TRAIL Central Otago
‘Sonate’ by Annemarie Hope-Cross
Visit Artists in their Galleries & Studios
The Central Otago Arts Trail offers a unique and interesting artistic experience for both visitors and locals alike. The art roads of Central Otago branch through silent tracks and hidden byways. The region attracts artists the way it draws visitors to its dramatic light and unique landforms. Here, you will find painters, sculptors, glass artists, ceramic artists, photographers, woodcarvers, jewellers and many more talented people. Follow the Central Otago Arts Trail, meet artists in their studios, browse our galleries and enjoy some of the best art on offer in Central Otago.
Info / Directory Roxburgh, Millers Flat 1. Art Rox Gallery 2. Endemic Gallery 3. Sheena Lassen 4. Faigans Cafe and Store 5. Marion Mewburn Alexandra, Earnscleugh, Clyde 6. Denis Litchfield 7. Central Stories Museum and Art Gallery 8. Marion Vialade 9. Eric Schusser 10. Annemarie Hope-Cross 11. Jim Robbie 12. Nigel Wilson 13. Helen Blair 14. Richard Parsons 15. Ross Cowie 16. Sisson Gallery 17. Eade Gallery 18. Melanie Eade 19. Kathi McLean 20. Olaf Meringhausen Naseby, Ranfurly, Waipiata 21. Jane Whitaker 22. Janyne Fletcher 23. Selah Gallery Cromwell, Old Cromwell Bannockburn, Tarras, Queensbury 24. Hugh Derham 25. Murray Sheppard 26. Joanne Deaker 27. Rachel Hirabayashi 28. Hullabaloo Art Space 29. OCTA 30. Gail de Jong 31. Marie Velenski 32. Les Riddell 33. Odelle Morshuis 34. Maurice Middleditch 35. Robert Franklin 36. Megan Huffadine 37. Alan Waters 38. Domaine Rewa 39. Marie & Ola Hรถglund 40. Archangel Wines
1. ART ROX GALLERY Over the years Winsome Blair has collected works by award winning Otago artists. These works are now exhibited and offered for sale in her home. OPEN FOR VISITORS By arrangement, please phone first.
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75 Scotland Street, Roxburgh M: 027 343 4379 E: email@example.com
4. FAIGANS CAFE AND STORE Set in the beautiful village of Millers Flat a destination along the Clutha Gold Cycle Trail. Faigans is that special place where you can relax and enjoy a wonderful selection of food and beverages and always feel welcome by the friendly staff. There is a small retail section where you may find that perfect gift and amazing artwork for sale by established local artists. This licensed Cafe can cater for your special event or function and is ideally located half way between Dunedin and Queenstown making it the perfect meeting venue.
2. ENDEMIC GALLERY
5. MARION MEWBURN
Rebecca Gilmore and Greg Slui. Step inside Endemic Gallery and take in a visual feast of colour with Rebecca’s beautiful realist paintings of New Zealand flora and fauna. Be wowed by Greg’s unique interpretation of the Central Otago landscape with photography that will leave you wanting more. Chat with Rebecca or Greg who are often working in the gallery.
I am a ceramic artist and work from my studio near Millers Flat. I am known for my whimsical, funky but very functional teapots, but do lots of other work too. My studio is full of ‘experiments’. I am not a shop as such, but I do welcome visitors. It is best to call first, to see if I am home. Directions: after crossing the Millers Flat bridge from the highway, turn right at Faigans Cafe, (direction Beaumont Station). Drive for exactly 5km, and I am on the left just after the Millennium track turn-off. The road turns to gravel half way, that means you are on the right track!!
OPEN FOR VISITORS Tues - Sat, 10am - 4pm. Sunday 11am - 3pm.
Old Post Office 108 Scotland Street, Roxburgh M: 027 419 2324 M: 027 723 9876 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.endemicgallery.co.nz
3. SHEENA LASSEN Born and educated in Christchurch Sheena Lassen lived in Palmerston North for ten years, then near Culverden in North Canterbury for twenty three - she moved to Roxburgh, Central Otago in 2014. Best known for representational landscape paintings in oils, with a particular passion for the rugged landscapes of the South Island high country. Sheena has been exhibiting work since 1981 and has held several solo shows and contributed to many group exhibitions throughout New Zealand.
