Where to find Alfred's art work
Overlooking Petone Beach, the Alfred Memelink Artspace
is one of New Zealand’s a must visit galleries.
More than just a gallery, this space is aimed at supporting the local art community by exhibiting a variety of different artists works and providing classes and space for local artists to expand their knowledge and refine their technique. It is a friendly place to visit featuring regularly changing exhibitions of creativity contributed to be over 100 mainly local artists.
In Wellington City, Alfred is represented by the Kiwiarthouse
, a delightful little gallery at the top of Cuba street, just up from the Cuba street intersection with the inner city bypass, Karo Drive.
In Thorndon you can find his work at Millwood Gallery
, situated in the heart of the historical Thorndon precinct. Be sure to ask Murray for directions to Glenbervie Terrace and Ascot street, two cute little historic lane walks that peacefully meander right behind their gallery, and in Lower Hutt at the Lewis Paape Gallery
Alfred is also a regular exhibitor with the New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts
and with Watercolour New Zealand
, both in the Queens Wharf area.
If you are heading past Kapiti, be sure to visit the friendly McGregor Wright Gallery
. It's very easy to find – right on the corner of Raumati Road and state Highway 1 and with easy parking beside gallery. Your hosts, Nancy and Gordon, will be delighted to meet you and show you around their wonderful gallery. A good selection of prints can be viewed at the Artel Gallery
located at the Lindale Center, just past Paraparaumu.
In Auckland Alfred is represented by the Monterey Art Gallery
, a popular gallery located in the heart of Howick.
However possibly Alfred’s most interesting and much talked about venues of where one can see his art, is Gallery Cesso, a small room located at the back of Nicolini’s Italian restaurant, Courtenay place. On display there is just one large painting of Kelburn village which can be conveniently viewed sitting down.