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Multi-disciplinary NZ artist Tania Jack lived most of her life near Queenstown in the Wakatipu basin where her ancestors settled as pioneering gold miners 5 generations ago.

Being a keen artist since childhood, Tania has as exhibited works for sale for over 30 years, winning various awards for art and design.

Spending time in the UK, Tania attended community art groups and completed Higher National Diploma in multimedia design, returning to lecture after graduating, while continuing to complete a bachelor of science degree in Applied Graphics in Multimedia at Glasgow Caledonian University. 

More recently Tania has completed a New Zealand Honors Diploma in Creative Art in Wellington.

Tania’s artworks have found their way into collections in the USA, UK & Europe and New Zealand.

Tania has illustrated several children’s books for self publishing authors.

She welcomes custom art and illustration commissions, and will create from a choice of oil, acrylic, watercolour & graphite pencil. Illustrations can be created digitally.

Tania uses high quality archival materials for her artworks.

Tania’s work is currently on display at:

Central Gallery Queenstown

The Otago Art Society Gallery – First Floor Dunedin Historic Railway Station

Previously exhibited at:

Customs House Gallery Oamaru

Wilderness Art on display, 45 Arrow Junction Road, RD1 Queenstown

Arrowtown Autumn Festival

Wanaka Art Society

Queenstown Gallery of Fine Art

Art Bay Gallery

The Emporium

Awards & Recognition:

2018 OAS Summer Exhibition Peoples Choice Award

Exhibition Peoples Choice

Cover & Featured Artist Article

NZ Artist Magazine Jan 2109

2012 Wanaka Arts Society Easter Exhibition Best Painting

Old Blue's Dog

Learning Media NZ Illustrator's Award

The award included of publication in a calander, and a childrens book illustration contract.

Keeping in touch

Solo Exhibition 2017 - Treasures of New Zealand

ODT Art Seen:

Tania Jack: ‘‘Treasures of New Zealand’’ (Lakes District Museum & Gallery, Arrowtown)

ODT Thursday, 30 March 2017 Art Seen: March 30

Daily Record - Scotland

A set of caricatures commissioned for a family feature in a weekend section newspaper article.

Article in the Daily Record Scotland

Computer Arts Magazine

Special edition showcasing the UK’s up & coming Artists – Graduate Showcase
Computer Arts Graduate Sowcase
Computer Arts Magazine
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