EVENTS

UPCOMING EVENTS

MT PLEASANT ART EXHIBITION

(selected NZ artists)

Mt Pleasant Community Centre, Christchurch

September 2019

 

PAST EVENTS

SMC FOUNDATION'S ART EXHIBITION & GARDEN SCULPTURE 2018

St Margaret's College

12 Winchester Street, Merivale, Christchurch

21 - 23 September 2018

EARLY SPRING SHOW - ASHBURTON SOCIETY OF ARTS

I will be the special guest at the Early Spring show. Exciting!!!!

53 Short Street Studio, Ashburton

19th August - 16th September

THE CHRISTCHURCH ART SHOW 2018

The Events Centre, Wigram Air Force Museum, Christchurch 

21 - 24 June 2018

MT PLEASANT ART EXHIBITION

(selected NZ artists)

Mt Pleasant Community Centre, Christchurch

27 eve - 28 October 2017

PEGASUS BAY ART SHOW

(selected NZ artists)

Pegasus Bay School, 5 Solander Rd, Pegasus

13 - 15 October 2017

THE CHRISTCHURCH ART SHOW 2017

The Events Centre, Wigram Air Force Museum, Christchurch 

15 - 18 June 2017

MAJUBA GALLERY

5 Conical Hill Road
Hanmer Springs 7334, Tel: (03) 315 5053

Live painting through Easter Weekend 2017

ROUND

(selected NZ artists)​

Art on Tyne, Oamaru

24 February - 24 March 2017

SKY ARTS ART YOUR TV 

The Sky Arts Art Your TV pop-up channel 

15 -23 February 2017.  

I was featured on 20 February, "Art your TV".  My painting 'Finding Nemo' was the face of that season's programme!

 

 

 

Partnering with five of New Zealand's most well-known galleries, the Sky Arts Art Your TV pop-up channel screened a revolving showcase of works from a wide variety of New Zealand artists. 

Images of each artwork were broadcasted in 15-minute rotations throughout the day and could be seen on Sky TV channel 220 

MT PLEASANT ART EXHIBITION

(selected NZ artists)

Mt Pleasant Community Centre, Christchurch

14 - 16 October 2016

UNLIMITED

Cap Gemini Ernst & Young

Shaftesbury Avenue, London, UK

19 March - 20 April 2000

Original Exhibition completely conceived and managed by Florence Egasse.  All art created by CGEY employees and acclaimed artist Caroline Bays were auctioned online. The concept was to give a chance for employees to re/discover

their creative passion and showcase this on one of London's most prestigious avenues. The exhibition pioneered online art biding, with all proceeds donated to the London Sports Forum for Disabled People.

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