‘Untitled’ nicknamed ‘New Beginnings’

by Steve Hikaiti

Untitled by Steve Hikaiti

Untitled by Steve Hikaiti

Drawing on fine paper (29.7 x 42 cm)

An original piece by an established Fine Artist who
has mastered the true form of pointillism.
Read more about Steve Hikaiti

‘Birds of Paradise’

by FLOX

'Birds of Paradise' created for 'The Block' by FLOX - original to be auctioned at Hum

‘Birds of Paradise’ created for ‘The Block’ by FLOX – original to be auctioned at Hum

Stencil on round wood material (160 cm)

A FLOX signature round original piece created
for the recent season of the TV series ‘The Block’.
Read more about the artist and her work

‘Ecoternity’

by Yaniv Daniel Janson

Ecoternity by Yaniv Daniel Janson

Ecoternity by Yaniv Daniel Janson

Painting on canvas (72 x 72 cm)

A work by an inspiring young artist taking the art world
by storm.  Read more about Yaniv Daniel Janson

‘Tropicana’

by Graeme Lawson Swift

Tropicana by Graeme L Swift

Tropicana by Graeme L Swift

Painting (acrylic on card, 150 x 102 cm)

A hidden talent that is extraordinary in its details as it is
vibrant with colour. A story within a story, read more

Untitled (part of the series ‘Another Round’)

by Christina Pataialii

Untitled by Christina Pataialii

Untitled by Christina Pataialii

Painting on canvas (40 x 50.50 cm)

‘Luncheon Under the Ash Tree’

by Evelyn Page

Luncheon Under the Ash Tree by Evelyn Page. Limited 50/500

Luncheon Under the Ash Tree by Evelyn Page. Limited 50/500

Print on fine paper, framed (85 x 60.50 cm)

This is a limited (50/500), signed print of an Evelyn Page piece ‘Luncheon Under the Ash Tree’.

‘Kingfisher’

by Raymond Ching

Kingfisher by Raymond Ching. Limited 850

Kingfisher by Raymond Ching. Limited 850

Print on fine paper, framed (53 x 68.50 cm)

Limited (850), signed print of Raymond Ching’s ‘Kingfisher’.

‘Mitre Peak’

by John Barr Clarke Hoyte

Mitre Peak by John Barr Clarke Hoyte

Mitre Peak by John Barr Clarke Hoyte

Print on fine paper (88 x 55.50 cm)

“During his years in New Zealand, from 1860 to 1879, John Barr Clark Hoyte travelled around the country searching for dramatic landscapes to paint. This watercolour of Mitre Peak is thought to date from the 1870s.” (source: teara.govt.nz)

‘Pai Marire’

by Mikaara Kirkwood

Pai Marire by Mikaara Kirkwood

Pai Marire by Mikaara Kirkwood

Painting (acrylic on wood, 45 x 195)

Self portrait of Mikaara Kirkwood.

“Holding on to the Ngaarara (lizard) the right to speak on life and death. Pai Marire is an old religion which means good & peaceful.”

‘Budda’

by Yingge Li

Budda by Yingge Li

Budda by Yingge Li

Painting on canvas (60,50 x 92 cm)

‘Highway of Lost Dreams’

by Gasp

Highway of Lost Dreams by Gasp

Highway of Lost Dreams by Gasp

Print on fine paper

This is a signed print of one of the latest works of Gasp.

‘Incipient’

by Huia

Incipient by Huia

Incipient by Huia

Mixed media on card (54 x 44 cm)

Untitled

by LB

Untitled by LB

Untitled by LB

Painting on canvas

‘Jakerin Harta Faraver/Infaroa (Joker)’

by Graeme Lawson Swift

Jakerin Harta Faraver / Infaroa (Joker) by Graeme L Swift

Jakerin Harta Faraver / Infaroa (Joker) by Graeme L Swift

Painting (acrylic on card, 151 x 113 cm)

This is one of Graeme Swift’s latest pieces from a 20-piece art collection he has been working on since 2007. Read more about Graeme Swift and watch a video of him explaining the inner workings of this piece

‘Strat’

by Alan Robertson

Strat by Alan Robertson

Strat by Alan Robertson

Signed, printed photograph 

Graeme Swift’s handmade (plywood and cello tape . . . ?) fully functional full-sized Strat clone. He brought it in to Jo’s shop to sell and I grabbed it to photograph. He claimed to have recorded a ten-minute version of Rock Around the Clock using it. Mind you, the string set-up is a little
eccentric.

