Inspirit Studio Gallery selected for cover of first

Art Galleries to Visit in New Zealand directory by Denis Robinson and Gaye Ingold. New Holland Publishers.

Over 130 outstanding art collections open to the public and places to visit around the galleries. The perfect christmas present for art lovers. Released on 1 December 2011, now in stock at Inspirit.

Directory to over 130 New Zealand galleries























Inspirit Gallery Features on new regional tourism video promoting hidden gems and leading Waikato attractions.

Inspirit Gallery to feature in Hamilton Girls High School Arts & Gardens Ramble- a fabulous day out for art and garden lovers. 

HGHS Foundation Arts & Gardens Ramble
12 November 2011


Indulge yourself and take a few hours to enjoy some of Hamilton's creativity whilst supporting such a good cause.

All funds raised will assist to fit out the new HGHS performing arts centre. Tickets $30 adults, $12 students.

To purchase tickets - Phone 838 0074 or 839 1304 ext 868, email: development "at", or pick up from 6 Hill Street.

Thank you for supporting the Hamilton Girls' High School Foundation.

For updates "like" our HGHS Foundation Facebook page.  Click here







 ‘Endangered' exhibition October 29 to November 21 2010
Inspirit Gallery - Tamahere, Hamilton

kaka birds eye view

Kaka-birds eye view by Rachel Olsen for Endangered exhibition


 New Zealand Fashion labels join Inspirit Gallery


100% NZ Made fashion inspired by NZ Nature. Talented Waikato Fashion Designer Aroha Wikotu has scored a major coup, winning a section at the Miromoda Fashion awards in Wellington and has won a place in New Zealand fashion week as one of seven Maori Fashion designers who will be on the catwalk in September. Inspirit will be showcasing some of Shikoba's most exclusive designs with an artistic edge. Her new spring collection will be featuring in the gallery and she has designed a special garment for the Endangered exhibition at the gallery opening on Friday 29th October 2010.

Christine Rabarts

 Multi-talented Coromandel fashion designer and multi media artist has a selection of original handmade boutique garments in beautfil fabrics and often with features like handmade Kauri buttons. She will be featuring the stunning stilt dress in support of the Endangered exhibition highlighting the importance conservation work of Maungatautari

Rata & Ruby-Raglan
. Organic cotton tees and sweatshirts featuring hand screenprinted original New Zealand inspired designs for women and children. New Hooded Tiki Design Sweatshirt in stock. Exciting new Merino Wool Range for winter 2010.

New Inspirit Art Card Range by Jenny Scown featuring six exceptional new images
Click on link to view more Inspirit cards images in this collection

First Limited edition prints series by Steve Hikaiti who recently featured on Campbell live with his successful first exhibition in Auckland. Read more about this exciting series Read more about this exciting series

Creative Gifts
Inspirit offers a fantastic range of original art and design. Give the gift of original New Zealand made art and design with an Inspirit Gift Voucher.

Art appreciation tours for groups:
Inspirit Studio & Gallery welcomes group bookings for and informal guided art appreciation tour of the gallery. Inspirit is also part of a very popular cultural trail called The Scene Between. Click on link to learn more about this wonderful local trail
of wonderful places to visit in the beautiful landscape between Hamilton and Cambridge.
Venue Hire
Inspirit is located in a stunning, tranquil rural setting halfway between Hamilton and Cambridge framed by Pirongia and Maungatautari mountains. This inspiring creative space provides a unique venue for meetings, workshops, presentations, launches and special functions within a stimulating creative environment.



Contact Jenny Scown ph.: 07 856 3170
Inspirit Studio & Gallery
360 Pencarrow RD, Tamahere, Hamilton


Combine a visit to the gallery with a visit to nearby Moondance Gardens, The Red Cherry Café , The Woodbox Winery restaurant, The Sculpture Park, Gibbs Lang Studio, Tamahere Markets or Robinson Sports Museum.
These unique places are hidden treasures slightly off the beaten track and all within a few minutes drive of each other based in the beautiful Waikato landscape between Hamilton and Cambridge. All feature in the Scene Between Brochure map available at any of these establishments to help plan your visit. For more information about the Scene Between and other services of the gallery click here to download map brochure