Artsight is owned by Fiona Sullivan. Fiona is a specialist visual arts teacher and practicing artist with extensive teaching experience achieving high performance results at secondary level (NCEA Levels 1,2 &3). A professional Art Educator; Fiona’s previous role as Education Coordinator at City Gallery Wellington saw her facilitating artist workshops, being responsible for education programming as well as developing and running school holiday programmes. She has recently completed several artist research projects for publications by an art education resource company and is currently working on a collaborative project between New Zealand and Australian artists for the WW100 commemorations.


Creativity has been a fundamental part of Krystee's life from a young age. Krystee credits those that spent hours drawings and creating with her when she was young for her passion for Art and creativity.With a Diploma in Creative arts, Bachelor in Media Arts and Post Graduate Diploma in Teaching Krystee comes to Artsight with a wealth of knowledge and experience teaching from primary to tertiary levels. She has a passion to encourage and empower younger Children and Adults in their creative practice just as she was.Krystee's organised and loving nature results in lessons that are well thought out and catered to all needs in the classroom.


Bibi has taught visual art to children at all levels at international
schools whilst living in Japan.
Trained as a primary school teacher and is a published children's
book author/illustrator and Bibi understands what inspires and motivates the young within the creative process.               


Andrea has been teaching junior classes at Artsight since it's inception in Auckland in 2012. She brings an enthusiasm and love of teaching art to children and teens.
She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture form Canterbury University, a diploma of Teaching, a Diploma of ICT and a Level 4 Certificate in Horticulture.
A fully registered teacher, Andrea has 16 years of secondary school teaching behind her.
Her interests cover sculpture, art history, crafts particularly sewing and crochet, botany, horticulture, sustainability, the outdoors. She is currently interested in Botanical Drawings.



Visual arts and photography has been a huge interest and passion of Caroline’s since a young age. After growing up in Rakaia, Caroline moved to Wellington to study a Bachelor of Design majoring in Photographic Design and a Post Graduate Diploma in Teaching (Secondary).

As well as running a photography business in Wellington since the completion of her studies, she also teaches a range of visual art and photography classes for children and adults that range from school programs and specialist secondary tutoring to corporate training and The Methven Summer School.

Caroline enjoys sharing with others her knowledge, enthusiasm and passion for all aspects of visual art and photography.
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