Parnell Gallery Warmly Welcomes Lee Dewsnap to Our Walls
Lee doesn’t merely paint flowers but instead invites you to consider pattern, shape, and light; as highlighted in her large-scale works rendered in oil on fine Belgian linen. Taking her cue from the old masters, Lee draws light out of darkness, accentuating details with unexpected hues in her blooms.
Left: Lee Dewsnap, Spring Rhapsody, Oil on Belgian Linen, 1000 x 1000mm $5800
Right: Lee Dewsnap, Singing the Blues, Oil on Belgian Linen, 1200 x 900 mm
Works on Paper
New prints for the new year, our artists have been busy! Rochelle Andrew’s Dark Peonies is dramatic in its stillness, something to be seen in the flesh to fully appreciate the richness of colour produced in this fine art print. Matt Payne has released his first giclee print. Omaha Sunrise is a large-scale, striking work that takes you right to the water. Alec Tayler’s ‘Beeboxes Omarama’, as seen in NZ House & Garden magazine, has been attracting apiarists and fine art enthusiasts alike with this vivid Otago summer setting.
Left: Rochelle Andrews, Dark Peonies, Giclee print, 595 x 840m, $445
Right: Matt Payne, Omaha Sunrise, Giclee print, 1170 x 1190mm, $2200 (framed)
Bottom: Alec Tayler, Beeboxes Omarama, Giclee print, 500 x 245mm, $345
Christian Nicholson, Dave and the Nudies, Acrylic on Board, 1660 x 1240mm, $7000
Peter Hackett, Auckland Rose Gardens, 2018, Oil on Canvas, 1800 x 1200mm, $17,000
Left: Martin Carryer, Tui – Bird in a Bush is worth a Hand, Maire, Stainless Steel and Rimu, H – 730mm, $3500
Right: Josh Olley, Hanging in There, Otago Basalt, 500 x 590mm, $11,750
Left: Shane Dudley, Going Going Gone, Cement Overlay on Hardies Board, 565 x, 2400mm, $8500
Matt Gauldie, Ruffled Edges, Bronze, 320 x 340mm, $4600