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Creations from washed up driftwood. Sculptures, Furniture, Wine/Candle Holders, Wall hangings, Lighting and Lamps, Plant holders and bird boxes.
3D Creative is a design team led by Craig Turvey, developing award winning Museums and Visitor Centres, restaurant, cafe and retail interiors.
Brass-led Britpop-boogie from Wairarapa based 4-piece Spank.
This is no BDSM inspired combo but rather a post-punk/roots outfit that delves into Smiths influenced domestic blues and the collective ironies of modern life.
Promoting physical well being, self-esteem and other holistic health benefits that enables woman to be able to deal with daily challenges of life.
To provide a safe, nurturing and affordable environment for women to exercise and make social contacts.
Adele provides a free service locating graves for people, photographing them and emailing details. She also puts people in touch with other useful contacts. Currently researching the WW1 Military Cemetery in Featherston.
Autumn Workshop Series - Printmaking, Clay, Sketching buildings, textiles & dye
I am a writer of children’s picturebooks (including Elwyn’s Dream, The Eels of ANZAC Bridge and A Beam of Bright Light.) I also enjoy creating large whimsical paintings (sometimes murals), especially those containing subject matter connected to New Zealand’s native flora and fauna.
An independently owned bookshop and art gallery in the Tararua township of Woodville
Her work includes realism, semi-abstract and abstract and she often uses fabric and paper to provide texture and interest.