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A bird's-eye perspective
in Henry's landscape art
Enjoying Wellington: Artist Henry Braude,
whose work is to be exhibited in Thorndon.
Photo: STEPHEN GILLAM
By STEPHEN GILLIAM
Mt Victoria artist Henry Braude s work
will be showcased at Artrium Gallery in
Tinakori Rd, Thorndon, next month.
Australian-born Braude has lived in
several countries, including South Africa,
Britain and the Czech Republic.
He studied fine arts in Cape Town, and
commercial and graphic art in Montreal.
He has exhibited paintings in Sydney s
Soho and Rushcutter Bay galleries, both
designed for promising artists to receive
People have often commented that
they liked my works, so I went with
that, he said.
The majority of Braude s paintings are
based on natural phenomena from a
bird s-eye perspective.
He said he drew inspiration from the
designs nature provided, and cited land-
scape artists Fred Williams, Arthur Boyd
and William A Sutton.
Braude said he was enjoying his time
in Wellington, which he described as a
miniature Sydney .
It s got a lot of charm and culture, and
is very easy to travel around.
The exhibition in Thorndon will run
from July 1 to August 4.
Three of Braude s best paintings will
be displayed during the New Zealand Art
Show at the TSB Bank Arena from July
28 to 31.
For more information, see
A leading English
potter, Emma Bos-
sons, has brought
her expertise to New
Moorcroft s young-
est designer, Bossons
is renowned for her
abstract designs and
bold use of colour,
seen in vases such as
Victoriana and King
She has sold work
for more than
and is responsible for
about 40 per cent of
the English com-
pany s annual sales.
Bossons is touring
New Zealand with
Moorcroft and is
showcasing her 2011
New Zealand Collec-
tion and other
The collection inc-
ludes the Chatham
Island robin design,
which has been
applied to a larger
vase to raise funds
Bossons will be at
Stains in Lambton
Quay from 1pm till
4pm on Wednesday,
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