OPEN FOR VISITORS 9am - 4pm daily. Evening functions as advertised or by arrangement.
1685 Teviot Road, Millers Flat P: 03 446 6801 • M: 021 206 4997 E: email@example.com Facebook: Faigans Cafe and Store
OPEN FOR VISITORS By arrangement, please phone first. 5 Beaumont Station Road, Millers Flat M: 027 482 1279 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.marionmewburn.com
6. DENIS LITCHFIELD
OPEN FOR VISITORS Open by arrangement, please phone first. 213 Scotland Street, Roxburgh P: 03 446 8721 M: 027 384 4052 E: email@example.com
Denis, a gem cutter has a very interesting studio where he will show you the stones he mined in Australia and then cuts in Central Otago. He specialises in sapphires which range in colour from light green to deep indigo blue and zircon’s which range from clear to red. A well-cut stone will dazzle with colour and life. Visit Denis to learn more about gems. OPEN FOR VISITORS Open when the sign is out or by arrangement.
DL’s Gem Gallery 22 Bringans Street, Alexandra P: 03 448 7337 M: 027 420 6696 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
7. CENTRAL STORIES MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY
10. ANNEMARIE HOPE CROSS
Central Stories is home to the region’s largest and most significant art gallery spaces; the largest natural and social history museum as well as a research library and The Good Art Shop. The building houses the main Central Otago i-Site and as a complex Central Stories tells stories of the region’s identity. It showcases what is special about ‘Central’ and its people - past, present and future.
Annemarie is a photographic artist who hand crafts images using the earliest methods of the photographic pioneers. Frequently working without a camera, Annemarie mixes chemicals by hand and coats the paper before creating each unique image outdoors. She also makes photographs with historic cameras and exhibits in various Galleries and Museums around New Zealand and in the UK.
Historic Processes Photography
OPEN FOR VISITORS 10am-4pm daily. Free Entry 21 Centennial Avenue, Alexandra P: 03 448 6230 E: email@example.com W: www.centralstories.com
11. JIM ROBBIE
8. MARION VIALADE I am a self taught artist, born in France and now living in Alexandra. A passion for drawing first led me to explore printmaking and illustrating techniques. As I delved further into these disciplines I started getting interested in colour and light and through painting (acrylic and gouache) I am able to experiment with both of these. My work is about places, people and objects that move me - but overall it is about human emotion, mine and others.
OPEN FOR VISITORS Between 9:30am and 3pm. Please contact me prior to visit.
OPEN FOR VISITORS You are welcome to visit my workplace. A phone call first would be appreciated.
My working life has involved the use of wood in one form or another. I have always been fascinated with its colours and grain patterns. My passion is to create art forms that involve classical shapes and the beauty of our indigenous timbers. OPEN FOR VISITORS You are welcome to visit my workplace - a phone call first is a good idea.
10 Success street, Alexandra M: 022 652 5036 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.instagram.com/marionvialade
9. ERIC SCHUSSER
12. NIGEL WILSON
‘Friend of the mountains and the snow’.
Nigel has been a professional artist for 20 years. He paints vibrant, expressive oil paintings in large format, of the Central Otago landscape. You can see an extensive range of his artwork at his home gallery - set in a lovely rural spot, it is well worth a visit. Nigel’s works are represented in many galleries throughout New Zealand.
Eric is an award winning photographic artist who specialises in hand-crafted fine art black and white photography. His extensive body of images encompasses landscape, fine art, book and social documentary work. Eric has had many solo and group exhibitions in Galleries and Museums around New Zealand. OPEN FOR VISITORS You are welcome to visit my workplace. A phone call first would be appreciated.
4 Larch Crescent, Alexandra P: 03 448 7365 M: 027 246 4887 E: email@example.com W: www.hopecrossphotography.com
4 Larch Crescent, Alexandra P: 03 448 7365 M: 021 120 4724 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.ericschusser.com
OPEN FOR VISITORS Open everyday but we suggest you phone first to avoid disappointment.
