Carter, Alby [ephemera]
A collection of ephemera relating to the artistic practice of Taranaki artist Alby Carter. The collection includes exhibition invites, sketches, prints, working drawings and newspaper clippings.
The collection of ephemera was donated by Carter after he was approached as a part of the established Puke Ariki collecting priority, the Taranaki Artist Ephemera project (2012-2015).
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Folder. Newspaper clippings.
Folder. Exhibition ephemera (including invitations and catalogues).
1. Print. Ron Morrison’s Stairwell. 1993
Figure of chook body. Part of the development of Morrison works (Morrison’s house was demolished to build the KFC in Hāwera).
2. The Magic Cow. 1990. Series of developmental drawings and prints (4).
3. Weld Road preliminary sketches for paintings and prints. Carter would walk down roads and sketch as he went, using up as many pages as he needed. He would then attach the pages together to form the road. 8pp.
4. Painter in a Paddock. 1996. Series of developmental drawings, paintings and prints (3).
5. Self Portrait with Wine Glass and Smoke. 1990. Series of developmental drawings and prints (2).
6. Series of developmental drawings and prints with a mountain theme (5).
7. Figures of women. Used in the development of a series of works relating to supermarkets.
8. Homemade sketch block with three sketches intact.
9. Poster. 'Taranaki à Paris', an exhibition by the 'Virtual Tart' artists which was shown at the Gallery 59 Rivoli in Paris, 4-16 November 2014.