Get acquainted with the fascinating story of Golden Bay in the Museum and you’ll be surprised at the extensive range of local art and craft in the Gallery. Open daily 10am–4pm. Closed Sundays in winter only.
Realistic landscape paintings and prints of Golden Bay by artist Peter Geen. Unique, collectable fine art. Landscape paintings and reproduction giclee prints on canvas and watercolour paper.
Delight in the creativity of Golden Bay. This charming building in Takaka’s main street houses a collection of fine work by artists, jewellers, weavers, potters and sculptors from this uniquely creative part of New Zealand.
Fine jewellery by: Peter Meares Silversmith. Geoff Williams Jade Carver. Grant Muir Jeweller.
Bowls, wooden jewellery, spoons and mirrors. Carved from superb local native timbers – these are our “Jewels of the Forest”. Also quality photography and other artworks – all inspired by here, now and that thing we call life. We also have a cafe serving coffee, tea, light refreshments and baking. Located just past Wainui Bay 2km along the road to Totaranui Beach. Phone: 021 1467846.
Hand made glass bead studio and old fashioned wooden toys. Commercial Street, Takaka. Lesley’s work is influenced by nature and the people she designs it for, and each piece is always designed with the wearer in mind. All aspects of this relationship are explored, from the practical aspects of comfort and usability to fashion and even colour therapy. Her work is all of the highest quality – all the glass beads are kiln annealed and extremely strong, and components are chosen carefully to ensure a lifetime (or many lifetimes) of joy.
An extensive range of art work in ceramic and glass, as well as acrylic and watercolour paintings. created by Rose Little and Bruce Hamlin. Nature is their inspiration: the hills, mountains and tidal estuaries of Golden Bay and Nelson; flora and fauna, the sea and the human form provide design motifs for this creative couple.
New self-contained studio nestled amongst native bush with stunning sea views and private deck. Hans Bauer ANATHOTH POTTERY gallery on site.
30 Commercial street