Dick Frizzell Exhibitions

Works on Paper

17 Nov - 12 Dec 2012

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Exhibition Works

The Answer
Dick Frizzell The Answer (2010)
Mickey to Tiki (Reversed)
Dick Frizzell Mickey to Tiki (Reversed) (2012)
Another Big Kiss
Dick Frizzell Another Big Kiss (2009)
I Love Wine
Dick Frizzell I Love Wine (2010)
After the Ball
Dick Frizzell After the Ball (2012)
Overnight Success
Dick Frizzell Overnight Success (2009)
Reuben Paterson G.P.S. (2011)
This Little Light of Mine
Reuben Paterson This Little Light of Mine (2011)
Be Here
Nigel Brown Be Here (2010)
Toni Mackinnon Marina (2011)
Rakuko II
Toni Mackinnon Rakuko II (2011)
Toni Mackinnon Kelly (2011)
Sounding The Dark For Charles Brasch (Bill Manhire)
Ralph Hotere Sounding The Dark For Charles Brasch (Bill Manhire) (1999)
Ralph Hotere Oputae (1989)
Stanley Palmer Karamea (2010)
Bell - Marae Pahaoa
Stanley Palmer Bell - Marae Pahaoa (2010)
Simon Edwards Seeker (2010)
Simon Edwards Swift (2010)
Shadow Collector
Simon Edwards Shadow Collector (2010)
Karl Maughan Colyton (2010)
Woven Paths
Neal Palmer Woven Paths (2011)
Life Study III
Gary Waldrom Life Study III (2008)
New Age Clown
Gary Waldrom New Age Clown (2010)
Waldrom's Punch (Patent Pending)
Gary Waldrom Waldrom's Punch (Patent Pending) (2010)
Paradoxical Sleeper (First State Remix)
Paul Martinson Paradoxical Sleeper (First State Remix) (2011)
Mother Lover Melodrama
Paul Martinson Mother Lover Melodrama (2011)

Exhibition Text

Eleven nationally significant artists are represented in the Works on Paper exhibition. It features screenprints and lithographic editions, as well as the deft and beautiful watercolours of Simon Edwards; the remarkable pastel studies and drawings of Gary Waldrom; the optical effects and collagic process of Toni Mackinnon; the surreal sensuality of Paul Martinson.

Stanley Palmer and Dick Frizzell are acknowledged as great New Zealand artists and works on paper have been a key component of their artistic endeavours. Ralph Hotere similarly has produced a critically acclaimed and extended body of paper works throughout his career which has its own criteria as well as a fundamental dialogue back and forth with his paintings.

Reuben Paterson astonishing screenprints, Karl Maughan’s complex Colyton and Neal Palmer’s Woven Path are also included.