Really excited to have two of my works make the finals of the Walker and Hall Waiheke Art Award for 2022.
Author: Angela Rowe
Spring Creative practice workshop 2022
Creative practice workshops for summer 2022.
Fantasy Cheerleader at Changing Threads 2022
This stitch work is part of a project begun during lockdown 2020. During isolation from people I loved, I was … More
Cut with the kitchen knife, New works by Whangārei art group, Collective Practise
Cut with the Kitchen Knife is a group exhibition featuring new works by members of the art group Collective Practise. It is curated by Angela Rowe. The exhibition showcases work across a range of media including paper, ceramics, textile, printmaking, sculpture, installation and performance.
I used to find dead insects in your pockets for Geoff Wilson Gallery
Presenting new work and a bolder install of my MFA grad show in my home town of Whangarei was an … More
Selfies stitched in Lockdown 2020
Selfies stitched in Lockdown 2020, in the 29th Wallace Awards. This is an abstract from a paper for Context magazine, published … More
I used to find dead insects in your pockets
Sewing, Keep Care, 2019 “Collaborate: to work with someone else for a special purpose”.1 I used to find dead insects … More
Golden Oyster, not a true oyster
Golden Oyster, Anomia trigonopsis 51-83 mm. The golden oyster is an irregular, oval shell with different valves. The convex upper … More
Lockdown portraits; I’m sad because I miss you, and I don’t know when I’ll see you again
Lockdown portraits; I’m sad because I miss you, and I don’t know when I’ll see you again. In response to … More
Lockdown walks; uncontrolled environments
Let them eat cake During Lockdown Level 4, I engaged in a kind of government sanctioned photographic project. Lockdown walks; … More