After graduating from the Ilam School of Fine Arts in 1995, Penny Stotter initially found creative expression in the graphic design field. Working as a designer in New Zealand, Melbourne and London, she developed unique ways to combine her natural artistic flair with executional intricacies made possible by new technologies. Penny’s move to Waiheke Island brought with it a change to full time artist and printmaker. In 2006 she won the inaugural Estuary Artworks Award and subsequently, her work has been shown in exhibitions throughout New Zealand. The Manukau City Council have one of Penny’s pieces in their collection and she is represented by galleries the length of the country. Heritage series These striking black and white prints are composed with an exquisite arrangement of New Zealand flora and fauna. With illustrative skill and technical inventiveness, the ‘Heritage’ series invites the viewer to look closer and immerse themselves in a delicate world of rare beauty and balance.