Interested in exhibiting at Te Huanui?
Our Gallery Committee plans the gallery programme every year in August and invite applications from both emerging and established artists for approximately month-long exhibitions.
Fees for exhibitions do vary on the number of artists, a sample schedule can be provided on request. Te Huanui commission is 28.5% (25% plus GST), pricing supplied to the gallery should be inclusive of this.
If you’re not keen on a month-long exhibition, Gallery 2 might be for you. Artist members s can supply as many works as they like! To exhibit in Gallery 2, you’ll need to complete an Artist Membership form. Gallery 2 also has a 28.5% commission, so pricing will need to include this.
If you’d like to join Te Huanui in either Gallery 1 or Gallery 2, contact Katrina at
Glimpses of a moment in time, figurative portraits, enigmatic sculptures and organic forms of pottery are on show from Friday, 28 February at Te Huanui, in its upcoming exhibition, “Figuratively Speaking”. Drawing on artists across the South Island, we showcase works by Vicki Knudsen, Jo Loughnan, Odelle Morshuis and Dot Moulton.
Vicki Knudsen’s work celebrates life and the joys and trials we have. While we are most familiar with Vicki’s work in watercolour, for this exhibition we’re showing a series of life drawings in charcoal.
Jo Loughnan has a love of portraits and figures, capturing moods, expressions and relationships with a fresh, expressive style. Her mixed media works capture moments in time creating likeness and movement.
Odelle Morshuis’ work creates a narrative, every space telling a story with movement, balancing between the here and now, the when and why. Both her paintings and steel sculptures create strong, yet delicate finished pieces.
Dot Moulton’s current pottery showcases her imagination and freedom from the wheel-thrown domestic wares she made in a former pottery career. Pinching and coiling clay, Dot loves the organic results and the opportunity to explore new techniques.
“Figuratively Speaking” opens from 6pm, Friday, 28 February and runs until 1pm, Thursday, 26 March 2020.