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  Claire Sadler
33A Timandra St

New Plymouth, Taranaki
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www.clairesadler.weebly.com
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cj.sadler@xtra.co.nz
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An emerging artist, Claire Sadler has been carving stone since 2006. Working primarily in Taranaki, her abstract forms make great use of negative space and light play. Her curvaceous forms express elements of personal journey. A recent foray into geometrics is taking her on a journey to new heights. Claire has attended symposia around New Zealand and is beginning to exhibit outside of Taranaki.  
         
         
  Diane Doehring
PO Box 8238

New Plymouth, Taranaki
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  Elizabeth (Liz) Bridgeman
36 Waiwaka Terrace
Strandon
New Plymouth, Taranaki
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liz.bridgeman@xtra.co.nz
Phone: 06 7580216
My work explores the way your point of view influences the way you see things. I am also interested in the Celtic way of seeing that everything affects everything else, the world is systemically linked. Inputs and outputs, action and reaction, form a complex and endless circuit. I paint and sculpt as well as do regular sketching and life drawing.  
         
         
  Wayne Morris
693 Carrington Road
RD1
New Plymouth, Taranaki
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Email:
wayne@future-edge.co.nz
Phone: 06 753 5914
My first exhibition in 1981 as a founding member of the Taranaki Artists Cooperative [TACO] was assembled from found materials and so it has continued. The term found art describes art created from the undisguised, but often modified, use of objects that are not normally considered art, often because they already have a non-art function. Source: Wikipeadia I prefer the term Salvage Art. Salvage [n]: the art of saving imperilled property from loss. Since 1981 I have been part of numerous group exhibitions and have works in collections in New Zealand, The United Kingdom and The United States.  
         
         
  Jim Adams


New Plymouth, Taranaki
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Email:
HulsJC@xtra.co.nz
Phone: 06-7537149
I live and work in New Plymouth after having lived in Oamaru for most of my life. In 1997 I completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, majoring in Jewellery, at Otago Polytechnic School of Art in Dunedin. I make a wide variety of art and applied art in different materials that reflect my wide interest in the world around us. My work is inspired by nature and natural patterns primarily; the cosmos;and my own affinity with circles, curves and geometry. Most of the wood used in the work is recycled and re-lives when it is shaped to take on a new life.  
         
         
  Corrie de Vries Huls


New Plymouth, Taranaki
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HulsJC@xtra.co.nz
Phone: 06-7537149
I have been painting since 2000. I am fascinated by nature and patterns and the possiblities of abstracting the subject in ever changing ways while at the same time keeping the work totally recognisable. These borders of working in this manner give ever expanding possibilities in the context of bending reality and creating 3D effects that are slightly exaggerated. I work in acrylics, which give me the possibility of blending different techniques to achieve a layered effect.  
         
         
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