Howick and Pakuranga Times article – Art a reflection of self says Minson

Thank you Howick & Pakuranga Times for the coverage of my current Sacred Mirrors Art Exhibition on pg 11 of the paper and also online, have a read below.

It was such an incredible opening night on Tuesday and the works remain up at Parnell Gallery until 27th June 2017.

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Maori oil portrait and New Zealand landscape painting three years in the making

There are some pieces in an artist’s life that have particular gravitas, that are particularly challenging to give birth to, and when they are finally complete, you feel the need to celebrate and share that journey of patience, blood, sweat, and tears as well as inspiration with the world.

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Interview with artist Sofia Minson

Hey guys!  Recently James Diaz from Anti-Heroin Chic interviewed me about my art, life and creative process and I thought I’d share the conversation with you here…

 

JAMES DIAZ FROM ANTI-HEROIN CHIC INTERVIEWS ARTIST SOFIA MINSON

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Artist Sofia Minson with two of her native New Zealand bird paintings

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Radio New Zealand Interview on our upcoming Ponsonby exhibition

Great to listen to this Radio New Zealand National interview with Opotiki district councillor Lyn Riesterer, district planning manager Barbara Dempsey, artist and exhibition organiser Te Mete and Studio One Toi Tu manager Echo Janman.

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Opotiki District Council Planning Manager Barbara Dempsey, artist Te Mete and councillor Lyn Riesterer. Photo: RNZ / Jo O’Brien

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Our Nelson Billboard Project featured in The New Zealand Artist Magazine

billboard-project-new-zealand-artist-magazine-nelson-arts-festival-2015-sofia-minson-new-zealand-artworkWow fantastic to see this generous four-page spread in the Jan/Feb 2016 New Zealand Artist Magazine on our billboard project that we did in September last year for the Nelson Arts Festival – very good memories.

Five of us artists each painted huge 1.2 x 2.4 metre artworks on the windy, gorgeous banks of the Maitai River in Nelson.

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