All Welcome

Starkwhite Queenstown looks forward to welcoming John Reynolds back to talk about his new exhibition The Moon and the Flowers.

Reynolds is one of New Zealand’s foremost artists. With a distinctive style that interrogates the logics of drawing, mark-making, and language, his interdisciplinary practice spans painting, installation, and sculpture. Reynolds paintings are a proliferation of art historical, literary, architectural, and philosophical references interconnecting the heroic with the ordinary.

John Reynolds is an Arts Foundation Laureate and was the focus of Shirley Horrock’s documentary ‘Questions for Mr Reynolds’. He is also known for site-specific outdoor works including Snow Tussock and Golden Spaniard in East Otago; BIG WAVE TERRITORY in New Plymouth, and One Hundred and Eighty-Nine Steps commissioned by Auckland Council. For more information about the artist click here

John Reynolds Artist Talk: 4pm on Saturday 17 February at Starkwhite Queenstown. All welcome.


  • Free, open to all


  • Sat 16 Mar


  • 4:00 pm


  • Mountain Club
  • 85 Beach Street
  • Queenstown