Sarjeant Gallery - Jewellery

By: Sarjeant  06-Dec-2011

Fancy Fools Flight - from 5.00pm to 6.00pm on Saturday 10th December.  Meet the artists Jim Dennison and Leanne Williams, enjoy a drink and canapes with the Members Executive and Gallery staff. 

For one evening only - Wednesday, 7th December between 5.00pm to 6.30pm.

Please take a virtual tour of the beautiful Sarjeant Gallery.  Special thanks to Neil Jones from Inshot Photography for putting this together.   

By Mary Kisler - Early European Art in New Zealand Public Collections. $75.00      

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

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Sarjeant Gallery - Welcome to the Sarjeant Gallery Shop

If you are looking for the perfect gift that is a little different and quintessentially New Zealand the Sarjeant Gallery Shop is where you will find it. Our gallery shop is set in inspiring neo-classical surroundings we have a range of stunning handcrafted designer jewellery, glass, kete and ceramics. We also sell catalogues reflecting the exhibition programmes, NZ art books and an exciting range of artistic cards.


Sarjeant Gallery - Bride Coe

Using low tech production methods Bride's exquisite and sensitive pieces are never identical however smilar and draw on her endless fascination with plant forms. After leaving a career based in medical laboratories in NZ and the UK, Bride attained a Diploma in Craft Design and embarked upon jewellery production. Buyers guidelines: When purchasing products from our shop online, please fill out the bank information details as follows.


Sarjeant Gallery - Craig Winton

Buyers guidelines: When purchasing products from our shop online, please fill out bank information details as follows. Craig has exhibited internationally; on two occasions representing Edinburgh in shows in Germany and Italy. Craig enjoys working with natural materials to display the beauty of the metal and stone. The stock code from the item you are purchasing. Craig started creating jewellery in the 1990s. The jeweller or artists name.


Sarjeant Gallery - Ingrid Schloemer

A teacher of jewellery, Ingrid has exhibited both nationally and internationally, and attributes her inspiration to nature, with leaf themes featuring prominantly. Initially working with easily accessible materials (copper, silver wire and glass beads), since 2006 Ingrid's primary media has been Fine Silver. In 1998 Ingrid took her established sculptural sensitivity to stone, jade and semi-precious gemstones and began applying it to jewellery.