The hall, 13 King St, Opotiki

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Opotiki Art Society Inc.

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Samples of work at  current exhibition
"Small works",
Dates: Sat. 26 Nov - 17 Dec, 2022
Hours: 10am to 3pm

New Beginnings
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Samples of work at "Art in the Garden", 2022

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Some works from "New Beginnings", The Hall, King St, Opotiki.

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Archive: RECYCLE and CREATE video. 
 



Archive: 
"Out of the Box" 

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BELOW:
Private Works of members
 - enquiries welcome.

David Poole's black coral framed. As humanity argues over who is to blame for past deeds and future consequences – the oceans with “a perfect disguise above” are blackening - a new definition of beauty blossoming in the depths.
Framing by Jos.co.nz
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ontact David, davidpoole@xtra.co.nz

David Poole's elegant figures.

Another of David's figures.

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Portraits by Neil Felton, commission enquiries welcome
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by Bev Vellenoweth
bevted@hotmail.co.nz
Bev's Kete are natural and dyed harakeke with muka handles.

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Bev Vellenoweth
Kete, natural and dyed harakeke with muka handles.

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Bev Vellenoweth                          
Kete in paua shell

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Bev Vellenoweth
Wearable Pihepihe is natural with harakeke dyed on the ends and feathers.

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