Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Art Critic and Artist: John Hurrell

John Hurrell is a New Zealand art writer, artist and curator who lives in Auckland. Trained in painting at the University of Canterbury in the early seventies, he also gained a BA in religious studies. His paintings are in most national collections and his work toured nationally in 'The Grid: Lattice and Network' (patterned geometric paintings), 'Putting the Land on the Map' (paintings on maps), 'The Word' (alphabet soup and varnish paintings) and in Australia, 'Heart + Land' and 'Headlands'.

After he spent the beginning of the millennium in France he worked as Curator of Art at the Waikato Museum of Art and History Te Whare Taonga o Waikato. Between 2005-7 he was a major contributor to the online forum, 'Artbash'. Besides eyeCONTACT he also writes from time to time for Art Monthly Australia or Art New Zealand.

Check him out on eyeCONTACT plus he contributes regulatory on ArtBash.

Brendan Roberts

Brendan Roberts is a writer of Christian works. To check him out view his website www.godfact.com

Brendan Roberts will use science, faith and reason, revelation and experience to show the relationship science has with religion. Be prepared to encounter such fascinating subjects as the Wonder of the Universe, Unlocking the Chemistry of Life, Evolution, DNA, Archaeology, Evil, Suffering, the Soul, Sacred Scripture, The First Cause, Truth, Miracles and much, much more. This book has the potential to open up a whole new world from the eyes of science, religion and the origin of life.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Animator: Matthew Ragen

Matthew Ragen is an animator and is interested in seeking freelance work in this area.

Here is some of his work. As you can see he has an interest in sci-fi. You can contact him through www.nzcreativeenterprises.com

Animator: Ashley Grimshaw

Ashley is a new animator and is keen to gain further experience in this area. Here is some of Ashley's work.

Should you wish to contact him, go to www.nzcreativeenterprises.com.