Geoffrey Fuller

The late Geoffrey Francis Fuller (1925 – 2011) was a  New Zealand artist celebrated locally and internationally for his beautiful paintings.

A talented painter in oils, acrylics and watercolours, Geoffrey was regularly featured in exhibitions throughout Hawke’s Bay, and has paintings in both private and public collections in New Zealand, USA, England, Japan, South Africa and Australia. He was lauded with many awards for his work, including, the Louise Lonsdale Prize for Life Drawing, the Queen Elizabeth II Art Award in 1966 and 1970, and the Norsewear Art Award in 1987.

During his life, Geoffrey completed numerous design commissions, including murals, stained-glass window designs, altar silverware, heraldic coats of arms, civic sculptures, and postage stamps.