We also have work by artists from further afield in New Zealand and Australia. Featuring the artwork of local and international artists. Currently showing: Steve Harris, Philippa Bentley, Anna Reid, Douglas Badcock, Ping Wang, Mark Grey, among others.
We also have a collection of early New Zealand paintings for sale.
Simon is our specialist framer. He has expertise in all areas of the framing process.
We also stock a range of art books, cards, hand-made photo frames and a small collection of antiques including watches and objects dʼart.
Monday - Friday 10am - 4.00pm
Saturday & Sunday 10:30am - 3:00pm
Arrowtown Random Fact No.1
The discoverer of gold in the Arrow river was a shepherd named Jack Tewa or Maori Jack. He also won the Royal Humane medal for saving a man from drowning in Lake Wakatipu.
Arrowtown Random Fact No.2
The first Arrowtown School was in Buckingham Street and opened in 1863. It was on the site now occupied by the Oak development.
Arrowtown Random Fact No.3
Arrowtown is one of the fastest growing towns in New Zealand:
Arrowtown Random Fact No.4
They used to sell Morphine in the local drug store. That was back in the goldmining days of course!
Arrowtown Random Fact No.5
The Maori name for the river is Haihainui which means ‘Big Scratches’.
Arrowtown Random Fact No.6
Arrowtown had four churches representing the early immigrant populations. Catholic, Presbyterian, Anglican and Methodist. All still operate today except for the Methodist Church.