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Wanganui Arts Review

19th December 2005 – 12 February 2006
From the 165 entries the guest judge, Whangarei Art Museum director Scott Pothan, selected the eight award winners whose work is showcased in this exhibition
Landscapes of unease

19th December 2005 – 12 February 2006
Landscape of Unease sets a darker tone, featuring brooding landscape works selected from the Art Museums permanent collection.
Michael Shepherd

19th December 2005 – 12 February 2006
Auckland-based artist and master illusionist, presents an exhibition of his fabled early paintings.
Shadow on the Land

20 February - 16 April, 2006
SHADOW ON THE LAND - Eric Lee Johnson - featuring several works from W.A.Ms collection (among other sources) by renowned New Zealand Artist Eric Lee Johnson, exploring his unique approach to the landscape genre including his deliberate use of regiona
Kupe Sites

20 February - 16 April, 2006
KUPE SITES - LANDMARKS OF A GREAT VOYAGER, a Te Papa Tongarewa curated exhibition comprising of 36 stunning photographs by photographer Michael Hall, as well as audiovisual material of Iwi representatives talking about the Kupe Sites in Aotearoa, the
!!Ãœber kewel!!

24 April - 11 June, 2006
!!Über kewel!! is a user-friendly guide to art speak and art viewing. Featuring over 50 paintings, sculpture and ceramics from the Whangarei Art Museum Permanent Collection, as well as several loaned works from two major New Zealand Collections; Ruth
Wave & Waka

2 June, 2006
Te Warahi Hetaraka and Chris Booth created this important bi-cultural project commissioned by the art museum and Whangarei District Council and dedicated at Matariki.
Te Hue Ipu and The Living Face

19th June - 6th August, 2006
Whangarei Art Museum, as part of the Matariki New Year celebrations, is honoured to present two significant concurrent exhibitions… Te Hue Ipu - Tracing the history of Gourds and The Living Face 1904 - 2004
Walk the Line

14 August - 8 October, 2006
The earliest known example of the human creative desire to draw was recently discovered in a cave near Angouleme in France. It is a portrait 27,000 years old.
Julian Dashper 1990-2006

14 August - 8 October, 2006
This exhibition surveys selected works by Julian Dashper that examine the critical issues associated with a contemporary painting practice.

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