REYBURN HOUSE ART GALLERY
Nestled down at the iconic Town Basin in Whangarei, this lovingly restored historic villa houses some real delights. Home to the thriving Northland Society of Arts, who were established back in 1989, they continue to host exhibition space for artists to hire, along with a boutique shop filed with unique pieces of local artworks.
Following the Hatea River, and just a quick walk through our Heritage Rose gardens, you will find the Reyburn Art Studio. This creative space houses the Firebirds Ceramic group and Fire Frenzy along with a main studio space for various groups to hire.
Entry to the Gallery is free but a donation is always appreciated. Run as a non-profit by mostly volunteers, your donation would help us to keep supporting Northland Artists.
Coming this weekend…
What’s on at the Gallery…
Exhibition runs January 16 – February 11th 2024
Galleries 1 & 2: Justine D’Anvers – My place – Our Place
Gallery 3 & 4: Patricia Brickell – Earth
Gallery 5: Wanda Beehre & Maggie Cross
My Place – Our Place
Whangarei Heads landscapes take centre stage at My Place our Place, a solo exhibition featuring new works by Whangarei Heads artist Justine D’Anvers. The exhibition will feature a curated collection of mystical landscape paintings that highlight the fierce yet fragile balance that nature presents through the eyes of the artist. All are welcome at the opening evening which will be held from 5 – 7pm on the 16th January, will offer art enthusiasts and the local community a chance to meet the artist, discuss the work, and gain insights into the creative process.
Colour impressionist Patricia Brickell is back with another selection of her glorious works. Be immersed in colour when you visit Patricia’s latest exhibition in Gallery 3 and 4 this month.
WANDA BEEHRE & MAGGIE CROSS
Try a virtual tour from your own home. Works on mobile, tablet and through a browser on a PC or Mac.
Just choose a room and, using finger or mouse, move around a 360° room view. Zoom in and out, move left & right.
Happy viewing! Call in to see the real artworks when you can.