Exhibitions

Lake House Arts presents a vibrant and engaging exhibition program profiling artists and groups that are both nationally and locally recognized as well as community based and local artistic talents. Our exhibition program strives to represent a wide range of visual art mediums, including historical and multi-cultural themes with links to a selection of regional and local, arts and cultural events. The exhibition program is accompanied by a range of public programes including artist’s talks, exhibition tours and art workshops for adults and children. 

Lake House Arts has several exhibition spaces: The Becroft Gallery, The Cafe Gallery, The Tindall Room, the Art Capsule, Pop up Studio, the upstairs Harcourts Heritage Homes and buildings exhibition hallway. We also collaborate with a network with external organizations and businesses to provide a a wider exhibition opportunity to our members and artists, these include Spenser on Byron and the Pump House Theater. 


Passionate About Pastels

Sunday 11 August 2019 - Saturday 31 August 2019 - 15:30

An Exhibition of pastel paintings, by Auckland pastel artists. 
Exhibition Opening: Sunday 11th August,  4pm - All Welcome. 

In the past 20 years, there has been a renaissance in pastel, as it can be used as both a drawing and painting medium. Pastels are created using almost pure pigment, and when an artist picks up a stick of pastel, they’re holding light and colour in their fingertips. Pastels have an unlimited colour palette of rich vibrant colours, with few constraints as to application and expression. Over thirty Auckland pastel artists have come together for this exhibition, to showcase their pastel paintings and the pastel medium.  This exhibition of over eighty pastel paintings, will include pastel paintings by award winning artists David Barker, Michael and Julie Freeman, Merle Bishop and Julia Henderson, in the Becroft Gallery at The Lake House Arts Centre in Takapuna, showing from 11th - 31st August 2019. 


From The Peninsula 2019

Tuesday 3 September 2019 - Saturday 21 September 2019 , 09:00 - 15:00

"From The Peninsula 2019" a showcase of artworks from 10 schools from the Devonport Peninsula (year 1 to year 13). The participating schools are: 
Takapuna Grammar • Belmont Intermediate • Devonport Primary • Belmont Primary • Vauxhall Primary • Hauraki School • Wilson School • Bayswater School • Stanley Bay School • St Leo's Catholic School. 

Seven of the schools participating in this show belong to the Devonport Kāhui Ako or Community of Learning. A  Kāhui Ako is a group of schools which work together to help students achieve their full potential. It sets shared goals or achievement challenges based on the particular needs of its children and young people. 
 
This exhibition endeavours to create a visual focus and identity for the Devonport Kāhui Ako and give its ākonga the experience of displaying their artwork in a public space. For many of our young participants, this will their first taste of being part of a public art show. 
 
The exhibition will be curated by Linda Sew Hoy a teacher at Takapuna Grammar Visual Arts Department and will feature a range of different types of media and art disciplines. 
 
"From The Peninsula 2019" will run from the 3rd September until the 21st September.

Lake House Arts Centre

37 Fred Thomas Drive,
Takapuna, Auckland 0622

Phone: 09 486 4877

Email: info@lakehousearts.org.nz

Opening hours

Office/Reception/Shop Hours
Monday - Friday 9:30am - 3:30pm
Not open on weekends.

Gallery Hours
Monday - Friday 9:30am - 3:30pm,
Saturday & Sunday 10:30am - 2pm

Cafe Hours
Tuesday - Friday Open from 8am - 4pm
Saturday - Monday Open from 8:30am - 3pm
Mondays are coffee and counter food only.

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