Pablos annual art auction moves to new venue at Massey University

Town and Country – Gavin Chilcott

News from Pablos Art Studios Inc
A vibrant cross section of one hundred artworks from New Zealand’s leading art makers to the emerging talent from Pablos artists and further afield will be amassed in the Great Hall at Massey University tonight … just waiting to be discovered.

You’ll find work from Dick Frizzell, Michel Tuffery, Nigel Brown, Wayne Youle, Tom Sladden, Sam Broad, Ewan McDougall, Matt Gauldie, Andrew Blythe, Rob Cherry, Angus Walker, Chris Grosz, Jane Blackmore, Jon Drypnz, Miss Mica Still, Scott Kennedy, Ruth Korver, Michele Irving, Ben Buchanan, Stephen Templer, Rose-Marie Salmon, Greg Broadmore, John Lake, Gavin Chilcott, Debbie Pointon, Anne Marie Jean, Antoinette Ratcliffe, Di Conway, Margaret Elliot, Jane Hyder, Nestor Opetaia, Vincent Duncan, James Acheson and many more, including of course, the wonderful artists from Pablos Art Studios.

Come along and join in the excitement of a live auction. Bid on works you fancy and maybe you will be taking home a unique art work as well as supporting Pablos Art Studios. It doesn’t get better than that!

The Pablos annual fundraising Art Auction is at a new venue (with 100 free carparks) in

THE GREAT HALL, MUSEUM BUILDING
at Massey University on Wednesday 17th October.

$20 Pre-sale tickets are available with an Auction Catalogue from ROAR! gallery or Pablos Art Studios.

There will also be $25 Door Sale tickets available on the night.

Doors open at 5pm to pre-view the work, bid on the silent auction, eat, drink and enjoy some live music. The live auction gets underway at 6.30pm.

With special thanks to our supporters:
Massey University, Gordon Harris, Dominion Post, Just Paterson Real Estate, Wellington City Council, Thames Publications Ltd, RICOH, Soundtech Ltd, Grouse Lighting, Positively Wellington Venues, Phantom Billstickers Ltd, Hanging around Banners, The Real Time Liners, EFTPOS NZ , Exhibit A, John Swan, Art Works Framers, The Workshop Picture Framing, Sam Broad, Gallery Frames, Framer vs Framer, Sushi Bi Ltd, Moore Wilsons, Nautilus Estate Wines, Tuatara Beer, Heaven Pizzas and Radio Active FM.

 

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