http://thediversiongallery.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Time-Bunker-wpcf_420x322.jpgTime Bunker
Process (skins)
Paintings from the William Hodges Residency James Robinson
April-May 2014
Described as 'working right at the edge of painting', James Robinson created the major works in Process (skins) during a year in Southland with the William Hodges Residency which he was awarded for 2013. His works on paper are less visceral, but often as edgy, carrying a sense of the ideas and stories we wrap around self and psyche. For more images and details, click on the image or title.
http://thediversiongallery.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/14-14-Costal-Walk-wpcf_420x276.jpgCoastal Walk, oil on canvas
The Forgotten Path
Return to landscape - Canterbury Wayne Seyb
1 July to 9 August 2014
Preview: 30 June 2014
Following the re-opened paths through the Port Hills, Wayne Seyb finds energy and affirmation in a return to landscape painting, in his most substantial series of Canterbury landscapes since moving to Christchurch 14 years ago.
Rainlight, Hokianga
Mary McFarlane
10 September to 18 October 2014
Preview: 9 September 2014
The intensity of Mary McFarlane's final farewell to her late husband Ralph Hotere wreaths the moon in gold in a new series of artworks on vintage mirrors, possibly the most exquisite she has ever produced... From intimate works to a grand scale, Rainlight, Hokianga follows directly on from the 2012-2013 series The Moon Knows and Blue Moon.

The Diversion Gallery exhibits fine art by leading New Zealand contemporary artists, in a stylish gallery on the waterfront in Picton, Marlborough.

We offer paintings, drawings, sculpture and limited edition prints by some of New Zealand’s most collectible fine artists. All are acclaimed senior or mid-career artists of national and international repute, and whose work is held in major public galleries and private collections.

The gallery is open 12-5pm Wednesday to Saturday, or viewing welcome at other times and days by arrangement – just call or text 0274 408 121.