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.
Santa in his Grotto in the Village Green.
Artist Emily Walker and model Nathan Kara of The Human Agency during the re-creation of Rodin's 'Le Penseur'. Photo by Michael Jeong
A fortune teller to read your tarot cards.
Young artists creating fish and sumarines for the New Caledonia reef project in the Library.
Gendarmes kept the programme on time at BNZ Stage! Photo by Vanita Andrews.
Frankenstein's Freaky Photo BOOth saw plenty of action!
Mime Daniel Fernandez Gonzalez and Elaine Venville model for Blue Illusion. Photo by Elizabeth Farley.
Shaolin Kung Fu demonstration by the Remuera Club members.
First place in the Year 1-3 Category was a Rooster Lantern created by Mary Meredith from Meadowbank School.
Model Dominique Koloamatangi and Mime Itai Biran take to the red carpet for Gregory. Photo by A Lighted Window. https://www.facebook.com/alightedwindow/
Dancers from the Macang Dance Company.
New Zealand artist, Misery, painting live in Remuera Gallery.
'Garden' by Jeff Thomson outside Remuera Library.
Macang Dance Company performing a Taiwanese Indigenous Dance.
Amy Ko from Meadowbank School with Lantern Competition winners. Meadowbank School won the prize for the most Finalists in the competition.
Local florists will brighten your day! Photo by Vanita Andrews
Monet painting comes to life as body artist Yolanda paints model Emily Adams into the background. Photo by A Lighted Window. https://www.facebook.com/alightedwindow/
French-inspired street decorations.
Busy footpaths and French street decorations created by Steve Reid. Photo by Vanita Andrews.