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Top Choice Art in Raglan

Toi Hauāuru Studio

Run by local artist Simon Te Wheoro, this excellent gallery and shop is located 2km from Raglan on the road from Hamilton. Contemporary artwork and sculpture with a Māori influence as well as pounamu (greenstone) ca…
Top Choice Arts & Crafts in Queenstown

Vesta

Showcasing really cool NZ-made art and craft, Vesta is full of interesting prints, paintings, glass art and gifts. It's housed in Williams Cottage (1864), Queenstown’s oldest home. It's worth visiting just to check …
Arts & Crafts in Taupo

Lava Glass

More than 500 unique glass sculptures fill the garden and surroundings of this gallery around 10km north of Taupo on SH5. Glass-blowing displays and an excellent cafe provide great reasons to linger while you're con…
Art in Queenstown

Artbay Gallery

Occupying an attractive 1863-built Freemason's Hall on the lakefront, Artbay is always an interesting place to peruse, even if you don't have thousands to spend on a delicately carved ram's skull. It showcases the w…
Arts & Crafts in Raglan

Jet Collective

Funky gallery-shop showcasing 100% Raglan artists with everything from music CDs and mixed media pieces through to retro Kiwiana-inspired work. It’s also a good spot to drop in and chat with the friendly team about …
Art in Taupo

Kura Gallery

This compact gallery represents more than 70 artists from around NZ. Works for sale include weaving, carving, painting and jewellery, and many items are imbued with a Māori or Pasifika influence.
Art in Wellington

Ora Gallery

Fresh, bold, bright contemporary art including sculpture, weaving, glass and jewellery: gifts for someone who's waiting for you back home. You can get a coffee here, too.
Art in Rotorua

Moko 101

Traditional ta moko (Māori tattooing) is offered here. Painting and mixed-media work from local Māori artists is also displayed and for sale.
Art in Dunedin

Gallery De Novo

This interesting, contemporary fine art gallery is worth a look whether you're likely to invest in a substantial piece of Kiwi art or not.
Art in Wellington

Kura

Contemporary indigenous art: painting, ceramics, jewellery and sculpture. A gorgeous galley – come for a look even if you're not buying.