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Rory McDougall Bruns-McDougall@xtra.co.nz
500 Lake Kaniere Rd
2017 Solo exhibition Min Kim Gallery, Christchurch
2016 2 ton Isle of Skye marble, Carbost Scotland
Exhibited in Kilmorack Gallery, Scotland
2015 Lions Club Hokitika commission installed on beachfront ?Table of
Rememberance 24 ton granite
Ghost Soldier public sculpture, Rotorua purchased by council after War Memorial Symposium
2014 Ashburton Stone Symposium object purchased for Public Domain
2013 Selected for Auckland Botanical Gardens summer exhibition
2 pieces purchased for Sir Richard Wallace collection
Regularly exhibited at Banks Peninsula bi-annual sculpture show
Bronze casting of Keltic disc shield series
2012 Organised international hard stone symposium FORM 1, 2 and 3
Hokitika 2012, 2014, 2016
Solo Exhibition at Left Bank Gallery Greymouth
2011 4 ton granit public sculpture Lions Club, Hoikitika
- 2010 Public sculpture, Caroline Bay Park, Timaru, black marble sphere
Commisioned by Kronauer Architects and Engineers, Germany for
2m serpentine stone sculpture
- 2009 Winner of Department of Conservation Environmental Prize, Hokitika
Commissioned by St Mary’s School, Hokitika for 5 playground sculptures
2008 5 ton polished andesite sculpture, public display, New Plymouth
7 month travels in Europe, bronze age studies in various national museums, notably Berlin, Prague, Vienna and Paris.
Work on restoration project, 11th century castle, Bordeaux, France
Work under guidance of master mason Uwe Spiekermann, realism, naturalism and casting techniques, Hannover, Germany
2007 Participant in ?Out of the Rain? exhibition, 33 Westcoast artist in
Left Bank Gallery, Greymouth and Centre of Contemporary Art, ChCh
2001-06 Organised Hokitika Beachfront Symposium, wood and stone
Worked on long term project, design and build large house ?interior, exterior carving, landscaping, glass and metal work, large mural work on ceilings.
Attended Te Kupenga, international hard stone symposia in New Plymouth 2004, 2006, 2008, 2014, 2016
Public commission Rangiora Art Council
2000 Invited to Art in the Park International Stone Symposium, Christchurch
Commissioned by Greymouth Council for six 10m sculptures on waterfront.
1999 Moved to New Zealand permanently
Continue exhibitions in Germany through Gallery Dino Da Vinci
1996-99 Introduction to stone masonry by Master Uwe Spickermann, Hannover
Sculpture projects in steel, stone, wood, glass and ceramics
Special exhibition at the Keltic house built by Ferdinand Eichwede (1879-1911, Architect and Keltic revivalist).
Founder of annual chainsaw symposium at Langenhagen
Book illustrations, compact disc cover designs, short documentary on
1992-94 Live in Germany.
Introduction to metal craft and blacksmithing by Master Jurgen Helmer,
1990-92 Paintings in Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand
1978-89 Fine line drawing and painting of Keltic symbolism.
Posters, murals, backdrops, vehicles and tattoos.
Exhibitions in Edinburgh and Inverness.
Attended Aberdeen School of Art for 1 year and dropped out.
First clay sculptures.
1977 Formal introduction to Keltic art by secondary school teacher.
Inverness Royal Academy. Scotland
1965 Born and raised in Highlands of Scotland
31st Jul 2018 - 18th Aug 2018: Andrew Craig – Origin of the World & Rory McDougall – Lithic Garden