• Andrea Bolima, Tyne Gordon, Rebecca Hasselman

Often inspired by nature and landscapes, these three emerging female artists explore colour, texture and form through painting. Their practices are an assortment of opposites; abstraction with figuration, opaque yet translucent, chaos and control, expressive yet calming, quick but considered.

Tyne Gordon lives in Ōtautahi Christchurch and completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Canterbury in 2015. Tyne was the recipient of the Olivia Spencer Bower Award 2018, a finalist for the Molly Morpeth Canaday 2D award (2019) and The Parkin Prize (2015 and 2016). In 2016, Gordon travelled to Iceland after receiving the Ethel Susan Jones Fine Arts Travelling Scholarship. Recent exhibitions include Visitor, Toi Moroki Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch, Double Dribble, SoFA, Ilam School of Fine Arts, Christchurch and Double Dribble 2, The National, Christchurch. Her work is in the collection of the Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu and the University of Canterbury, Christchurch.

Rebecca Hasselman grew up on a high country sheep station in the South Island and now lives in Ōtepoti, Dunedin. Rebecca completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Canterbury in 2014 and her work is held in the Wellington City Council Art Collection. Recent exhibitions include Suspended Terrain, Toi Pōneke Gallery, Wellington, 2019, Post-Landscape, Bartley and Company Art, Wellington, 2017 and Slumber Party, Meanwhile, Wellington 2017.

Andrea Bolima was born in the Philippines and moved to New Zealand in 2007. Andrea now lives in Auckland and completed her Master of Visual Art at Auckland University of Technology in 2019. Recent exhibitions include Prelude 2020, Gow Langsford Gallery and States of Memory and Perception, St. Paul Street Gallery Three, AUT.

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  • Level 1 Mibar Building
  • 85 Victoria Street
  • Te Aro, Wellington 6011