This lively exhibition offers the chance to think about how artists work and create, to consider differences and similarities, and to be inspired by a variety of unexpected creative thinking processes. Glowing, vivid paintings – mainly abstract – join surprising sculpture, video and photography. Featuring the work of well-known artists like Rosalie Gascoigne, Michael Smither and Colin McCahon, it also presents new work by artists Ani O’Neill and (perhaps heralding the start of a weaving revival) Annie Mackenzie. Bursting with energy and pleasure, Yellow Moon is an exhibition for visitors of all ages.
Text extracted from Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū website.