Adore
Murals
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Adrian Jackman
Murals; Painted Utility Boxes
A contemporary artist and co-owner of Paper Crane Design Ltd, Adrian Jackman has been instrumental in creating a number of large scale murals around Auckland to deter anti-social tagging. 10 locations Read More

Aleko Kyriakos
Sculptures
1 location Read More

Alex McLeod
Murals; Painted Utility Boxes
From Hamilton Alex McLeod is an artist whose first passion is large scale artworks. He has created a number of outdoor murals around Hamilton on various toilet blocks, playgrounds, bridges and even a water reservoir. 9 locations Read More

Andrew de Boer
Sculptures
1 location Read More

Andrew J Steel
Murals
6 locations Read More

Arekatera (Katz) Maihi
Pouwhenua
5 locations Read More

Askew One
Murals
Askew One (Elliot O'Donnell) is a self taught artist, author and organiser of Auckland's first graffiti festival. 13 locations Read More

Barbara Ward
Sculptures
1 location Read More

Barry Lett
Sculptures
1 location Read More

Beck Wheeler
Murals
2 locations Read More

Benjamin Work
Murals; Painted Utility Boxes
Working mostly in the traditional Tongan colours of red and black Benjamin's murals in the back streets of Auckland are highly distinctive and easily recognisable by their style. 6 locations Read More

Berst
Murals
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Bill Hayes
Sculptures
1 location Read More

Bing Dawe
Sculptures
Bing Dawe's work is heavily influenced by a concern for New Zealand biodiversity, local eco systems and the impacts and interactions that humans have with the natural environment. 1 location Read More

BMD
Murals
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Boydie Te Nahu
Pouwhenua
2 locations Read More

Brett Graham
Sculptures
Dr Brett Graham is widely regarded as one of New Zealand's most accomplished sculptors with his work reflecting a grounding in Maori concepts but influenced by both Maori and European historical traditions. 3 locations Read More

Bruce Greig
Painted Utility Boxes
4 locations Read More

Bruce Harper
Sculptures
3 locations Read More

C Bolton
Painted Utility Boxes
5 locations Read More

Campbell Leavis Ewing
Sculptures
1 location Read More

Carin Wilson
Pouwhenua
1 location Read More

Caroline Robinson
Sculptures
6 locations Read More

Caroline Rothwell
Sculptures
1 location Read More

Charles and Janine Williams
Murals
Charles and Janine's dedication to urban Maori heritage and a connection to the environment is evident in their art style, a combined effort to present to the viewer stories of the land with the beauty of our endemic birds and native flowers 23 locations Read More

Charlotte Fisher
Sculptures
As a sculptor Charlotte Fisher makes use of natural materials with naturally occurring colours and tones often using recycled wood or jetsam gathered from the coastline 6 locations Read More

Charlotte Hawley
Murals
3 locations Read More

Chiara Corbelletto
Sculptures
3 locations Read More

Chris Booth
Sculptures
Chris Booth is known for his large scale land art where he uses natural materials of stone and wood, supported by steel, to form sculptural works that co-exist with the surrounding environment. 2 locations Read More

Christine Hellyar
Sculptures
3 locations Read More

Cinzah Merkens
Murals
7 locations Read More

Claire Erica
Murals; Painted Utility Boxes
21 locations Read More

Claudia Pond-Eyley
Murals
The Women's Suffrage Centennial Project by Claudia Pond-Eyley is a recognised landmark of the CBD connecting Lorne St to the Auckland Art Gallery and the wider Learning Quarter. 4 locations Read More

Cliff Uepa
Murals; Painted Utility Boxes
7 locations Read More

Colin Webster-Watson
Sculptures
1 location Read More

Colleen Ryan-Priest
Sculptures
Colleen is an artist and landscape architect who uses glass as her preferred medium and is a proponent of the ancient technique of the lost wax method of glass casting. 2 location Read More

Component
Murals
6 locations Read More

Cut Collective
Murals
4 locations Read More

Dan Mills
Murals; Painted Utility Boxes
A freelance painter since 1999 Daniel Mills has exhibited his work throughout the country and has created a number of outdoor murals from Waipu Cove to Dunedin. 17 locations Read More

Daniel Tippett
Murals
6 locations Read More

Denis O'Connor
Sculptures
2 locations Read More

Dianne Ruth Rimmer
Painted Utility Boxes
3 locations Read More

Dion Hitchens
Sculptures
A Chinese Maori artist, graduate of the Elam School of Fine Arts, Dion Hitchens is well known for his culturally influenced artworks. 5 locations Read More

Doug Ford
Murals; Painted Utility Boxes
31 locations Read More

Edith Diggle
Painted Utility Boxes
A landscape artist from Titirangi and illustrator of the children's book Tiberius the Titirangi Mouse has more adventures. 2 locations Read More

Elliot Francis Stewart
Murals; Painted Utility Boxes
16 locations Read More

Eric Orr
Sculptures
1 location Read More

Erika Pearce
Murals
4 locations Read More

Erin Forsyth
Murals
An Auckland artist, illustrator, curator and studio owner Erin Forsyth has, over her career, produced a large body of work from monochromatic and colour paintings through album covers, fashion clothing and large scale murals. 4 locations Read More

Fatu Feu`u
Sculptures
5 locations Read More

Filipe Tohi
Sculptures
2 locations Read More

Flox
Murals; Painted Utility Boxes
12 locations Read More

Francis Upritchard
Sculptures
From New Plymouth Francis Upritchard initially studied painting then turned to sculpture while attending the University of Canterbury's Ilam School of Fine Art. 1 location Read More

Fred Graham
Sculptures
Both art teacher and sculptor Fred Graham is a world-renowned carver born in the South Waikato town of Arapuni. 8 locations Read More

Fred Loopstra
Sculptures
1 location Read More

Gary Silipa
Murals
Founder of the Bradley Lane project and director of The Good, The Bad community art gallery in Glen Innes, Gary Silipa is a multi-talented curator, project facilitator and artist. 7 locations Read More

GASP
Murals
12 locations Read More

Greer Twiss
Sculptures
2 locations Read More

Gregor Kregar
Sculptures
3 locations Read More

Guy Ngan
Sculptures
Guy Ngan (1926 – 2017) worked across the full range of mediums from sculpture to painting, drawing to architecture. He was the director of the New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts from 1970 to 1990. 3 locations Read More

Heathermeg Sampson
Painted Utility Boxes
4 locations Read More

Jacob Chrisohoou
Murals; Painted Utility Boxes
4 locations Read More

James Wright
Sculptures
James Wright is an award winning sculptor living in Clevedon, a semi-rural community in Southeast Auckland where he runs Art Industry with his wife Cheryl. 6 locations Read More

Jamie Pickernell
Sculptures
4 locations Read More

Jeff Thomson
Sculptures
Best known for his corrugated iron Kiwiana sculptures Jeff Thomson has become an icon of the Kiwi art scene. 6 locations Read More

Jeremy Shirley
Murals; Painted Utility Boxes
An artist with over 20 years painting mural Jeremy Shirley has transformed the streets of Hamilton with his colourful and unique style of art. 39 locations Read More

John Edgar
Sculptures
A recipient of the New Zealand Order of Merit for his services to art John Edgar is a highly respected sculptor who has extensively studied ancient and modern store carving techniques. 4 locations Read More

John Radford
Sculptures
6 locations Read More

Johnny Mulvay
Murals
5 locations Read More

Jonny4Higher
Murals; Painted Utility Boxes
17 locations Read More

Kakano Youth Arts Collective
Murals
Kakano Youth Arts Collective is made up of a group of highly talented West Auckland young artists aged 13 – 21yrs. 16 locations Read More

Karen Kennedy
Sculptures
2 locations Read More

Kell Sunshine
Murals
4 locations Read More

Llew Summers
Sculptures
Born in Christchurch Llew Summers has throughout his career as a sculptor delighted in celebrating the human form. 2 locations Read More

