Michelle Bellamy & David Stones: A Personal Perspective

February 01, 2019

Michelle Bellamy & David Stones: A Personal Perspective

A joint exhibition of paintings by Michelle Bellamy & David Stones
Two Nelson painters giving us their interpretation of the South Island’s powerful mountains, ocean and forest. Michelle has a stunning collection of work available, ranging from sea to sky. As an accomplished artist in the photo realism style, Bellamy is well known locally and across New Zealand.  Her artworks not only show the beauty of our landscapes but they celebrate all the outdoor pursuits close to many Kiwi's hearts: tramping, staying in baches, fishing and getting out into the mountains. Starting with the Nelson Bays coastline, sunset over Wharariki beach and leading to the Nelson Lakes region, where she has meticulously painted a group of beautiful Tarns. The exhibition runs until the 9th of March 2019 at the Quiet Dog Gallery in Nelson, New Zealand.
Click here to view Michelle's works that will be in the exhibition.
Come and view the works from 5:30pm the 12th February at 33 Wakatu Lane
Nelson City, New Zealand 7010





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