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Miranda Farm Gallery & Stray Dog Cafe

Miranda Farm has an organic orchard, farm shop and cafe, and a great collection of New Zealand artists' works in the the first off-the-grid art and sculpture gallery in New Zealand.

About

This rural art gallery located in Miranda Pūkorokoro, on the Firth of Thames, one hour south of Auckland, is part of the Miranda Farm complex of organic orchards, a farm shop and cafe, and is the first off the grid art gallery in New Zealand.

Artists include: Michael Smither, Fatu Feu’u, Erçan Cairns, Dagmar Dyck, Warren Viscoe, Clovis Viscoe, Neil Miller, Samantha Lissette, Christine Hellyar, Suzy Dunser, Jim Wheeler.

The owner, Annie Wilson is an avid collector and delights in standing summer exhibitions.

"I am particularly interested in abstract work, love bronze and metal of all kinds, love the fact that most of our artists are representing the New Zealand landscape in one form or another.

I believe art should be accessible for all, and hope I have provided an unpretentious environment to facilitate that!"

 

 

 

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Physical Address

1107 Miranda Rd
Thames 2473
New Zealand

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