Donna is a jewellery artist who currently works in silver and mixed media.
She can be commissioned to create a piece of jewelry for you or a loved one, or choose rings, bracelets, earrings etc from her extensive range.
She began silversmithing in 2018 and now has a small workshop studio & showroom located in the old Kaiapoi Mill which is open to the public during the week. (Winter hours will be: Mon-Sat 9am - 1pm)
Instagram link: https://www.instagram.com/notjustredones/
Bio: David Arkenstone Barnett is a photographer / painter / singer and metaphysical entrepreneur who resides in the town of Kaiapoi. Originally from London England David’s art is based on his metaphysical beliefs and experiences gained from his travels and research around the world and is based on two distinctly contrasting themes, that being ‘linear abstract’ and ‘constellation pieces’. Predominantly known in NZ for his work in Ufology (the research of UFO's), David's direction in life has been one of personal development and self-discovery, and this very much shows in his original art pieces from the ‘Constellation series’.
For many years now, David has been researching into the fabled city of Atlantis and has come up with a profoundly new hypothesis on this legendary civilization which incredibly includes New Zealand. David has for many years now lectured and holds many group discussions about Atlantis in and around New Zealand.
Cultural gift store -
We are a collective of local and community artists and crafts people who want to share our products with the wilder community we have products from recycled up cycled natural hand made, Maori art and pounamu products and much much more
I’m a Kaiapoi first home owner with a passion for pets. It’s been my focus for a long time to create an affordable range of pet portraits that capture the essence and personality of your pet. I can work with any animal, all I need is some of your favourite photos. I have recently branched into creating hand made dog collars, leashes, horse reins and other equestrian equipment.
With over 50 colours to work with, many different clips and extra’s I can make the perfect ensemble for your beloved animals.
I love to incorporate different design styles into one taonga. I make most pieces to order as I personalise each design. I have a collection of ready to sell and I use my Facebook page for orders and purchases
Art on the Quay - Kaiapoi's premium Artspace
Located in the Ruataniwha Kaiapoi Centre with the library, service centre and museum
The space is managed by Jackie Watson and a small team of dedicated volunteers.
Kaiapoi’s Art On The Quay is one of two art galleries in Waimakariri District operated by the Waimakariri Community Arts Council for Waimakariri District Council.
residents and visitors alike.
Since being opened by the Minister of Arts in
Feb 2010 the gallery has had thousands of visitors through the doors and has gained nationwide renown for it’s wonderfully lit
purpose built art space and fine art gift shop.
The continually changing Gallery walls
displaying a new exhibition every month have proven to be a visual experience not to be missed.
Frequent comments by visitors indicate their
surprise in finding a gallery of this calibre in
Oxford. With it’s superb location on the Main Street of Oxford next to the famous Sheffield Pie shop and café and only 40 minutes from Christchurch it is a must see.A number of New Zealand’s leading artists show their work in this fine gallery.
Arts in Oxford is proud to have one of NZ’s
most recognised contemporary painters,
Philip Trusttum, as our patron
With its large purpose built gallery space the
Arts in Oxford Centre provides the opportunity to
view and purchase artworks from top class local
and national artists.
Our fine art gift shop offers a wide variety of
products handmade by artists in Canterbury
and New Zealand.
The Chamber Gallery is located in the historic Rangiora Council Building built 1907 and is a dedicated art space and chamber music venue.
The building is integral with the new Rangiora Library 1996.
Operated by the Waimakariri Community Arts Council the object of the gallery is to present art exhibitions and concerts for the benefit of the public and to support and assist practising artists and musicians.
The gallery has been operating since 1997
I’m a working mum who loves to work with yarn, whether is knitted, crocheted or weaved.
I especially like to create keepsake toys.
I have been know to venture into sewing on occasions to dress the toys.
Call first to avoid disappointment as well as been a busy mum I also help my husband run a karate dojo.