83 Manuherikia Road, Alexandra P: 03 448 6260 M: 027 236 9957 E: email@example.com
67 Ferris Road, RD 3, Alexandra P: 03 448 9161 M: 027 668 0489 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.nigelwilsonart.com
13. HELEN BLAIR I like to paint with a painting knife and some brush work creating textural impressionist style work. I see tapestries of colour in the dense mossy forests, wild flowered fields, mountains, grasses and dense thickets. There is so much beauty around us I just want to capture it all. My studio is in a barn. I love the Central Otago Landscape there is so much variety and change in the seasons here. OPEN FOR VISITORS Phone for an appointment.
16. SISSON GALLERY New Zealand Landscape and Fine Art Photography. The Sisson Gallery showcases Landscape and Fine Art images from Sarah and Todd Sisson’s combined portfolio. Limited editions of 25 per work. Worldwide Shipping. 133 Nelsen Ridge Road, RD 3, Springvale, Alexandra M: 021 0241 7894 E: email@example.com W: www.helenblairsart.co.nz
OPEN FOR VISITORS We are 6km along Waikerikeri Valley Road. Visits are welcome but please phone first to arrange a time.
627 Waikerikeri Valley Road, RD 1, Alexandra P: 03 449 2389 M: 027 449 2381 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
The gallery’s sole objective is to have a broad selection of regional art, encompassing all mediums. Eade Gallery represents over 30 artists which include painters, jewellers, wood carvers, ceramicists, photographers and sculptors. They also stock a range of posters, reproduction prints and cards. Solo exhibitions are held monthly from October through to June. OPEN FOR VISITORS From 10am, 7 days a week.
17A Holloway Street, Clyde P: 03 449 3306 M: 021 265 3358 E: email@example.com W: www.eadegallery.co.nz Facebook: Eadegallery
18. MELANIE EADE
15. ROSS COWIE STUDIO 5 A lifelong interest in art has been maintained during a busy business career. I specialise mainly in printmaking having been part of a strong school of printers that emerged from the Otago Art Society. This interest has not precluded me from working in other mediums, including acrylic, charcoal, pencil and ink and ceramic sculpture. The latter has presented me with the opportunity to expand my love of sculptural works and experiment with mixed media. Since moving to Clyde permanently, I have continued running small art classes.
Sisson Gallery 19 Holloway Street, Clyde P: 03 449 2998 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.sisson.co.nz
17. EADE GALLERY
14. RICHARD PARSONS Richard has been painting oil on canvas for the past 30 years. He has developed his own unique style which captures the dramatic landscape of Central Otago and the West Coast. Richard has always had a rich appreciation for the stunning landscape of New Zealand. He tries to capture the land with a timeless feel and the trappings of man, tastefully erased.
OPEN FOR VISITORS Monday - Sunday 10am - 5pm
OPEN FOR VISITORS By appointment or if signage is on the street.
Studio 5 5 The Stonestack, Clyde P: 03 449 2621 E: Ross-Annetta@xtra.co.nz
My background in fine art, graphic design and retail design is strongly reflected in my recent works. The use of form and line, such as buildings, bridges and the use of perspective is the direct influence of growing up with a father who was an architect. This illustrative style requires me to simplify my composition giving it a wonderfully bold, colourful and print like quality. OPEN FOR VISITORS From 10am, 7 days a week.
Eade Gallery 17A Holloway Street, Clyde P: 03 449 3306 M: 021 265 3358 E: email@example.com Facebook: m.eadeartist/ Eade Gallery
19. KATHI MCLEAN Kathi’s pottery studio is based at The Packing Shed Cafe and Gallery and her work is also exhibited at Eade Gallery in Clyde. She enjoys the medium of clay to express her creativity. Her work includes domestic ware, sculptural shapes, pit firing and raku. Kathi is also experienced in teaching all aspects of clay work and is available as a tutor. OPEN FOR VISITORS Kathi can usually be found in her studio but to avoid disappointment please phone first to make sure.
22. JANYNE FLETCHER
68 Boulton Road, RD 1, Alexandra P: 03 449 2757 M: 021 0252 8365 E: Kathimclean5@gmail.com
20. OLAF MERINGHAUSEN Olaf Meringhausen says his work is a journey through lines. He is inspired by his natural environment but is also influenced by experiences from his former life in Germany. He works in metal but integrates other materials to give colour and life. The welds, cuts and abrasions on the surface of the metal are as much a part of the sculpture as the innovative work he creates.
