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Commission artwork for Auckland Council - all abilities playground Keith Park, Weymouth Auckland. The key logo imagery for Talking Matters creates the basis of design influence for the space. Bright & inviting colours using the floral imagery that appears in the design create a safe & educational toilet block that is inviting & makes kids feel safe. Thank you to everyone who created this opportunity for us to work locally.

We have had the privilege of being commissioned for 2 major works for the new Westfield Newmarket building (final photos coming soon). A selection of artists throughout the country have spent the past few months working on their murals adding to the stunning architecture and design of the building.

We are awaiting final images as our last site was a hugely difficult logistics project but we ended 2019 pushing past creative boundaries that at times seemed unachievable. Highly complex with scaffolding over 4 stories and no ability to step back and to gage the work we were challenged to find new ways of successfully producing our artwork alongside Benjamin Work on scale. Bring on 2020 and everything it has for our road ahead and thank you to Ambush Gallery for engaging our services for the work there a the mall.

Te Mātahi o Te Tau

Haare Williams & Janine & Charles Williams

29 June - 17 August

Opening Saturday 29 June, 10:30am

Through painting, sculpture and poetry the artists in Te Mātahi o Te Tau speak of the freshness of a new beginning that comes with Mātariki the Māori New Year. This intergenerational exhibition brings three artists from the Williams' whānau together to share with us their responses to the wonder of the stars and the origins (whakapapa) of the world.

Ko te kaupapa e kia nei 'Te Mātahi o Te Tau', he hokinga whakaari kua toko ake ki roto i te ohinga, pera ko nga mataki o Mātariki mo Te Tau Hou. I runga i tera titiro whakamua me te titiro whakamuri ano hoki. "Ma te kanohi he tirohanga hou ki nga uara o te whakapakeketanga, mo te taha wairua me nga ahuatanga o te Tau Hou.

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