Inaugural Eco Tourist Exhibition

Published July 23, 2013

The exhibition is held in conjunction with the September Conservation Exhibition National Office Conservation Dept. 7th to 29th September 2013, Wellington.

Artists work in a variety of mediums – from Taranaki and other regions of New Zealand.

Participating artists

Jim Adams, Fleur Benn, Donald Buglass, Liz Bridgeman, Jan Huijbers, Corrie Huls, Anna Korver, Geoff Korver, Steve Molloy, Chris Moore, Wayne Morris, Odele Rapley, Claire Sadler, Chris Van Doren, Dominika Zielinska

Eco Artists New Zealand is a Non Profit Charitable Trust established in 2007 by Lochmara Lodge Wildlife Recovery and Arts Centre and a group of passionate artists from around New Zealand.

Eco artists share a passion for the environment and endeavour to create further awareness and raise funds for conservation through their art. This provides a vehicle in which artists and the general public may contribute to New Zealand’s unique ecology and conservation projects.

Artists and galleries from around New Zealand who register as Eco Artists elect to incorporate a donation of their choice into the prices of their work sold. It is the intention that as Eco Artists New Zealand grows, the donations will be distributed annually around the country to 6 different conservation projects chosen by all the registered Eco Artists.

Held at The Korver Molloy Gallery, 1729 South Rd – Old Cheese Factory, Tataraimaka

10% of sales will go to the Eco artists donation fund
20% of sales will go to a local initiative to help the environment – yet to be finalised (suggestions welcome).

Contact Chris Moore: phone 09 8388449, or Anna and Steve at Korver Molloy Gallery 067524131, email: or