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Nelson's Public Art
Nelson has a range of public art works, many, but not all, of them located in the central city area. Millers Acre art millers acre vessel The Vessel...Read more about "Nelson's Public Art"...
Captain Edward Fearon
The King of Motueka Times were turbulent when one of Motueka’s earliest Pakeha pioneers arrived to take up his newly-bought block of land. Edward Fearon had barely pitched his...Read more about "Captain Edward Fearon"...
The Bishop Suter Art Gallery
The death of a bishop, and the determination of his widow to found a gallery in his name for the people of Nelson, led to the establishment of...Read more about "The Bishop Suter Art Gallery"...
The Taranaki Refugees
The Taranaki War of 1860 had a lasting legacy for both Maori and Pakeha communities in Taranaki and Te Tau Ihu. The impact of the war on Taranaki Maori[te-tau-ihu-maori-and-the-taranaki-wars/]...Read more about "The Taranaki Refugees"...
Years of hard work, talent, self-belief and the support of a good wife, all combined to make Nelson artist, Sir Tosswill Woollaston (Toss), one of New Zealand's best,...Read more about "Toss Woollaston"...