I was very impressed - intimidated, even - by some of the work at the local tech exhibition last year. There was a wide variety of approaches, despite the level playing field created by the square canvasses and identical size, which is 76 x 76 cm. Which are your favourites?
Marilyn Cairns. Acrylic on Canvas
|3. White on White|
Linda Inglis. Acrylic and stitch on canvas.
|4. New Chums|
Angelee Campbell. Acrylic on Canvas
Aroha Mclean. Acrylic on canvas.
|6. Disco City|
Samantha FGordon. Acrylic on canvas
|7. De'lectation Florale|
Rosalie Raleigh. Acrylic on Canvas.
|8. Stacking Teacups|
Eleanor Batten . Acrylic and graphite on Canvas.
|9. Nagaul's Window|
Jonathan Marshall. Acrylic on Canvas.
|10. Hand Study|
Sam Butler. Acrylic on Canvas.
|11. Just Kick Back, Find Alice|
Stacey Brown. Watercolour, permanent marker on canvas.
|12. Waiting for the Storm|
Antoinette Miller. Acrylic on Canvas.
Hannah McKay. Ink, shellac, gold leaf on canvas.
Zacharaiah Mokomoko. Acrylic on Canvas.
|15. Thor Voden Son|
Heath Davies. Acrylic on Canvas.
|16. Meaningless Huh?|
Heath van Leeuwen. Spray paint on canvas
|17. Pink Elephant on Parade|
Melissa Muggeridge. Acrylic on Canvas.
Kerryn Brunton. Acrylic on Canvas.
|19. Close to You|
Teddy Curle. Acrylic on Canvas.
NB: I was under acute time constraints and apologise to the artists of works 10 and 14 for these being out of focus. If they would like to contact me and submit better images I would be very pleased to be able to make amends.