Louis Statham
Murals; Painted Utility Boxes
41 locations Read More

Louise Purvis
Sculptures
Working mainly with the mediums of stone and metal Louise has created a number of sculptures purchased for public display including Promise Boast and Homage to Crown Lynn. 4 locations Read More

Mark Whyte
Painted Utility Boxes
2 locations Read More

Mica Still
Murals
7 locations Read More

Michael Parekowhai
Sculptures
4 locations Read More

Misery
Sculptures; Murals
4 locations Read More

Molly Macalister
Sculptures
2 locations Read More

Monique Endt
Painted Utility Boxes
Many streets of West Auckland have been uplifted by Monique's beautiful artwork on the faces of what would otherwise be dull green electrical transformers. 13 locations Read More

Monique Rush
Painted Utility Boxes
2 locations Read More

Neil Dawson
Sculptures
A full time sculptor since the 1980's, Neil Dawson has designed and installed large scale outdoor artworks around the world. 4 locations Read More

Neil Miller
Sculptures
5 locations Read More

Numa MacKenzie
Murals; Painted Utility Boxes
6 locations Read More

Owen Dippie
Murals
11 locations Read More

Paul Bradley
Murals
6 locations Read More

Paul Dibble
Murals
Born and raised on a farm in Waitakaruru Dibble was appointed as a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to the arts in the 2005 New Year Honours. 5 locations Read More

Paul Walsh
Murals; Painted Utility Boxes
A self taught artist Paul's work is largely inspired by internet memes and more often than not depicts animals in a colourful or humorous fashion. 51 locations Read More

Peter Lange
Sculptures
7 locations Read More

Peter Nicholls
Sculptures
Whanganui born Peter Nicholls always considered travel and contact with other cultures to be a key to his learnings and creation of his art. 3 locations Read More

Rachel Walters
Sculptures
3 locations Read More

Regan Gentry
Sculptures; Murals
Regan spent his childhood years living in Hawkes Bay but after leaving school he chose to study at the University of Otago completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2000. 2 locations Read More

Reuban Paterson
Sculptures; Murals
Reuben is considered a dynamic young artist best known for his work with glitter and diamond dust with which he has been creating artworks for over 15 years. 2 locations Read More

Dr. Richard Shortland Cooper
Sculpture; Pouwhenua
A sculptor and author Richard Shortland Cooper is known for merging the techniques of traditional carving with contemporary sculpture. 6 locations Read More

Richard Wedekind
Sculptures
A painter and sculptor based on Waiheke Island Richard Wedekind creates his sculptures using the mediums of timber, mild and corten steel. 2 locations Read More

Samantha Lissette
Sculptures
2 locations Read More

Sarah Crystal
Painted Utility Boxes
7 locations Read More

Sara Hughes
Sculptures; Murals
3 locations Read More

Sean Duffell
Murals
Wellington based Sean Duffell is a prolific street artist, creator of abstract murals often based on native flora and fauna. 7 locations Read More

Sean Kerrigan
Painted Utility Boxes
1 location Read More

Sean McCarthy
Painted Utility Boxes
8 locations Read More

Seung Yul Oh
Sculptures
5 locations Read More

Steve Woodward
Sculptures
9 locations Read More

Sunnah Thompson
Pouwhenua
10 locations Read More

Taker
Murals
4 locations Read More

Terry Stringer
Sculptures
Sculptor and owner of Zealandia Sulpture Garden in Mahurangi, Terry Stringer was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit in 2013. 3 locations Read More

TnT Murals
Painted Utility Boxes
10 locations Read More

Virginia King
Sculptures
5 locations Read More

Warren Pohatu
Painted Utility Boxes
Warren Pohatu (1962 – 2014) was a graphic designer from Glen Eden, author and illustrator of four books on subjects based around Maori myths and legends. 1 location Read More

Warren Viscoe
Sculptures
3 locations Read More

Whare Thompson
Sculptures; Pouwhenua
Whare Joseph Thompson is a master carver of Ngatii Whatua and Ngapuhi descent living and working in Aucklands western suburbs. 6 locations Read More