This is a series of photos taken for a photo assignment whilst I was studying photography at UCOL in Palmerston North.
The below were taken from under the dome, with the first (right) looking towards the main entrance and the second looking towards the rear of the gallery.
Another classic photo of the gallery taken from Cooks Garden looking across towards Mt Ruapehu. This just happened to be after the 2007 eruption and a light coating of ash can be seen on the top left of the mountain.
“This Neo-Classical building takes the form of a Greek cross with a grand central dome replete with restrained decoration. Both form and style are enhanced by the external cladding of cream Oamaru stone.” from the Sarjeant website