December 18, 2016


Holiday Opening Hours

We are open during the holiday season.

The gallery is open every day except Stat days.

There might be moments where we have disappeared for a swim at the beach, in which case please call Sarah on 021757273 if you would like to view the artworks.

November 06, 2016


Robin Slow, Brian Flintoff & Bob Bickerton

 

Robin Slow's paintings, Brian Flintoff's carvings & taonga pūoro together with Bob Bickerton's soundtrack celebrate tikanga Maori and remind us that we are go through life facing the past and walking backwards into the future. This multi-sensory exhibition weaves together stories & music, where time, place and people are interconnected and tikanga, memories and thoughts are passed on.

"Korero tukuiho (stories of the past), with its tikanga, memory and thoughts, provide us with an avenue of not only survival but an enhancement of that survival." Robin Slow

Kei a te Po te timatatanga o te waiatatanga mai te Atua. Ko te Ao marama, ko te Ao tu roa.

It was the night, that the Gods sang the world into existence. From the world of light, into the world of music.

June 09, 2016


Lloyd Harwood - 'from hare to eccentricity'

Lloyd Harwood brings us a fabulous quirky collection of a slightly mad look at life.

Please join us and Lloyd for his opening this Friday 10th June.

 

 

March 04, 2016


Grant Palliser

Stimulated by the disparate cultures and environs of Ireland and Morocco experienced in 2014, Nelson sculptor Grant Palliser has responded with an exhibition of expressive paintings.


Salt Gallery will be open during this exhibition from Tuesday - Friday 11am - 4pm & Saturdays 10am - 2pm. Please call RED Gallery for appointments outside of these times. March 4th - March 18th.

Grant's works can be viewed here.

 

 

October 25, 2015


Fleur Stewart & Katie Pascoe

Salt Gallery - RED's sister gallery space is showing the fabulous installation works of two very clever woman, Fleur Stewart and Katie Pascoe.

Tooth be Told & Whiff Whaff - a conversation with Ping Pong is on until November 10th.

Open Tuesday till Saturday, from 10am - 3pm.   Salt Gallery  27 Vanguard St, Nelson.

Read the review here.

 

 

July 13, 2015


Beatrice Carlson

The Fabulous Beatrice Carlson is back again with a fascinating new exhibition: 'Vie de Boheme...

My Art is dictated by my roots, I am a French new media artist living in New  Zealand.

Based on a life time photographies from Europe & Here…

It is an autobiographic work, depicting my fragmented life, showing the past

with my Kiwi mind and Present with my French eye.

I blend my life as I do my Artworks.

It might be why I have such a complicity with my computer…Layers make

sense; blending, fading are my everyday friends!

March 10, 2015


Sally Barron

Sally Barron Exhibition 'The Go-Between'. March 5 - March 26th

Sally Barron has taken her latest work to a new level. Her paintings walk a beautiful line between Figurative and Abstract painting. Loosely woven landscapes, rich in colour, Sally has the ability to transport us far away to places that are actually right in front of us.

 

October 23, 2014


Fatu Feu'u

Salt Gallery in conjunction RED Gallery is thrilled to bring you Fatu Feu'u and his latest paintings from Samoa & Auckland.

Fatu Feu'u is a leading figure in Contemporary Pasifika art and we are very priviledged to have this opportunity to host his works in Nelson.

These paintings will be on exhibition at Salt Gallery - 27 Vanguard St and available for viewing on

Mondays, Thursdays & Fridays from 10 - 4pm, and also on Saturday Mornings from 10 - 1pm.

Any other time can be made to view these extraordinary artworks by calling into RED Gallery.

 

October 08, 2014


Sally Burton

Sally Burton is back with a gorgeous new exhibition - 'unknown ancestors'. Inspired by her great grandfathers photo album full of images of unknown ancestors, Sally has invented her own stories about these people. Who were they? Where did they come from? Dressed in their colonial attire and placed in primordial landscapes, reminiscent of the shaped limestone of Takaka Hill.

Shadows of people appear in the landscapes representing small interventions of humanity on the land.

These paintings in Acrylic on tapa cloth and canvas. 

October 08, 2014


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