OPEN FOR VISITORS When the sign is out or by appointment.
OPEN FOR VISITORS Text me or give me a ring and I will be there.
OPEN FOR VISITORS Oct - April, 10.30am - 2.30pm Tuesday - Sunday. May - Sept, open by appointment.
Janyne Fletcher Photographer 7 Charlemont Street Ranfurly M: 021 989 424 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.janynefletcher.co.nz
23. SELAH GALLERY
Olaf Meringhausen Studio 435 Earnscleugh Rd, RD 1, Alexandra P: 03 449 3240 E: email@example.com W: www.olafmeringhausen.com
Selah is a professionally appointed gallery displaying accomplished works sourced from residents and friends of the En Hakkore Christian Community. The art and photography draw inspiration primarily from the picturesque Maniototo region of Central Otago. Visitors can purchase original works, prints and a range of locally produced crafts and wares. The venue is also historically intriguing. Parking. Easy access. Toilets. Internet transactions. Post & Packaging service. Framing service. OPEN FOR VISITORS Anytime - please call first.
Selah Gallery “En Hakkore” 207 Orangapai Sanatorium Rd, Ranfurly H: 03 444 9045 (Margaret) M: 021 120 9751 (Russell) M: 021 243 3447 (Joanne) E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.russellperryart.com/selahgallery
24. HUGH DERHAM
21. JANE WHITAKER I would describe my paintings as ‘impressionistic.’ My enduring fascination is with fleeting moments in time – such as a racing shadow over a mountain range. As well as landscapes, I am currently working on several portraits of Naseby residents, with the intention of capturing something of the personality, as well as the likeness, of the sitter. I work mainly in oils, water colour and pastel - but also use any other medium that I feel helps to capture the land or its people.
Award winning photographer Janyne Fletcher has branched out from a traditional photography business to the area of creative and landscape photography. She wants to do more than just document things but add life and layers to her photography. Janyne edits, prints and frames all of her own work at her workshop and gallery on the main street of Ranfurly which she operates with her partner Deane.
Naseby Art Studio 885 Ranfurly Back Road (Naseby end), Naseby. P: 03 444 9373 M: 021 156 1436 E: email@example.com W: www.nasebyartist.co.nz
Hugh is a photographer who has specialised in large format graphic displays for tourism projects. His gallery has two themes, New Zealand alpine landscapes and birds and African wildlife. Most of the New Zealand Landscapes are currently from Canterbury High Country. What is unique is that 41 images are printed onto glass. There is one large mural printed in vinyl 2.4m high and 4m wide, used as wallpaper. OPEN FOR VISITORS Monday - Saturday, 10am - 3pm or by prior arrangement.
Alpine Scene 8 Bell Avenue Cromwell M: 027 279 6956 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.alpinescene.co.nz
25. MURRAY SHEPPARD Murray’s father owned his own furniture design/ cabinet making business so from an early age Murray was fortunate to spend hours having fun in his father’s workshop. After leaving school Murray got involved in farming and the Stock and Station industry. Upon retirement in 2003 it seemed natural for him to return to his childhood interest - working with wood. Murray creates both functional works like bowls and platters as well as decorative, sculptural works of art. OPEN FOR VISITORS Murray welcomes visitors but please call first to make sure he is home.
hullabaloo 1 Maddison Lane (off Waenga Drive), Cromwell P: 03 445 4430 M: 027 317 8740 E: email@example.com
26. JOANNE DEAKER I believe in the power of images to uplift. They help us remember the good within us and within our world in spite of how the world might sometimes appear. I aim to create images that do this (and classes that teach it). View a selection of originals, archival prints and cards, online or phone to arrange an appointment to visit my home studio.
OPEN FOR VISITORS By appointment.
OPEN FOR VISITORS Open daily.
Simon King 29 Coleraine Street, Cromwell M: 027 248 6116 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.joannedeaker.co.nz
27. RACHEL HIRABAYASHI The surface of the canvas is where I try to intermesh an idea with a recognizable visual form. Layers of pigment and paint act as a filter for my feelings for a place. Most images are based on memory, something that has made an impression on me, either visually or emotionally. My works in metal are playful and they show my enjoyment of the metalworking process.
