Lane was born in Kati-Kati, New
Zealand, in 1949. He lives in Wellington and has two sons.
His paintings are represented in a number of public and private
collections in New Zealand, the USA and Europe. He has had
one-man exhibitions in New York, Barcelona, London and Gstaad,
as well as in New Zealand and Australia. Tony Lane has been
designing rugs since the early nineties and has a keen interest
in fabric design.
was born in Pahiatua, New Zealand in 1951.A graduate of the
University of Canterbury School of Fine Arts, she has participated
in numerous solo and group exhibitions in New Zealand and
Europe. She was the recipient of the Francis Hodgkins Fellowship
in Dunedin in 1988. In 1990, she was awarded the Moet and
Chandon Fellowship to work in France.For many years a resident
in France, she recently returned to New Zealand . Julia Morison's
paintings have utilised and referred to various alchemic philosophies
and systems. The finesse of her rug designs also derives from
Chilcot was born in Auckland in 1950. He studied graphic
art at the Auckland Technical Institute in 1967 and then at
the School of Fine Arts, Auckland University, from 1968-1970.
He has also shown his paintings frequently in New Zealand
and Australia and has been represented in exhibitions in Italy
and Spain. Chilcot has collaborated with many craftspeople
to design and paint furniture and ceramics, as well as having
considerable experience in designing rugs. A significant collaboration
with the potter Errol Barnes was shown in a project at the
Auckland City Art Gallery called "Setting a Table". His work
is represented in public and private collections in NZ., Australia
and Europe. He lives in Wellington, NZ.