John Freeman - Kauri Art > Home Studio

Home Studio and Ancient Kauri Sculpture Walk

Driveway left of the Little Oneroa Beach Store, Waiheke Island, NZ.
Bus Connection: No. 2 (for Rocky Bay), from Matiatia Ferry Terminal to Little Oneroa Beach Store

Wander down the driveway to the first big workshop and exhibition space where John creates art work and conducts Stone Carving Workshops.

John will be around either working on a piece of sculpture, hosting a Stone Carving Workshop or he may be down working on a piece of Large Sculpture at the Little O' Sculpture Garden, a five minute stroll from here. You can find the sculpture garden behind the Little Oneroa Beach Store - across the road from the beach!

Feel free to explore the other smaller workshop spaces then take a seat and relax at the huge Ancient Kauri Table next to the fish ponds, in the peaceful garden surrounds.

Marking the entrance you will see you will see the large roots of Ancient NZ Kauri on the roadside, some over 32,000 years old!

It's not just a Gallery it’s a special place to enjoy.

Luckie the dog, and John’s long time muse, are likely to greet you!


For all Art for Sale click here.

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About John Freeman

'As a child I often wondered how everything around us was connected, how this amazing place came to be...'

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KauriART Home Studio

Experience the wonder of a natural kauri rainforest. Walk through ancient root systems. Enjoy woodturning, small & large works by local sculptor John Freeman.

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