Andi Regan Ro Bradshaw Gail de Jong Kay Turner Nigel Wilson Rachel Hirabayashi Luke Anthony Sue Rutherford Megan Huffadine Annemarie Hope-Cross Eric Schusser Jillian Porteous Lorraine Higgins Lynne Wilson
16 Horace Street, Cromwell P: 03 445 3378 M: 021 0279 0159 E: email@example.com
Cromwell Heritage Precinct M: 027 600 7106 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.hullabalooart.co.nz Hullabaloo art space is a contemporary art gallery based in the beautiful Cromwell Heritage Precinct on the shores of Lake Dunstan. Established in 2007, Hullabaloo art space is an artist run initiative with an exhibiting artist on duty to welcome you and advise on artworks.The artists involved are all local to Central Otago and are exhibiting some of the best local art; sculpture, painting, photography, wood carving, ceramics, printmaking, multimedia and jewellery.The gallery is a spacious white walled space, which is rehung monthly keeping the visitor experience new and fresh. The main hang is complemented by the changing solo exhibitions in a designated ‘space’ within the gallery. Solo shows happen every 3 weeks and allow the artists to explore new work or build on current ideas and are always varied and interesting. OPEN FOR VISITORS Monday - Sunday, 10am - 4pm 10
32. LES RIDDELL
OCTA Gallery and Workshop showcases a world class collection of original works on paper by renowned national and international artists. Gail and Chris de Jong invite you to view or invest in some of their impressive collection, and are keen to share their extensive knowledge and experience as professional artists and educators. Happy to package works and organise national or worldwide postage.
The workshop of Les Riddell is a wonderland of handcrafted jewellery, art objects and curios. Aptly touting the name ‘Objects of Art’, everything found in the gallery has a one-off creative appeal. Whether it is created from gold, silver or platinum, bone, antler or stone, there is something for everyone. Custom-made work is only limited to your imagination and insured worldwide shipping helps you get it back home.
OPEN FOR VISITORS 7 days a week, 10am - 4pm or by appointment.
Heritage Precinct, Cromwell, 71 Melmore Terrace, Cromwell P: 03 445 1594 M: 027 231 7503 E: email@example.com
30. GAIL DE JONG Celebrated Central Otago Landscape painter Gail de Jong’s richly layered works convey a significant and contemporary interpretation of the area, especially Bannockburn and the Nevis. She uses her own unique techniques, in combination with traditional processes associated with the painting of oil on canvas. Otago born and bred, Gail has roamed inland valleys and deserted goldfields since childhood. This deep connection with the land resonates in her work, adding to the integrity of each original painting. See a collection of Gail’s paintings at Octa Gallery in the Cromwell Heritage Precinct. OPEN FOR VISITORS 7 days a week, 10am - 4pm or by appointment. Winter hours may vary.
OPEN FOR VISITORS Tuesday - Sunday, 10am - 4pm or by arrangement.
33. ODELLE MORSHUIS
STUDIO / GALLERY / CELLAR DOOR
Octa Gallery Heritage Precinct, Cromwell 71 Melmore Terrace P: 03 445 1594 M: 027 231 7502 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Odelle works from her studio attached to the family’s Cellar Door and Art Gallery. She has a Masters in Fine Art and her work is in a number of public and private collections throughout the world. Current work involves combining engraved glass with drawings and paintings, exploring concepts of time and change within a frame. Come and enjoy both award winning art and wine, set in an amazing landscape. OPEN FOR VISITORS Monday - Friday 9.30am - 4.30pm or by appointment.
31. MARIE VELENSKI
34. MAURICE MIDDLEDITCH
I have been experimenting with glass fusing since 1999 and am self taught. My work consists primarily of glass with inclusions; a fancy sandwich with secret ingredients in the middle. I am wholly sensitive to the world and strive to convey my dreams, my fears and my own life experiences in an honest and instinctive way in my work.
Maurice Middleditch is a landscape artist who works in oil and watercolour. His work can be seen in the Canterbury Museum and the Antarctic Visitors Centre at Christchurch Airport as well as in many galleries and exhibitions. Maurice has received several local and national awards. The Central Otago Countryside, with its dramatic light and distinctive land forms has always been an inspiration for Maurice.
OPEN FOR VISITORS 7 days, 10am - 4pm in Summer. Winter hours may vary.
