AMANDA HEWLETT
My work reflects my interest in Social History and the related themes of identity, migration and man’s interaction with the land. Historical images are an important part of my research as are journals and diaries. My techniques include the use of multiple fine translucent layers of paint, rubbing back or etching into the surface, and the addition of fine detail to help build the visual story. Having both studied Visual Arts and taught Art for a number of years to both children and adults, I am now working full time as an artist from my studio at home and for the past three years have been the Coordinator of the Taranaki Arts Trail. In 2014 I was made a Taranaki Honorary Ambassador to France in recognition of exhibiting there. ​​
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  1. Captive Land, 2016, $3500, Acrylic on canvas, 760x760mm
    Captive Land, 2016, $3500, Acrylic on canvas, 760x760mm
  2. Landing Place, 2016, $3000, Acrylic and imitation gold leaf on canvas, 400x400mm
    Landing Place, 2016, $3000, Acrylic and imitation gold leaf on canvas, 400x400mm
  3. Resting Place, 2016, $3500, Acrylic and imitation gold leaf on canvas, 760x760mm
    Resting Place, 2016, $3500, Acrylic and imitation gold leaf on canvas, 760x760mm
  4. Flagged, 2016, $3500, Acrylic on canvas,200x1300mm
    Flagged, 2016, $3500, Acrylic on canvas,200x1300mm
  5. Shards: tools in the Landscape, 2016,$3000, Acrylic on canvas, 450x450mm
    Shards: tools in the Landscape, 2016,$3000, Acrylic on canvas, 450x450mm
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