ARTIST

   


ABOUT

ORIGINALS

CURRENT PROJECTS

LIMITED EDITIONS

EXHIBITIONS

GALLERIES

INTRO HOME ARTIST MUSIC OTHER


A SELECTION OF
EXHIBITIONS



November 2008
ALEXIS' NEW GALLERY LAUNCH

A large gathering turns up for the Alexis Fine Art Gallery launch of its new premises in Sydenham, Christchurch N.Z.


Guests at the opening ceremony

Guests pose next to Nathanael's painting of Lake Clearwater, Canterbury

Nathanael with friends

Musicians Janice Gray & Tom Rainey perform




13 December 2007
'MONARCHS OF FIORDLAND'

Featuring the second 10-foot painting in Nathanael's "Mighty Peaks of Aotearoa" series, entitled "Tutoko & Madeline - the Monarchs of Fiordland", this exhibition was held at Alexis International Gallery, Christchurch NZ. A reasonable-sized gathering of art enthusiasts and collectors came to view the new work alongside a selection of other smaller Provis paintings. Former Canterbury Art Gallery senior curator Neil Roberts also honoured guests with a talk on the subject of 'Art Illusionism'.





The "Mighty Peaks of Aotearoa" series no. 2 finally hangs on the wall at Alexis International Gallery


A detail of the lower right hand corner

It was a special honour to have Senior Curator
Mr. Neil Roberts present


Neil Roberts speaks

A detail taken from another painting exhibited -
"In the Mountains"


Nathanael and his Uncle Desmond




5 June 2005
'SOUTHERLY SOJOURNS'
An Exhibition of Paintings by Keith Morant & Nathanael Provis

Similar to a previous joint exhibition by these two artists, this event was held at Alexis International in Christchurch, and was both a successful and enjoyable occasion.

Nathanael felt extremely honoured when a very well-known landscape artist attended the exhibition Canterbury artists Nathanael Provis, Austen Deans, Paul Deans, and Ivan Vostinar
Noela Blackburn admires the skills of Viola maestro Anatoly Zelinsky, who performed at the exhibition

Artist Keith Morant (right) shakes hands with violist Anatoly Zelinsky, in front of a Morant original entitled "Zelinsky"

Nathanael Provis with friends Tracy and Sue Gaskell, Rose Clarkson, and Jean Stevenson









2001 - Nathanael Provis poses out the back of Image Photography in Sydenham after a photo shoot, with his very first commercial painting entitled "Mount Cook from the Hooker Hut", which was exhibited at Fishers Fine Arts in Christchurch during 2001 - 2002.



NEXT >

INTRO HOME ARTIST MUSIC OTHER