Category Archives: Exhibitions
Three of Annemarie’s works were put up for auction to help raise money towards the rebuild of Cuba after Hurricane Irma in September 2017. More details may be found here.
Painting ‘Refugee’ was selected for this national exhibition. It was featured in the HBA 2017 Promotional video.
Student Figurative Drawing Showcase featured three of Annemarie’s life-drawing works.
This is an interchanging exhibition of Annemarie’s art, from early work to more recent paintings.
Group Exhibition ‘Out of the Blue’, Hewson Gallery, Mairangi Arts Centre, Auckland – 17 October – 3rd November 2012
Two of Annemarie’s paintings are on display at this Students and Members Showcase. Both ‘Calais I’ and ‘Side by Side’ are on display in the Hewson Gallery as part of this exhibition. All works are for sale.
Solo Exhibition ‘Body Parts’, Main Corridor Ground Floor, North Shore Hospital, Auckland – 18 June – 19 August 2012
This exciting solo exhibition will include a new collection of paintings inspired by a range of thoughts, sculptures and experiences. Central theme is the human form. Body Parts also includes a small selection of previous Perioperative paintings. Most art work … Continue reading
Public Exhibition MAC Students & Members Awards – MAC Gallery, Mairangi Bay, Auckland – 28th June to 8th July 2011
Annemarie displays her painting ‘Depression’ at the MAC Students & Members exhibition.
Solo Exhibition ‘Bodies of Work’, Main Corridor Level 1, North Shore Hospital, Auckland – 14th June –1st August 2010
This exciting solo exhibition will include a variety of Annemarie’s recent work. Central theme is the human form but some representational work that reflect Annemarie’s Dutch heritage is also included as well as a few new Perioperative paintings.
Annemarie will be exhibiting three of her most recent paintings at ‘Physique’, a MAC Exhibition that celebrates the human form.
Annemarie exhibits a selection of her work together with more than 30 invited artists and sculptors at a Tuscany estate in Coatesville near Auckland. This exhibition is also a fundraiser for the North Shore Hospital Foundation.