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Solo Exhibition: REVENGE June 2007

Aigantighe Art Gallery - 49 Wai-iti Road, Timaru, New Zealand

12 June - 29th July 2007.

The works below were exhibited as large scale mural banners. They can also be printed for stretcher frames of various sizes by special arrangement.

The Omen - Comet McNaught over Tekapo
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The Omen - Comet McNaught over Tekapo.  23 January 2007
Epson Ultrachrome ink on canvas - 3.0m x 0.9m.
Should there be meaning in a comet lying low in the sky behind us?
NZ$1400 (open edition*)

The Changing - Turbulence over Caroline Bay

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The Changing - Turbulence over Caroline Bay.  6 January 2007
Epson Ultrachrome ink on canvas - 3.6m x 0.9m.
What could this remarkable air stream mean by pushing its turbulence over us?
NZ$1650 (open edition* no 1 sold)

The Fury - Night Lightning from Timaru

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The Fury -  Night Lightning from Timaru.  4 January 2006
Epson Ultrachrome ink on canvas - 2.4mx 0.9m.
Is this unusually wild storm for our entertainment only?
NZ$1200 (open edition* no 1 sold)

The Spilling - Caroline Bay

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The Spilling - Caroline Bay.  Autumn 2000 
Epson Ultrachrome ink on canvas - 1.5m x 0.9m.
Should we think about a tiny wave breaching an imperceptible sand barrier?
$850 (open edition*)

The Inundation - Jack’s Point

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The Inundation - Jack’s Point.  15 April 2007
Epson Ultrachrome ink on canvas - 1.5m x 0.9m.
Will we understand the surf pounding into our coastline, tearing it away?
NZ$850 (open edition*)

Additions to Revenge Series

The Foretelling at Moeraki

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The Foretelling - 22 Degree Luna Halo at Moeraki. 5 September 2009
Epson Ultrachrome ink on canvas - 1.8m x 0.9m.
Will the gathering hold in the tides to come?
NZ$2000 (open edition*)

Damacles Sword - Comet McNaught over Timaru

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Damocles Sword Comet McNaught over Timaru.  24 January 2007
Epson Ultrachrome ink on canvas - 3.0m x 0.9m.
What hangs over us despite all our power?
NZ$1400 (open edition*)

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Gut Feeling - Waihao Downs . 29 July 2006 
Epson Ultrachrome ink on canvas - 1.5m x 0.9m.
Do we need to be told any more?
NZ$850 (open edition*)

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The Promise - Rainbow over Hadlow Grange. 25 February 2007
Epson Ultrachrome ink on canvas - 3m x 0.9m.
Will the covenant hold? 
NZ$1400 (open edition*)

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The Burning - Clayton Tussock burning out of control.  27 August 2007 
Epson Ultrachrome ink on canvas - 3.6m x 0.9m.
Will the land burn after us ? 
NZ$1650 (open edition*)

Wild Fire

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Hell Fire - Clayton Tussock burning out of control.  27 August 2007
Epson Ultrachrome ink on canvas - 1.5m x 0.9m.
Where are we going? 
NZ$850 (open edition*)

Wild Fire

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The Occultation - Timaru. 28 August 2007
Epson Ultrachrome ink on canvas - 1.5m x 0.9m.
What strength have our gaurdians? 
NZ$850 (open edition*)

The Prayer

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The Prayer - Tekapo. 9 August 2010
Epson Ultrachrome ink on canvas - 1.5m x 0.9m.
Is praying enough? 
NZ$850 (open edition*)

 

Notes on the REVENGE Exhibition Prints

*The prints are numbered as an open edition and additional prints may be produced in any form by the artist for any future use. The exhibition prints were the firsts of the Revenge Series. Additional copies of these art works may be ordered from the Artist and in other sizes and materials by arrangement.

The exhibition art works were printed by Ben Marsden of Ken’s Imaging, Christchurch on Sihl 340gsm canvas in collaboration with me.

I am also appreciative of funding from the Community Arts Council which assisted Gallery rental costs.

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