‘Grey Lynn Central’

by Alan Robertson

Grey Lynn Central by Alan Robertson

Grey Lynn Central by Alan Robertson

Signed, printed photograph 

Caught standing outside the front door of my shop June 2012. The corner
where Williamson Avenue (on the left) meets Great North Road. The building
on the corner is now the Kokado vegetarian cafe. In earlier days, the Grey
Lynn Post Office. Now, just where exactly is that pot of gold . . .?

‘Think Beyond’

by Alan Robertson

Think Beyond by Alan Robertson

Think Beyond by Alan Robertson

Signed, printed photograph 

A rather wonderful piece of ‘amateurish’ street art with great texts from
the heart. Delightful and inspiring, it was executed on a street wall at
the lowest point of Williamson Avenue, nearly opposite Grey Lynn Park.
Photographed in December 2011, it was painted out about two weeks later.

‘Wooden house’

by Alan Robertson

Wooden house by Alan Robertson

Wooden house by Alan Robertson

Signed, printed photograph

On the main highway about ten kilometres south of the Kauri Forest,
October 2012, this neglected orange jewel, set within dense greenery,
exemplifies the aesthetic qualities of early New Zealand design: pure
symmetry and superb proportions; elegantly classical.

‘Nice France’

by Alan Robertson

Nice France by Alan Robertson

Nice France by Alan Robertson

Signed, printed photograph

Early on a Sunday morning May 2014 this lucky moment transformed the main
city square of Nice with its three spectacular generations of sculptures —
all eminently photographable — into a human-scale and contemporary image.
I love how the selfie’s arm is reflected by the bronze.

‘Alhambra Granada’

by Alan Robertson

Alhambra Granada by Alan Robertson

Alhambra Granada by Alan Robertson

Signed, printed photograph 

June 2014. An ancient Moorish fortress/palace dominating Granada the
Alhambra challenges the photographer with its monumental abundance. Like,
where is the image I HAVE to record? This asymmetric composition did it
for me: archetypal simplicity, satisfying irregularity, delicate
tonality.

‘Picket People’

by Annabel McKinnon

Picket People by Annabel McKinnon

Picket People by Annabel McKinnon

Painting (acrylic on recycled mount board, 76 x 102 cm)

“My piece of work is inspired by all of the picket fences scattered around the suburb my family lives in. I imagine them as little people in rows guarding the homes and those who dwell within them, like narrow wooden warriors.”

‘The Fragmented Kereru Pigeon’

by Ezekiel Crawford

The Fragmented Kereru Pigeon by Ezekiel Crawford

The Fragmented Kereru Pigeon by Ezekiel Crawford

Painting (acrylic on fine art paper, 62 x 79.50 cm)

“As artist I enjoy the technicality of fragmentation and geometry. Using this in my art, I created the Kereru that I remember seeing, eating my bakery pie across from Hum Salon.”

 

‘Waiuku’

by Sonja Gardien

Waiuku by Sonja Gardien

Waiuku by Sonja Gardien

Signed, printed, framed photograph (59 x 84 cm)

“The legend that inspired my image:

Wai;     Water,

Uku;     White clay

A beautiful young chieftainess was brought to Waiuku to marry one of two borthers. She was not impressed with the good-looking Tamakou who was a bit of a show-off, so she asked to meet the second brother, Tamakae. At that moment he was working in the fields and was dirty and untidy. The elders insisted that he wash himself before presenting himself. He used soft white clay and water to get himself clean. She was impressed and the match was made.”

‘New Life’

by Sonja Gardien

New Life by Sonja Gardien

New Life by Sonja Gardien

Signed, printed, framed photograph (96.50 x 72 cm)

“I traveled to Christchurch to see the Earthquake devastation for myself. While walking through Hagley Park one late afternoon I noticed a tiny Oak sapling, imperfect, but winning the struggle for survival. It epitomized the struggle all Christchurch residents were enduring.”