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.
Drumming backdrop to the Lion Dance.
Busy footpaths and French street decorations created by Steve Reid. Photo by Vanita Andrews.
Grace Dong from Remuera Music Academy performed with two of her students.
Gendarmes were on hand to keep Remuera in order on Bastille Day. Photo by Bruce Tetley
Auckland Studio Potters invited the public to glaze a shell before raku firing on-site.
Still separated by a pane of glass..
French bunting on a grand scale helped Jems take second place in the window display competition.
Crowds enjoyed a warm summer evening in Remuera under the lanterns.
Day of the Dead make-up was everywhere!
Lace art by renowned Polish street artist, NeSpoon, beautifies the back wall of 1 Victoria Ave.
The team from Barfoot & Thompson, event sponsors.
Accordionist Tracey Collins alongside Le Cirque de JP as the snail race unfolds...
Frocks on Bikes rallied for a ride through Remuera in French style.
Dragon dance perfomed by e-Pac
As twilight fell, a choir from the Chinese Methodist Church in Remuera sang for the crowds.
Fabulous masks were part of the Macan Dance Company's performance.
Barfoot & Thompson staff in full costume.
Model Dominique Koloamatangi and Mime Itai Biran take to the red carpet for Gregory. Photo by A Lighted Window. https://www.facebook.com/alightedwindow/
Mimes Daniel Fernandez Gonzalez and Itai Biran escort model Manon along the red carpet. Photo by Michael Jeong
Traditional Lion Dance entertained the crowds.