We had to say goodbye to Dii Moffatt and her sumptuous exhibition, New Forms but not before we were treated to some insight from back to back artist talks by and her and Linda Dimitrievska this week. Linda Dimitrievksa's The Cloud of Unknowing is in place until 13th December.
Patrick Malone brings his first solo show for several year's to the Refinery, The Brightness is Beautiful is a comment on his reaction to the light in his new home in the Nelson Lakes district. We were gratefully able to celebrate the opening of his return to exhibition on Monday night.
Taarn Scott brings her series of Nelson Coastline panels in Outlining/Shifting Channels. This is a series that explores drawing with 'a greater physical presence. Through a process beginning with woodcuts carved into reclaimed doors, these pieces exist on the intersection between traditional print making and sketching. Mapping the Nelson coastline, these works are pencil rubbings taken from original wood carvings, which can also be seen in the space.'
The Brightness is Beautiful and Outlining/Shifting Channels are in place until 22nd January.