Robyn Ninnes compositions
Acrylic on canvas
Yasmin Davis koru ceramics
Sir William Russell Flint prints
Rebecca Dowman-Ngapo prints
Melissa Sharplin prints
Prints in the Gallery
12 January - 12 February
"A new gallery that works to support children in hardship is a commendable charity" - Sam Edwards, Waikato Times 14 May 2019
It is hard to imagine that within our immediate geographies there are children, who for a variety of reasons through no fault of their own, face incredibly tough lives with very uncertain futures. Governments that come and go will typically address some of these issues without resolving the plight of children who fall outside their general programs. For this reason, the Achieving Change for Children Charitable Trust (ACCCT), is fully committed to raising funds for children in true hardship. We raise money by selling super art work and great gifts. All funds raised go to children's charities in the Waikato. All who work with the Trust are unpaid volunteers.
New Exhibition: The Waikato Watercolourists
14 February- 31st March
Join us at the launch on Friday 14th February from 5.30pm
~ Sneak Preview of two compositions ~
Treescape at Pukemokemoke
Gallery Reviews - what is recorded
Welcome Swallow Gallery Exhibition Catalogues
Please note that although each exhibition replaces the previous one in the gallery, we may still be able to source a work of art from earlier exhibitions. We are also able to freight our art works anywhere within New Zealand and worldwide. Freight costs are additional to the Catalogue prices. By downloading the catalogues above you will have immediate access to reviewing over 500 pieces of art work.
Welcome Swallow Gallery & Gifts
378 Grey, Street, Hamilton East 3216
Tel. 07 858 3964
Open: Mon-Friday 9.30am– 4.30pm; Sat 10am – 2pm; Sun 11am – 2pm
Waikato Times Reviews Threads of Life Exhibition 13 August 2019
Sam Edwards provides a thoughtful review of the threads of life Exhibition by calling out one of the pieces that was sold early on. "Zipper or Door" by artist Rainy Du is chosen as emblematic of the exhibition's intent.