Archives: Artists

Water Child (Huon Pine) - photo Brett Naseby

Hape Kiddle

Hape Kiddle works from his studio in Yenda, and  has been creating since the age of six; crafting, building, constructing with anything he could hold in his grubby little fingers. Thinking back he remembers finding pumice stone in the Rangitikei and Hautapu Rivers in the Manawatu Region of New Zealand sculpting them to shapes and …

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Andrew Whitehead

Andrew Whitehead is a Sculptor, Bush Poet and Cartoonist who lives on a small farm near Urana that his family has occupied for the last 116 years.  He decided to take up sculpture as a profession after winning First Prize in the inaugural National Farm Art Sculpture Award in 2007 with his first sculpture: “Mad …

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Sulari Gentill

Sulari Gentill went to University to study Astrophysics and came out with a law degree.  She’s not quite sure how it happened.  Whilst practising law can be, on occasion, creative, they don’t like you to simply make things up…or admit to it anyway.  Writing fiction seemed liked a better way to indulge her fondness for …

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