There are 16 artist studios at The Quarry Art Centre.
Studios are open to the public most days offering a vibrant insight for visitors into the art and practice of Northland artists. Our current studio holders include ceramic artists, painters, jewellers, carvers and sculptors. See below for more information about our talented Resident Artists.
If you are looking for a space to create your art, we might have just what you are looking for. If you wish to inquire about studio space available contact The Quarry Office.
1 - Change is coming watch this space…
Air brushing and mixed media painting
3 - Kiri Peeni
4 - Hayley Clark & Shannon Winn
Painters, illustrators, design, textiles
Painter, photographer, mixed media, installation and performance artist
Axelle works with black and white photography, acrylic painting and mixed media drawing. She creates sensual art, and invites the public to enter a space where time streches, cultural traditions mingle and the soul longs for another world where flesh and spirituality could be one.
Jarod Campbell is a mixed media artist, specializing in painting and skateboard deck design.
Painters and Mosiac Artist
Mosaics and Clay sculpture
Helen Hughes has a passion for working with clay and experimenting with various
forms of firing techniques and methods. She has taught primitive firing techniques in Malaysia and Europe and has exhibited widely throughout New Zealand.
Helen Bowness is an amazing mosaic artist constructing images with fragments of tile no bigger than a 10 cent coin.
Hand Printed Textiles and Glass Work
Painter and mixed media artist
Ferrocement, Painter, Carver, Earthbuilding
Phillip McKibbin - oil painting and drawing.
Peter Harris - Painting, ferrocement, earthbuilding
12 - Collaborative
Monika Ruschke, Lianne Blair, Claire Furlong - Textiles, paint, drawing and clay sculpture.
A group of like minded woman use Studio 12 as their hub for a variety of creative practices, including textiles, paint, drawing and clay sculpture.
Painter of Fine art Landscapes
Michaels paintings leave an unforgettable feeling in the viewer. The processes he uses to create his paintings are highly intuitive. Using fine hard wood panels like Kauri and Rimu, and applying layers of paint, he gradually builds up his panel from a deep sienna foundation to transparent, yet luminous shadows till finally rendering his lightest oil colours in delicate glazes. With oil paint, Michael conveys his deepest inner vision through the vehicle of landscape painting, a process that begins wih nature and ends with a revealing expression of nature.
16 - Bunker 2 - Simon Richards
Fashion and textiles