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CS News issue 19 - January 2005

Christian art is not determined by either style or content, but by the convictions, beliefs and life of the artist. To explore this further, this edition looks at some styles that seek to express the link between the natural and supernatural, the human and the divine.
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A Vermeer in our Sumner midst
Kees Bruin is a super-realist ambassador of Canterbury art. He talks about his upcoming retrospective and the imagery in his work
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Helm Ruifrok
A deeply reflective, almost mystical interest in the metaphysical and temporal world permeates his art
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Stephen Mulqueen
Interested in tensions and contradictions, Mulqueen explains his artistic response to the horror of trench warfare
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Deborah McCormick
Director of the SCAPE Art & Industry Biennial
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Binney - 40 years on
Don Binney at Te Manawa, Palmerston North

Foreshore etc.
Jessica Crothall at the Left Bank Art Gallery, Greymouth

Chrysalis Seed group exhibition at the Peter Rae Gallery, Dunedin

New Works
Glenys Brookbanks at the 64zero3 Gallery, Christchurch

Word About
Janet Joyce at the Creation Gallery, Christchurch

Times and Seasons
Anne Fountain at the Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch

World of Wearable Art
Trafalgar Centre, Nelson

Tristan & Isolde
Southern Ballet, touring performance


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