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Dagmar Dyck

Paintings and prints born from recent workshops with other Tongan artists such as Tevita Latu have inspired Dagmar Dycks current world view and new work. Dyck states… “The recent collaborations with other artists has seen my latest work morph into an unexpected tack in my ongoing journey as an artist. I am currently seeking an uninhibited and intuitive approach to my work…. As an art teacher and observing children paint I think, I like to paint like that… with such freedom and not labour so much on the what, the where, and the why… Piccasso said “every child is an artist”. “The problem is how to remain an artist once one grows up. This is a mantra I am following in my new work while referencing my traditional ancestry and culture”. Dagmar has been selected for inclusion in a research role in the Ancient Futures Marsden Pr oject to Europe in 2018.

Solo Exhibition History:

  • 2017 Warwick Henderson Gallery
  • 2012 New works, Flagstaff Gallery, Auckland
  • 2007 Works, Lesa Gallery, Petone, Wellington
  • 2003 Elements of Style, The Lane Gallery, Auckland
  • 2002 Embellished, Salamander Gallery, Christchurch 2001 Koloa, The Lane Gallery, Auckland
  • 1999 Tutu, The Lane Gallery, Auckland 1996 New Work, The Lane Gallery, Auckland
  • 1995 New Prints, The Lane Gallery, Auckland

Dagmar Dyck has been included in numerous International Exhibitions and has work in the following collections:

International Collections include:

  • Tonga High Commission – Hong Kong,
  • Tradenz – South America
  • Tjiboau Cultural Centre – New Caledonia

National Collections include:

  • New Zealand Parliamentary Collection, Wellington
  • MFAT Collection – Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade Art
  • Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs, Wellington
  • Auckland City Council
  • Manukau City Council,
  • Massey University
  • Manukau Institute of Technology, Auckland
  • Penrose High School, Auckland,
  • Onehunga High School, Auckland
  • Dilworth School, Auckland,
  • Westlake Girls High School, Auckland
  • Russell McVeagh, Auckland,
  • Art Union Group, Cameron Collection, Sky City Hotel, Auckland
  • Heritage Hotel, Auckland,
  • Centra Hotel, Auckland
  • Quay West, Auckland
  • Hotel du Vin, Auckland
  • Heritage Hotel, Christchurch