KAURI CLIFF ART GALLERY
KAURI SCULPTURE AT ITS FINEST
BY AWARD WINNING ARTIST TONY HOWSE
Tony has been sculpting New Zealand native timber for over 30 years. His appreciation for, and knowledge about the wood is reflected in his work, creating beautiful Kauri artworks that embrace New Zealand's natural environment and cultural history.
Conservation is at the heart of everything Tony does, and he uses salvaged Kauri wood collected all around the Coromandel Peninsula for his sculptures. Tony has also replanted many Kauri trees, and has been awarded the Pride of NZ Award for his conservation efforts.
Loved it! Many thanks to Tony for giving us a personalised tour around the gallery. Very informative. Tony is a very talented sculptor.
— Michelle Krynen, Gallery Visitor
Winter Weekend Exhibition - Showing until Sunday 5th September 2021
Browse our collection of decorative furniture and other design pieces, sculpted from salvaged Coromandel Kauri wood.
Not only do they look magnificent, but these pieces also have a practical use.
GALLERY OPENING HOURS
Winter hours: open Saturday & Sunday
9am - 5pm
Open all NZ public holidays
Excluding 25 & 26 December (closed)
Weekdays by Appointment
Guided Tours are available to groups, please contact us for more information.