Clyde’s Eade Gallery is hosting solo exhibitions dedicating an area of the gallery each month to one of the Central Otago artists they represent.
Each solo exhibition has a dedicated opening which provides a platform for the artist to discuss their work and allows people to interact with them in person, says gallery owner Melanie Eade.
“Marg Hamilton is the first solo artist in October which is tting as she has been the art teacher at Dunstan High School in Alexandra. Cromwell ceramic artist Lynne Wilson is scheduled to exhibit in November and Nigel Wilson follows with his striking landscape works in December.”
Melanie says solo exhibitions are a great opportunity for an artist to present a larger body of either existing works or to examine and push boundaries to produce new work.
The gallery recently unveiled a new outdoor sculpture garden named Garden of Eaden.
“We are delighted to be representing three sculptural artists who produce stunning stainless-steel and number eight wire out