Gallery Shop

The Gallery Shop at Corban Estate Arts Centre features exquisite handcrafted artwork by leading artists from West Auckland and Aotearoa. All purchases at the shop also come with a complimentary gift wrapping service.
New in store, ask about our gorgeous new Corban Estate Art Boxes, featuring the Natural Paint Kit in our inaugural edition »

An ideal gift for the eco-conscious artist, our Natural Paint Kit contains a range of non-toxic pigments and charcoal, recycled paper and a selection of special brushes designed to set you on the path to creating your very own works of art - naturally! Easy and fun to use, let your imagination run wild creating inspired eco-friendly art without the impact on the environment.

Monday to Saturday
10am - 4pm
(09) 838 4455 

Can’t make it in to the shop? 
We accept credit cards over the phone and can organise a courier on your behalf.

Corban Estate Art Box:
Natural Paint Kit

Weaving, Textiles + Taonga

Our weaving, textiles and indigenous (predominantly Māori) taonga are increasing in demand. Makers in this area include Ann Uerata, Ashlee Tawhiti, Susanne Williamson, Maha Tomo, Annette Ashton, and Katie Smith.

Contemporary Art

Our contemporary artworks includes painting, print, sculpture and more. Artists include Gabby Tiongson, Ina Arraoui, Michel Tuffery, Charlotte Graham and Monica Paterson.

Gift Cards

An ever-popular stop in the Gallery Shop, we are known for selling a wide range of unique greeting cards for all occasions. Cards are non-commercial, showcasing talent from contemporary Aotearoa artists and designers, and are very affordable miniature works of art, ranging from $3 to $8. 

Books + Magazines

The Gallery Shop has a carefully curated selection of publications on offer which include children’s books, historical journals, indigenous art journals and New Zealand’s leading contemporary art magazines.

We stock a wide range of ceramics pieces in our store. Potters include Duncan Shearer, Kairava Gullatz, Aaron Scythe, Jino Jeong, Humphrey Tait, Tui Morse, Waiheke Factory Ceramics, Annabelle McCusker, Debbie Harris, Brian Gartside and Good Girl Ceramics.

Our well-liked jewellery section includes pieces by Anna Leyland, Little Natives, Isla Osborne, Hybrid.Cells, Jane Singleton, and Julie Moselen. Our jewellery selection changes on a regular basis so keep returning to see what is on offer.

Our growing glass collection includes forms by Grinter Glass Studio, Amokura Glass and one of our art workshop tutors Sophia Athineou.

The Survival of Māori as a People
Whatarangi Winiata, Daphne Luke
Maori & English

A collection of twenty five papers by Professor Whatarangi Winiata and co-authors given over the last forty years, comment on Maori spirituality, social development, education, and political affairs.


New publications

Past The Tower Under the Tree: Twelve Stories of Learning in Community
Arts & Culture

We’re invited to reimagine what it means to learn, and to recover a promise: the possibility of a fuller education, where craft and companionship go together. Featuring Erena Shingade, Mokonui-a-rangi Smith, Richard von Sturmer, Areez Katki, Mohan Dutta, Balamohan Shingade, Terri Te Tau, Edith Amituanai, Dominic Hoey, Catherine Delahunty, Emily Parr, Daniel Michael Satele and Katie Kerr.


A Bathful of Kawakawa and Hot Water
Arts & Culture

Hana Pera Aoake (Ngaati Mahtua, Tainui/Waikato, Ngaati Hinerangi) is an artist and writer based in Waikouaiti on stolen Kai Tahu, Kali Mamoe and Waitaha lands. They are keen to restart the land wars and love eating Kaimoana and defacing colonial property.


The Eight Gifts of Te Wheke
Steph Matuku

Te Wheke the octopus loves to collect things. But one day, he wants to get eight treasures all at once, and that gets him into trouble.