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The Imperfect Pull - New Prints by Noa Noa Bassewitz

On a warm spring evening the  of Noa Noa's print exhibition here at Inverlochy, in Wellington, was a convivial and exciting place to be. Noa Noa's exhibition explores themes, Rona, the Maori mythical woman in the moon and the vagaries of printmaking and life in general, hence the term the imperfect pull; from Noa Noa's own website:

The Imperfect Pull wood-block print series is based on the Maori myth of Rona and the Moon. Female forms and mystical creatures cavort in the moonlight. There is yearning, there is movement, there is unease and there is loving connection. Come and discover your own inner animal. Be drawn in but don’t let the moon steal you away!
The exhibition is open until 24 September, 9.30 am - 5pm daily. Limited edition prints and T-shirts are available.



Inverlochy Art School now has a fabulous new central heating system installed throughout the ground floor. With warm classrooms, warm hallways and common room, and a lovely, friendly atmosphere you can make your art ideas come alive this winter. Read more

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National Radio Interviews Life Model

Have a listen to this National Radio Interview with actor & model Virginia Kennard. Pertinent information for all life Drawing artist.
Inverlochy runs life drawing classes here please email me for more information regarding classes or if you would like to be a life model! Follow this link to the RNZ website to hear the programme interview.



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Inverlochy Now a Registered Charity

Our treasurer and committee has been working hard behind the scenes and Inverlochy is pleased to announce that it is now a Registered Charity!

Our Registration Number is: CC54321 and was granted on 29 March 2017. You can visit www.charities.govt.nz and look up The Williams School of Art Incorporated, our official name, or use the registration number to search.
Registration as a charity means that any donations qualify for a tax rebate.
Inverlochy Art School's income primarily comes from running art classes and art related activities, we receive very little funding; our building and grounds require constant maintenance and we appreciate any personal time given helping here as well as financial help.  
Happy art making and thanks for helping to make Inverlochy successful!




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