“I paint for my own personal escapism and to offer the door to days of romance and adventure to others. I like to stick to themes- British policemen, nuns, Alice in Wonderland but I always return to women on large motorcycles and the jungle adventures because they delight me personally. Sometimes mothers buy them for them for their children and they tell me the kids take them with them when they leave home. The thought someone grew up with one of my pictures and still liked it as a teenager is very rewarding.”
3 July-25 July
Opening night 2 July 5:30-7pm
A series of works made during lockdown by Pablos Artists.
4 June – 27 June 2020
Opening 4 June
Learning from Māori healing concept.
This show is a series of spontaneous/reverse illustrations inspired from the book “Collaborative and Indigenous Mental Health Therapy. Tātaihono — stories of Māori Healing and Psychiatry” by Wiremu NiaNia, Allister Bush and David Epston. Spontaneous/Reverse illustrations is a concept I came up with, they are made by focusing on the concept as intent, then letting the colours and shapes lead and explain, rather than having the explanation lead the colours and shapes/visual metaphors after conscious planning, the way illustrations usually work.0th of January – 29th February 2020.
Roar Mince Pies show is now on at our new location Shop 209 Left Bank Arcade. Everything is under $150.00 cash and carry. This show has a regular change over of artwork so be sure to pop in regularly so you don’t miss out on all of these fantastic pieces.
Pablos Artists are celebrating with the ROAR! Carnival exhibition, opening from 6th of March to 29th March. This exhibition will cross over with Cuba Dupa festivities.
All Access opens 3rd December 2019 at Thistle Hall
All Access will be open from the 3rd -7th of December, Tuesday to Saturday 11:30 am to 6:00 pm. Closing celebrations on Saturday 7th from 6-8pm . Don’t miss our artist run workshop on Thursday 5th from 12-2pm.
Community Connections and Pablo’s Art Studio invite the community to a new exhibition of tactile, audio described visual art by intuitive Wellington artists. Accessible, this exhibition is audio described, hung at wheelchair height and tactile. A rare opportunity to explore an inclusive display experience seen in few galleries.