Chorus Cabinet Art Programme

  • Project typeCommunity art
  • Project schedulePut in your submission by 8 October 2023
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Cabinet art in your neighbourhood 

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Emma Gustafson: Coromandel Nature

Some streets in our district are about to get a whole lot brighter as seven local artists paint their creative designs on selected Chorus cabinets.  

Mayor Len Salt says the Chorus Cabinet Art Programme supports artists to showcase their talents. 

“We have so many high-quality artists in the Coromandel, it’s great for them to have this opportunity to display their work. I’m really impressed with the designs we received and we’re looking forward to partnering with Chorus on their Cabinet Art Programme.”    

Some of this year’s designs include beautiful beach landscapes, a mermaid sitting on the rocks at the end of Lonely Bay, and stunning artwork of Coromandel scenery.  

Chorus is pleased that the partnership with our Council is under way and Community Relations Manager Jo Seddon says the collaboration "helps us work with more local artists and bring their creativity to life."

“We’re hoping that this is just the beginning.” 

Artists have been painting their murals around the region, so keep an eye out for them. 

• Emma Gustafson: Coromandel Nature (pictured)
• Brigita Botma: Coromandel Beach at Dawn
• Sarah Nicolson: Mermaid at Lonely Bay
• Joel Nicholas: A Walk Amongst the Kōwhai
• Saskia Lee: Thames Coast
• Rebecca Coggins: Bush and River Scene with Eels
• Alesha Davies-Blackburn: Whangamatā Beach