The Louve (she wolf)
The Louve (she wolf)

Acrylic on canvas, 1370 x 1010mm,

Sold through Parnell Gallery on opening night.

Summer Down Wind
Summer Down Wind

(Waimarama beach NZ) Oil & aerosol spray on canvas panel, 305mm x 305mm, floater framed,

Sold

https://www.parnellgallery.co.nz/artists/joe-helmore/

Jimmy the Operator
Jimmy the Operator

Acrylic & aerosol spray on canvas, 1370mm x 1010mm

Available through Parnell Gallery

https://www.parnellgallery.co.nz/artists/joe-helmore/

Fade in on Dusk
Fade in on Dusk

Acrylic on canvas, 1520 x 1010mm,

Available through Parnell Gallery

https://www.parnellgallery.co.nz/artists/joe-helmore/

I was lucky enough to safari though east Africa and this is where I first saw a hyena. These beasts are inquisitive and always look like they're thinking of a cunning plan. They would walk around our tents at night and you could hear them sniffing us.  

Electric Charge
Electric Charge

Oil & aerosol spray on canvas, 305 x 305mm

Available through Parnell Gallery

https://www.parnellgallery.co.nz/artists/joe-helmore/

Evade Muster
Evade Muster

Oil on canvas panel, 305 x 305mm, 

Sold via Parnell Gallery

Release the Hounds
Release the Hounds

Acrylic and aerosol spray on canvas, 1800 x 1100mm

Available through Parnell Gallery

https://www.parnellgallery.co.nz/artists/joe-helmore/

Wind Bashed Feral
Wind Bashed Feral

(looking down on Waimarama beach Hawke's bay NZ) oil on canvas, 560 x 480mm, floater framed

Sold through Parnell Gallery on opening night.

Hooked for Generations
Hooked for Generations

(Lake Wanaka NZ) Oil on Board, 560 x 480mm, floater framed.

Available through Parnell Gallery

https://www.parnellgallery.co.nz/artists/joe-helmore/

Kahuranaki - The Long View
Kahuranaki - The Long View

(Te Mata Peak, Hawke's Bay NZ) oil on board, 560 x 480mm, floater framed,

The hill in the distance is called Kahuranaki. 100km away across a massive bay is a peninsula called Mahia. The Māori tribe that lived in Mahia use to paddle across this massive bay and would aim for Kahuranaki calling it the long view. They were no shore huggers.

Sold via Joe Helmore’s mailing list

The Island
The Island

Oil & aerosol spray on canvas, 1830 x 1110mm,

This is Bare Island at Waimarama Beach, New Zealand. I have a connection to this place from years of fishing, spearfishing and paua diving around this Island. The sea life here is abundant. Kingies, gurnard, flying fish, killer whales, sunfish, blue penguins, mako sharks, gannets, dolphins and the list goes on. This is my interpretation of the view you get in the early morning when you're out in your boat checking your crayfish pots. It's a place where your life is in your own hands and you need to make your own judgments on how to navigate the weather/swell. The lack of authority out at sea also leads to some people stealing your catch hence the very early start.

Available through Parnell Gallery

https://www.parnellgallery.co.nz/artists/joe-helmore/

The Louve (she wolf)
Summer Down Wind
Jimmy the Operator
Fade in on Dusk
Electric Charge
Evade Muster
Release the Hounds
Wind Bashed Feral
Hooked for Generations
Kahuranaki - The Long View
The Island
The Louve (she wolf)

Acrylic on canvas, 1370 x 1010mm,

Sold through Parnell Gallery on opening night.

Summer Down Wind

(Waimarama beach NZ) Oil & aerosol spray on canvas panel, 305mm x 305mm, floater framed,

Sold

https://www.parnellgallery.co.nz/artists/joe-helmore/

Jimmy the Operator

Acrylic & aerosol spray on canvas, 1370mm x 1010mm

Available through Parnell Gallery

https://www.parnellgallery.co.nz/artists/joe-helmore/

Fade in on Dusk

Acrylic on canvas, 1520 x 1010mm,

Available through Parnell Gallery

https://www.parnellgallery.co.nz/artists/joe-helmore/

I was lucky enough to safari though east Africa and this is where I first saw a hyena. These beasts are inquisitive and always look like they're thinking of a cunning plan. They would walk around our tents at night and you could hear them sniffing us.  

Electric Charge

Oil & aerosol spray on canvas, 305 x 305mm

Available through Parnell Gallery

https://www.parnellgallery.co.nz/artists/joe-helmore/

Evade Muster

Oil on canvas panel, 305 x 305mm, 

Sold via Parnell Gallery

Release the Hounds

Acrylic and aerosol spray on canvas, 1800 x 1100mm

Available through Parnell Gallery

https://www.parnellgallery.co.nz/artists/joe-helmore/

Wind Bashed Feral

(looking down on Waimarama beach Hawke's bay NZ) oil on canvas, 560 x 480mm, floater framed

Sold through Parnell Gallery on opening night.

Hooked for Generations

(Lake Wanaka NZ) Oil on Board, 560 x 480mm, floater framed.

Available through Parnell Gallery

https://www.parnellgallery.co.nz/artists/joe-helmore/

Kahuranaki - The Long View

(Te Mata Peak, Hawke's Bay NZ) oil on board, 560 x 480mm, floater framed,

The hill in the distance is called Kahuranaki. 100km away across a massive bay is a peninsula called Mahia. The Māori tribe that lived in Mahia use to paddle across this massive bay and would aim for Kahuranaki calling it the long view. They were no shore huggers.

Sold via Joe Helmore’s mailing list

The Island

Oil & aerosol spray on canvas, 1830 x 1110mm,

This is Bare Island at Waimarama Beach, New Zealand. I have a connection to this place from years of fishing, spearfishing and paua diving around this Island. The sea life here is abundant. Kingies, gurnard, flying fish, killer whales, sunfish, blue penguins, mako sharks, gannets, dolphins and the list goes on. This is my interpretation of the view you get in the early morning when you're out in your boat checking your crayfish pots. It's a place where your life is in your own hands and you need to make your own judgments on how to navigate the weather/swell. The lack of authority out at sea also leads to some people stealing your catch hence the very early start.

Available through Parnell Gallery

https://www.parnellgallery.co.nz/artists/joe-helmore/

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