The distinctive work of artists Neville Porter and George Gray has a special synergy.
Porter Gray Gallery recently opened in downtown Queenstown, opposite the Steamer Wharf, providing a shop window for their combined artistic talents with Neville’s outstanding photographic works hanging alongside George’s exceptional oil paintings.
Clyde’s Eade Gallery, co-owned by Melanie and Rex Eade, is hosting three solo and duo solo exhibitions this spring centring on the work of artists represented by the gallery.
Stories - October 7– November 1 2023
Impressionist painter Paul Samson has a new collection of oil on
Cromwell based Infinite Energy celebrates ten years in business this year with innovation the backbone of their success according to CEO Regan Heal.
“Our team’s technical expertise has allowed us to play a leading role in the design and delivery of bespoke and complex systems for
A stylish selection of international designer fashion makes an elegant statement at Wānaka’s Escape Clothing which has attracted a dedicated following since opening in 2002.
“Wānaka has grown massively since then and the business has really developed with the town. I think our customers are much
A core belief in inner beauty and skin care led beauty therapist Alecia Hodgson to immerse herself in the industry and subsequently open Silver Sixpence skin clinic and spa in Wānaka.
“After qualifying from Christchurch’s National School of Aesthetics I went to Canada for spa experience
Indoor golf has arrived in Queenstown with the opening of Golf Federation in the centre of the resort.
The indoor golf simulator in Athol Street is the brainchild of PGA golf professional Ben Guilford who saw an opportunity for a facility where people can practice and
From design concepts and project management to installation and delivery Central Otago based Power Solutions is a results driven company.
Managing director Mark Laming has shaped the company that works specifically with developers, surveyors, planners and councils to provide effective power solutions for a broad range
Spring marks six years since Queenstown’s Five Mile launched with the shopping centre today one of the region’s fastest growing retail destinations.
“We have a vibrant array of clothing stores offering everything from sports and outdoor clothing to streetstyle and footwear,” says Five Mile retail manager
One of Arrowtown’s oldest, heritage buildings in Buckingham Street houses The Jade and Opal Factory which has been creating original jade sculpture and jewellery collections for over three decades.
Lee Roy Mullings, a master carver in his own right, heads the business started by his father,
Spring breathes new life into the rural home, garden and gallery of Queenstown artist Angus Watson and his many paintings on display reflect his love of colour.
“Another year has passed and I have been painting prolifically turning the surrounding spectacular landscape into vibrant, contemporary colours.”