Natural Histories August Mark Wooller has become known for his richly detailed and semi-surrealist oil paintings depicting local landscapes. Each piece is layered with historic ephemera, documentation and text references which enrich the narrative of the painting. Wooller has released new paintings that focus on central Auckland,...

Following Nature 2 - 22 August “In essence my sculpture is a spiritual practice; to engage in finding clues to human nature in the natural world. I try to illustrate the interconnectedness of all living things and their interdependence within the environment. Nature is our greatest...

The Fantail House will be showcasing a stunning selection of handcrafted pottery & ceramics for the month of August.On display and available for purchase is a wonderful variety of works hand crafted by local and award winning New Zealand Potters.From Functional to Whimsical, Classic to...

Recent Works 2 - 16 August We warmly welcome you to join the Parnell Gallery team and artist Peter Hackett to celebrate the opening of his latest exhibition. Working in thick impasto oils, contemporary painter Peter Hackett creates captivating and immersive landscapes, presenting to the viewer’s eye...

Thanks to Secure Parking, from the 12th of July for 30 days they are offering an exclusive early bird special parking rate of $3.50 at the Parnell Train Station.  Simply download their app secureparking.co.nz/paybyapp and enter the promo code: WINTEREBSPECIAL. Please note, this special rate...

As a bastion of Italian cuisine, the humble pizza’s hearty constitution never fails to delight both the eyes and the stomach. While there are many establishments serving up laudable renditions of arguably the greatest gift Italy ever gave the world (followed closely by pasta, Peroni...

A Winter solstice to remember! On June 21st , Datamine and the Parnell Business Association hosted their first ‘in person’ event in two years at Kanteen, 15 Faraday Street, Parnell. It was a wonderful evening reconnecting with those Parnell businesses and people who have become familiar via...

Imagined Vistas 5 - 19 JulyContemporary painter Greer Clayton extracts the essence of New Zealand’s natural environment through large-scale immersive landscapes.Drawing on retrospection and evocation, and conceptualised through the act of painting, Clayton’s atmospheric compositions present an abstracted impression of her chosen scene rather than...

Denizen's much anticipated Hospo Heroes results have been released with Parnell establishments featuring in no fewer than five different categories. Hospo Heroes is where the public have the opportunity to vote to show support to their favourite establishments and is a celebration of those who serve...

Transplant 21 June - 10 July Pamela Wolfe was born in England in 1950 and her family immigrated to New Zealand in 1953. She studied at Elam School of Fine Arts, Auckland University from 1968 to 1971, graduating with a Diploma of Fine Arts. Wolfe has been...