Estuarine: Tāmaki Makaurau 


Penny Otto and Marion Gordon-Flower



08 - 18 Dec 2021

Opening night Tue 07 Dec, 5-7.30pm*

Closing reception Sat 18 Dec, 2-4pm *

*TBC based on alert level permissions



‘Estuarine: Tāmaki Makaurau’ began with post-Covid optimism in the 2020 New Year and the need to reconnect with shared favourite nature environments, particularly the wonderous views from Glendowie cliffs and sanctuary of Tāhuna Tōrea Nature Reserve.  Sketching together in warm weather led to independent studio responses, arriving at two very distinctive new bodies of art. Although contrasting in style, both artists work with notions of liberty and constraint, and  the underlying message from each is the need to tune in with the delicate balance that nature holds and to honour Papatūānuku.


Penny Otto is well known for her colourful, well-crafted Expressionistic drawings and painting, and her selected works play in a space of disparity between natural and man-made environments. 


For Marion Gordon-Flower, the events of Covid have brought about a strong shift in her established mixed-media processes, arriving at an unexpected form of Abstract Expressionism.  



11 Mayfair Place, Glen Innes, Auckland

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Online 3D virtual tour option provided


​Tectonic, 2020
Penny Otto
Acrylic
1000 x 1000mm
$1000

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Tectonic, 2020

Penny Otto

Acrylic

1000 x 1000mm

$1000


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Tectonic, 2020

Penny Otto

Acrylic

1000 x 1000mm

$1000


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​Micro & Macro Cosmic, 2020
Marion Gordon-Flower
Mixed media on canvas
1220 x 1220mm
$1200

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Micro & Macro Cosmic, 2020

Marion Gordon-Flower

Mixed media on canvas

1220 x 1220mm

$1200


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Micro & Macro Cosmic, 2020

Marion Gordon-Flower

Mixed media on canvas

1220 x 1220mm

$1200


For sale enquiries please get in touch

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