A preview of Paul's exhibition can be seen by clicking on this link below:

https://www.artselect.gallery/paul-vincent-upcoming-exhibition

Get in touch with me, Ngaire, on info@artselect.gallery to register your interest early in these quirky and entertaining works of art.

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Elegant Floral Group Exhibition
Now Showing in the Back Room

The month of March brings a kaleidoscope of floral colour to ArtSelect Gallery.


This group exhibition displays a variety of painting styles by artists from around the country and opens on Tuesday 19 March from 6pm - 8pm with RSVP’s to Ngaire at info@artselect.gallery.
Artists showing include Jane de France, Julie Kwen, Karyn Hitchman, Rhonda Crawford and this show has to be seen in person to appreciate the wonderful talent of these amazing artists.


Contact me, Ngaire, on info@artselect.gallery to register your interest early to purchase any of these works of art before the opening.

We look forward to seeing you and your guests at the opening reception and during the exhibition.

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"Looking Forward, Looking Back"
Barbara Ruhdorfer Solo Exhibition

Now Showing in the Back Room

We are excited to invite Barbara Ruhdorfer to present a solo exhibition following her introduction in the "Contours of  Nature" Group Landscape Exhibition. This solo exhibition is called "Looking Forward, Looking Back" and provides a wonderful juxtaposition of various subjects, style and texture in her paintings that needs to be explored in person with details that will surprise you once again. 
 
Date: Friday 23 February 2024
Time: 6pm - 8pm
Venue: ArtSelect Gallery, 19A Osborne Street, Newmarket
Please RSVP by email to info@artselect.gallery to confirm numbers for this event.

Barbara Ruhdorfer's artist page:
https://www.artselect.gallery/barbara-ruhdorfer

Contact me, Ngaire, on info@artselect.gallery to register your interest early to purchase any of these works of art before the opening.

We look forward to seeing you and your guests at the opening reception and during the exhibition.
 

"Don't only practice your art, but force your way into its secrets"

Ludwig van Beethoven

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