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Exhibition at The Depot Artspace


“The Seashell Flesh ” Paintings on Historic Slate Roof Tiles
Depot Artspace, Clarence Street,Devonport
9 – 27 September 2017

Opening: Saturday 9th Sept, 2-3:30pm




Group Show at Northart


With Warwick Brown at Northart August 28 2016

With Warwick Brown at Northarts August 28 2016

New and Recent Works (Group Show)

29 August – 14 September

Northart – Gallery 4, 5
Norman King Square
(Opposite the Library)
Ernie Mays Street, Northcote




Viewing at Remuera Gallery


Several paintings are currently on display at Remuera Gallery, 360 Remuera Rd.

**Update – three paintings sold




Il Trittico


Sat 10 – Wed 28 Oct 2015
Depot Artspace
28 Clarence St, Devonport

New paintings by Myung Ja Lee, Craig Humberstone, Stephen Burgess

Opening in the Main Gallery
Saturday 10 October 2 – 3:30pm

 




House & Garden Article


Warwick Brown, New Zealand’s pre-eminent art commentator writing in “House and Garden” magazine February 2015.

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Seasand – Paintings by Craig Humberstone – Northart Gallery


22 September – 3 October
Opening Preview 21 September 4 – 6pm

Open daily 10 – 4pm
Ph 094809633
www.northart.co.nz
Norman King Square, Ernie Mays Street
Northcote Shopping Centre, Auckland
www.facebook.com/northartgallery

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Claw Marks in the Dust exhibition opening night


Craig brought his unique naturalistic style to a series of oil paintings marking the 150th anniversary of Highwic.

Painted on discarded slate tiles from the roof of the building, the works explored flora, fauna and objects found in places not often seen by the casual visitor.

 




All Flesh Is Grass – Slideshow


A slide-show featuring a series of oil paintings of birds nests entitled "all flesh is grass" by New Zealand artist Craig Humberstone.
Slideshow produced by Bruce Paine

 




Cotter House Exhibition


A video record of Craig Humberstone's Painting Exhibition opening night held at Cotter House in Remuera, Auckland, New Zealand on the 15th September 2010.

Filmed and edited by Bruce Paine