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Mangaweka "Yellow Church" Gallery SH1, Resident Artist Richard Aslett plus Local and International Artists... and more! This page tells you about the Gallery in general for latests News click below. Thanks


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This page below tells you all about the Gallery in general, for Latests News click ABOVE. Thanks 


Thanks to all those who visited Elwyn's Exhibition

 Depicting New Zealand at War, titled :- 

"And When He Was Called, He Went" by artist Elwyn Stone


The turnout was tremendous and Elwyn would also like to pass on those thanks


click on the banner below for more details of what the exhibition was about : 




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Mangaweka 'Yellow Church' Gallery 

Situated on State Highway One, in

the attractive and historic township of Mangaweka, Open from 10.30am to 5pm Weekends, most other days and by Appointment. Artists in the Gallery include well known Whanganui creators, Paul and Mark  Rayner, Rita Dibert and others, while works by Rudyard Yap from Palmerston North, and Simon Jay from Wellington to name but a few, have complimented the local contributing artists. There is also work on display by the owner and Resident Artist, Richard Aslett who's works have won the open award at the Waimarino Art Awards with his depiction of Mount Ruapehu, created using actual mud from the Lahar, And a colourfull design of the famous Mangaweka DC-3 Aeroplane, which is now on 59,000 covers of the area's 2009 White Pages phone book. Monthly Exhibitions are a big feature of Mangaweka Gallery and run in a special viewing space, which can accommodate controversial and R18 works, or just good old New Zealand scenic paintings! We are always interested to hear from Emerging and/or Established Artist, or those who have just been shunned by some of the more safer "Galleries" usually in the cities, who seem reluctant to try new ground breaking or experimental art forms. E-mail three sample images and who knows, you could be in-line for an upcomming exhibition! Mangaweka is also home to the infamous "Fakes & Forgeries" festival and exhibition, which has drawn entries from as far away as the South Island, Australia, USA, and even London, and has seen literally thousands of people visit over the duration of the exhibitions in 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013, and in 2015 the Yellow Church Gallery and Mangaweka was and is the home to a jaw dropping selection of over 100 submited works from all ages into this seasons Fakes & Forgeries Exhibition. See here for News story of past Winners !


Mangaweka Homestay

Right next door to Mangaweka Gallery is a beautiful turn of the centaury Country Cottage, offering B&B style accommodation from just $65 per person/per night, including continental style breakfast !

Tel: 06 382 5774 or 027 52 666 12 or e-mail for viewings and enquiries


Comming Shortly - The CrAzY, The WhAcKy, The BaMbOoZLiNg CONSPIRACY THEORY 2 is comming to U 




Thanks for visiting, do please take a look around. There is a town map,

more info, and of course the NEW and Previous Exhibitions pages.


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Mangaweka's most famous son, Karl Sim (Aka: Carl Feodor Goldie)

has left this earthly art studio and passed away Monday the 21st October 2013.


Picture of Karl Sim (aka Goldie) taken at the last Fakes & Forgeries in 2011.

"You will be missed, but most certainly never forgotten" Richard Aslett 2013


For a pod-cast Radio New Zealand story on Karl please go to;


Wanganui Chronicle : Original faker to miss party in his honour :


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New Zealands Got Talent - CLICK HERE for linx on Richard's Performances 

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For those still looking for that special unique gift or piece of artwork we have some

Great Deal$ including Richard Aslett Photographic Prints and Canvases.


EG. Antarctic Panoramic 1 meter x 300mm - Usually $295 NOW just a CrAzY $199 !

or 18" x 12" Limited Edition Photographic Prints - Usually $69 NOW just a BaRmY $49!

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