Platina Street Art Group, Remuera, will be holding a group are exhibition and sale of their latest art works at 369 Remuera Road for Bastille Day in Remuera this year.
Join the Art Group at their opening on Friday evening, July 13th from 6pm - 8.30pm for wine and nibbles, or drop in over the weekend,
Come and see some of Remuera's great local art talent!
Grab your diary and quickly lock down the date Saturday 14th July.
Bastille Day in Remuera is proving to be in popular demand again, therefore, we are putting on another fantastic show for you.
Maison Vauron busy making raclettete. Photo by Vanita Andrews.
View across Remuera from the top of Mt Hobson. Photo by Stephen Penny, The Hobson magazine.
Poodles on shop windows in Remuera.
Kristin K-Force Robotics in Remuera Library
Roving band 'French Toast' brought the sounds of Paris to Remuera.
Lilly Peeters, Zoe Ter Beek, Rex Chu and Michael Shen from Meadowbank School created a large pagoda shaped lantern that won 3rd place in the Year 4-6 category.
Winning Lantern by Ellen Loftus, Meadowbank School. Displayed in Lighthouse Remuera, 1 St Vincent Avenue.
Lion dancers with drumming - another highlight of the event.
Barfoot & Thompson staff in full costume.
'The 12 Days of Christmas' -new lyrics by Remuera Primary School!
Gorgeous Scandinavian-inspired homewares at Design Quarter. Photo by Vanita Andrews
Overhead lanterns were created by children at School Holiday Programmes across Auckland.
Life drawing in Remuera Gallery with Jarad Bryant.
Streamer Cannons launch Bastille Day after the Gendarmes pay their respect to victims of the terror attack in Nice. Photo by A Lighted Window. https://www.facebook.com/alightedwindow/
Maison Vauron with French cheese and some friends...
Artist Emily Walker and model Nathan Kara of The Human Agency during the re-creation of Rodin's 'Le Penseur'. Photo by Michael Jeong
Intricate origami lantern created by Aston Males Bundock and Harry Wurr from Churchill Park School - a Finalist in the Year 4-6 category.
Blue, blanc, rouge balloons and street decorations. Photo by Vanita Andrews.
Calligraphy artist Weilun Ha created a beautiful painting of peonies, which symbolise prosperity. The artwork will be displayed in Remeura Library until 22 February.
Gendarmes kept the crowds amused throughout the day. Photo by Vanita Andrews.