‘Pocket Edition: Small works for large walls’ at NorthArt opened with a big crowd and was a great success. It’s a very popular show as we approach Christmas as it encourages the buying of small works as presents.
with Belinda Griffiths and Ramon Robertson
Preview Thursday 22nd August 6.00 to 8.00pm
22nd August to 10th September / nkbgallery.co.nz
nkb gallery, Mount Eden village
Opening on Tuesday at 5.00pm. 194 Great North Road, Grey Lynn, Auckland. All welcome.
My father, Ken Carter the sculptor was commissioned in 1969 to make 15 sculptures to be placed into the niches in the Chapter House at Exeter Cathedral. Called the Testament Sculptures, he chose the great theme of creation and the figures depict some stages of creation in the Old and the New Testament.
He modelled the sculptures in clay and cold cast them in Aluminium Resin fibreglass in the years up to 1974. I remember him working on them and during the casting, we children often helped by laminating the fibreglass sheets into the backs of the sculptures.
On a recent visit to the UK I paid a visit to the Chapter House and got a few photos.
Exeter Cathedral Chapter House
‘Darkness’… – In the beginning.
‘Water and Earth’
‘Light’ – The Sun and Moon
A group show at nkb gallery in Mount Eden is now running until 17th April. http://www.nkbgallery.co.nz/
Included is my work on linen ‘York Street’
These ten small paintings on paper are for ‘Pocket Edition’ an upcoming show at NorthArt where collectors can buy and take away without having to wait for the end of the show. Sold works are then replaced with a copy.
See http://www.artsdiary.co.nz/104/2673.html for photos of the opening of ‘Exopolis’.
Thanks to Sait Akkirman of artsdiary.
Just before the opening of ‘Exopolis’ at nkb gallery, a joint exhibition with sculptor Ramon Robertson.
Photos of the event will be appearing on artsdiary soon.
Thanks to Anita Cole for the photos.