The Art Adventures team of tutors are carefully selected for their professionalism and teaching experience. They are all professional artists who live in the region and exhibit regularly. Not only are they well equipped to provide individual advice and assistance with your artistic learning, but take great pleasure in showing visitors the region's unique qualities such as the dramatic light and ever–changing landscape, its history and geographical features. A day's outing with any of our team is an enriching experience. Find out more about our talented tutors…
Owner and operator of Art Adventures, Alice holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Post Graduate Diploma and Masters in Fine Arts. She has been a full–time artist for over 30 years, exhibiting in New Zealand and overseas. She enjoys the opportunity to share her love of art and extensive knowledge of both New Zealand and international art.
Megan Huffadine is an artist and sculptor whose work reflects her background in archaeology. She has been teaching, drawing and painting for 20 years and is passionate about encouraging participants of all levels to work intuitively and develop personal forms of expression.
Megan’s tutoring includes both traditional approaches to drawing as ... more
Spike Wademan’s teaching style is friendly and fun. He believes that everyone can be taught to draw and paint. His workshops are highly enjoyable as well as productive – and you’ll certainly have a laugh along the way. Spike teaches acrylic and oil painting, and is a highly skilled master of both mediums.
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Gail is an artist of great energy and passion. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting, a Diploma of Fine Art and a Diploma of Teaching. She was Head of Department at Kavanagh College in Dunedin for 15 years and taught painting, printmaking and art history to Scholarship level. She has presented papers and workshops at national art education ... more