• Hamish Coleman
  • Jennifer Laracy
Season Aotearoa Art Fair

Hamish Coleman
Hamish Coleman Hamish Coleman (Pākehā) was born in Hakatere Ashburton and lives and works in Ōtepoti Dunedin. He is best known for his use of ‘interference pigments’, which yield images that change depending on the angle at which they are viewed. His work has been shown in Australia and China as well as throughout Aotearoa. Recent solo exhibitions include Wax and Wane, Season, 2023; On Returning, Ashburton Art Gallery, 2021; and For lack of a better word, Bartley & Company Art, 2019.

Jennifer Laracy
Jennifer Laracy (Pākehā) was born in Te Whanganui-a-Tara and lives and works in Taranaki. Her work often centres on pāua shell, a material with rich cultural and historical associations. She has exhibited around Aotearoa and in Australia, Thailand, and Europe. Recent exhibitions include Kaikainga Ngā Taringa, Season, 2023; Pāua: A Contemporary Jewellery Story, Dowse Art Museum, 2022; and Redecorating Taranaki, Puke Ariki, 2021. Her work is held in private and public collections around Aotearoa.

Season is a partnership between artist and curator Jade Townsend (Ngāti Kahungunu, Te Ātihaunui-a-Pāpārangi) and writer and curator Francis McWhannell (Pākehā) that formed during the extended lockdown of 2021. Based in central Tāmaki Makaurau, the gallery places a strong emphasis on curated exhibitions and public engagement.