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Described as an ‘art crawl’, Queenstown CBD art event First Thursdays Quarterly — now run every three months — returns tonight across six galleries between Earl St and Marine Parade.

Offering extended hours from 5 till 7.30pm are Starkwhite, Milford Galleries, Romer Gallery, Artbay’s two galleries and Lightworx.

Pictured is a piece from John Reynolds’ new exhibition at Starkwhite, ‘The moon and the flowers’, whose large paintings are accompanied by small block works.

Milford Galleries features a group exhibition, ‘Studio 9A’, with sculpture by Lonnie Hutchinson and paintings by Graham Fletcher.

Romer Gallery’s exhibiting a huge photograph of Piopiotahi-Milford Sound by Stephan Romer while Artbay’s upstairs gallery shows three-dimensional works by Dutch artist Nemo Jantzne, who sketches subjects using only stainless steel nails and a continuous thread on a wooden board.

Galleries will also be serving wines donated by Akarua.

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