Heritage Precinct Cromwell, 71 Melmore Terrace, Cromwell P: 03 445 3094 M: 027 200 1712 E: email@example.com W: www.objects-of-art.co.nz
Marie Velenski Jewellery Shop Heritage Precinct Cromwell, Melmore Terrace, Cromwell P: 03 445 4223 M: 021 0274 9464 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
OPEN FOR VISITORS Open by appointment.
Please follow the Ceres Wines signage: 128 Cairnmuir Road, Bannockburn P: 03 445 4467 • M: 027 445 0023 E: email@example.com W: www.odelle.com
Aurum Gallery Cromwell Please call for directions. P: 03 445 4024 M: 021 0821 7507 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
35. ROBERT FRANKLIN
38. DOMAINE REWA
I was a part-time studio potter for a decade in the 1970’s. Some four years ago I was encouraged to once again sit at a pottery wheel and this released dramatic results. My knowledge and experience in studio pottery some thirty years ago remains within me in the head and hands but the pieces produced were like nothing that had gone before. I now utilise that knowledge to create works in many of the genres of ceramics including, Raku, Saggar Firing,Stoneware and Porcelain and I exhibit locally and nationally. My work is strongly influenced by both Japanese and Chinese early ceramics. My work is an expression of form,finish and texture, more of the fire, and less of the glaze
The French Potter, Yannick Fourbet, has imported a selection of traditional, and contemporary, handcrafted horticultural pottery from his atelier in Southern France. The display is at Domaine Rewa nestled amongst the plane trees that are so ubiquitous of southern France.
OPEN FOR VISITORS 10am - 4pm daily. 434 Bannockburn Rd, RD 2, Cromwell M: 021 548 025 E: email@example.com Facebook: Robert Franklin - Fusion Ceramics
Plans for Yannick’s NZ atelier are underway, it’s expected to be fully functioning by autumn 2019.
OPEN FOR VISITORS By appointment.
36. MEGAN HUFFADINE
39. MARIE & OLA HÖGLUND
History, the environment and the rituals that bind society form the background to Megan’s practice. Her works combine painting and sculpture and have stories to tell about identity and place. Megan transforms common materials with sophisticated paint techniques giving her elegant works the appearance of bronze, ceramic and wood. Megan’s works are on show at Studio RED Gallery, Bannockburn.
Art glass by well-known artists Ola and Marie Höglund can be found in many public and private collections throughout the world. Ola and Marie have been making their sought after glass in New Zealand for thirty seven years and they welcome guests to their home studio to enjoy the gallery of glass and artworks including platters, bowls and vases accompanied by unique handmade glass jewellery and paintings.
VISITS WELCOME Please phone or text prior to arrival to check opening hours.
Studio RED Gallery 12 Miners Terrace Bannockburn, Cromwell P: 03 445 1909 • M: 027 273 1909 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.studiored.co.nz
VISITORS WELCOME Daily and by appointment.
37. ALAN WATERS
If you like to see things differently, things that excite all your senses, things that make your tummy smile, things that take your breath away and things that make the beautiful drive to our gallery worthwhile, then this is the place. You will experience ideas and thoughts you never believed possible - until now. The infinite delights of the imagination take flight right here.
Archangel is where wine and art come together in the most spectacular vineyard setting - it’s a special place that is sure to inspire the senses. Showcasing art by some of New Zealand’s artists, Archangel welcomes you to enjoy the stunning wines, contemplate the contemporary artworks and simply enjoy the experience.
VISITORS WELCOME Regularly, but please call first to make sure we are home.
Alan Waters Art Gallery 636 Bannockburn Road, Bannockburn M: 021 277 5486 E: email@example.com W: www.alanwatersart.co.nz
OPEN FOR VISITORS OPEN: 11am - 5pm. CLOSED: Tuesday
The French Potter at Domaine Rewa 827 Luggate Cromwell Rd, Cromwell M: 027 444 5915 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.thefrenchpotter.co.nz
Höglund Art Glass 1767 Luggate - Cromwell Road, off Highway 6 between Cromwell and Wanaka P: 03 442 7210 E: email@example.com W: www.hoglundartglass.com
Archangel Wines 68 Queensberry Terrace, Queensberry P: 03 443 4347 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.archangelwines.co.nz
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