‘Colour Moves’ Art Opening, Brick Brothers Gallery, Friday 14 March

As part of the Dunedin Fringe Festival, the art exhibition ‘Colour Moves’ is a compelling and eclectic mix: bright vs muted, realism vs abstraction, and the enigmatic vs the obvious. The works are by Peter Cleverley, Kirsten Ferguson, Nicola Hansby and John Z Robinson. John’s ‘Vase of Men’ series is highly covetable but should come with a nudity warning haha. Do check out the exhibition which is on until 21st March. Brick Brothers Gallery (Dowling St) is open daily from 11am – 5pm. All works are for sale.

'Vase of Men' series by John Z Robinson. Varnished pencil & acrylic on hardboard.

‘Vase of Men’ series by John Z Robinson. Varnished pencil & acrylic on hardboard.

Artist, John Z Robinson and friend Rachael with Nicola Hansby's 'Still Life'

Artist, John Z Robinson and friend Rachael with Nicola Hansby’s ‘Still Life’

'Cactus cuttings' by Nicola Hansby. Acrylic on paper.

‘Cactus cuttings’ by Nicola Hansby. Acrylic on paper.

Brick Brothers Gallery

Brick Brothers Gallery

Detail from 'God Box Dog Box' by Peter Cleverley. Acrylic on canvas.

Detail from ‘God Box Dog Box’ by Peter Cleverley. Acrylic on canvas.

Artists Peter Cleverley and Nicola Hansby with musician Chris Wratislav

Artists Peter Cleverley and Nicola Hansby with musician Chris Wratislav

'Untitled' by Kirsten Ferguson. Mixed media on paper.

‘Untitled’ by Kirsten Ferguson. Mixed media on paper.

Nicky, Annie and Susan with works by Kirsten Ferguson

Nicky, Annie and Susan with works by Kirsten Ferguson

'Leaning' by Nicola Hansby. Acrylic on paper.

‘Leaning’ by Nicola Hansby. Acrylic on paper.

Kieran and Nick with 'God Box Dog Box'

Kieran and Nick with ‘God Box Dog Box’

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