The Adventures of Robin Hood. 6.00pm Thursday 26th February 2015
'VISIONS' art exhibition. 6.00pm - 8:30pm Friday 5th December 2014
WORLDS COLLIDE ART EXHIBITION 1st NOVEMBER 2013
Ranfurly Care Society is proud to present Worlds Collide Art Exhibition and invite you to join with us and celebrate.
On Friday November 1st 2013 let your world collide with our amazing artists through the mediums of paint, printmaking, sculpture, drawing, photography, mosaics, photography and much more. Worlds Collide is an opportunity for artists with disabilities to share their world with others through a celebration of art. You will be able to meet many of the artists at the opening night between 6 and 8pm. The show is also open on Saturday from 10-2pm.
Ranfurly artists will take you on a journey through many different worlds they have explored in their creative practice over the last 12 months. Let yourself be swept into the East with prints of palaces, find yourself lost in a flock of colorful flamingo sculptures; be intrigued by the creative map making; imagine a world where humans have antlers; explore a new world of planets unseen; meet wild beasts on an African Safari; and get up close and personal to volcanoes.
Journey with our artists as they encounter the works of famous artists including Matisse and Monet and respond through their creative practice producing their own water lily gardens and paper collage art works.
The mosaic artists will be displaying their tiles and mosaic sculptures including masks and menorah.
Our photographers will present their best works from the past 12 months covering a variety of themes including: portraiture; the natural world; stillness and movement.
We would love for you to join us at the opening night to share a glass of wine and some nibbles while you meet and mingle with some of our amazing artists at one of the biggest creative events of the Ranfurly year.
Linda Nelson (Manager)
Melissa Durbin (Art Teacher)
Ranfurly Care Society, 52-56 Ranfurly Road, Epsom, Auckland. Phone: 09 630 3010. Email: