TradeMe Charity Auction – runs September 21-28, 2022
Following our incredible exhibition of world class wildlife photography at the Pūmanawa Gallery (Arts Centre, Ōtautahi Christchurch) we are delighted to announce that we are holding a charity auction for all of the images.
Photographers raising money for environmental causes include former NZ Geographic Photographer of the Year Alden Williams and award-winning photographers Larryn Rae, Toby Dickson, Jase Blair and Crystal Brindle.
The images pay homage to our wildlife and include award-winning photographs of the most incredible native wildlife and our interaction with it. This is a unique opportunity to own some of Aotearoa’s finest photographs for your home or work space.
All items are now bidable at TradeMe (see links below). Search “Terra Nova Charity” on TradeMe to view the collection.
There is a ‘Meet the Photographs’ session with Crystal Brindle, Ben Yock, Anneke Stewart and Duane Schroeder who will be at the gallery this Saturday 24th September from 2pm to 4pm. They will talk about their craft and how artists can take environmental action.
(All paintings to be auctioned will be exhibited at Pūmanawa Gallery. The exhibition closes on September 24.)
Links to TradeMe auction items below:
Jase Blair – Mt Adams, Te Tai Poutini/West Coast
Larryn Rae – Motukiekie Beach, Te Tai Poutini/West Coast
Kurien Yohannan – Ruru/Moreport
Crystal Brindle – Kaherekoau Mountains, Piopiotahi/Fjordland
Ben Yock – Aihe/Common Dolphins, Te Puaitaha/Breaksea Sound
Toby Dickson – Sperm Whale & Dolphins, Kaikoura
Scott Mouat – Nichol’s Creek, Ōtepoti/Dunedin
Alden Williams – Hāngi, The Red Zone, Ōtautahi Christchurch
Jase Blair – Ivory Sea, Te Tai Poutini/West Coast
Richie Toa Mills – Te Mangoroa/The Milky Way
Scott Mouat – Hoiho/Yellow-eyed Penguin
Anneke Stewart – Golden Bay
Anneke Stewart – Dark Ruatahi Portal
Andy Jackson – Waiwhakaiho River Estuary, Taranaki
Duane Schroeder – Rakaia River, Waitaha/Canterbury
Te Ao Earth Week is the premier event of the Terra Nova Foundation, a charity established to drive environmental change and to help individuals, businesses and the community engage in effective action. Launched in 2021, the terranova.foundation website is a new and growing resource for anyone wanting to take their first steps in meaningful action. Rose Challies, CEO, wants people to take full advantage of their own individual contributions. “We want people to think about what they can do to take effective action – everyone is unique, with different traits, skills, connections and resources that can make a big difference. A lot of people just don’t know where to start and we’re here to help them.”
The event is supported by Adgraphics, Nutrient Rescue, Kiwiflora Nurseries, Christchurch Foundation, Scratch, Art Boss and Sherwood-Work
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