Nick Duval-Smith

In the Guardian!

well, the Motueka Guardian. 20th of September 2017, p. 13…

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sold!

Parker Gallery in Nelson sold the first Toka Ngawhā / Split Apple Rock sculpture today, yay! One coming up at the Motueka Steiner School’s Spring Fair, in their Silent Auction -watch out for it šŸ™‚

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Tokangawhā / Split Apple Rock

Souvenir in bronze. 88mm high x 111mm wide x 25mm deep. Weighs 673 grammes.Ā Available at Parker Gallery, Nelson, Ā Motueka I-Site, and Riverside cafe.

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(some very) little paintings

Made while listening to 3 Max Gimblett interviews on Radio New Zealand.

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made at Wakamarina (Canvastown) today

 

moving mountains

An idea I’ve been working on, off and on for more than ten years now, in stone; finally realised in bronze for the first time.

This is a group of three free standing reliefs you can play with, to make landscapes.

little paintings: day and night

Made these this morning. They are 56mm high by 116 wide (ish). Acrylic ink on paper.

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It’s quite fun to do very little paintings.

Down (looking up) and Up (looking down)

quatrefoil

I had a go at a quatrefoil version of a mandala after listening to Kim Hill interview Max Gimblett. I got all excited about his work after understanding more about it (and the connections between our practices), and emailed him. He responded very kindly, and I hope to meet him later this year.

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