Monthly Archives: March 2013
The additions to LARQ [Landscape Art Research Queenstown] – Raymond Arnold’s home, studio and gallery are taking shape over in Queenstown.
LARQ was established by Raymond and his partner Helena in 2006 and since then it has invigorated the West Coast with their endless energy and ideas; regular Tasmanian, national and international artists taking up residencies; and workshops for both experienced artists and novices – all inspired by the awesome presence of the surrounding natural and altered landscape.
The additions will be partially clad in King Billy Pine staves that were salvaged when the large water supply pipe for the Lake Margaret power station was dismantled.
Also – don’t miss some of Raymond’s exquisite pieces on display as part of the re-opening of TMAG this week!