Penny Howard, from Losing My Religion 2012

Vii- cut outs with paintings, then with patterns cut into them. They could be photocopied before cut. Penny Howard, from Losing My Religion 2012

Penny Howard: TE KURI O TE WAO | whitespace

Penny Howard: TE KURI O TE WAO | whitespace

Losing My Religion - Penny Howard.

Losing My Religion - Penny Howard.

Penny Howard | whitespace

Penny Howard | whitespace

Penny Howard: TE KURI O TE WAO | whitespace

Penny Howard: TE KURI O TE WAO | whitespace

Penny Howard: TE KURI O TE WAO | whitespace

Penny Howard: TE KURI O TE WAO | whitespace

Penny Howard: TE KURI O TE WAO | whitespace

Penny Howard: TE KURI O TE WAO | whitespace

Penny Howard | whitespace: Penny Howard's practice is often concerned with the meeting of cultures and some of the shared superstitions and religious overlaps between Maori, Samoan, Irish, Scottish, & English cultures.The works produced are an expression of the artist finding and exploring her own cultural identity. 'For me it has been the mythology, religions, and bird lore. The birds have become significant as has the ocean'.

Penny Howard | whitespace: Penny Howard's practice is often concerned with the meeting of cultures and some of the shared superstitions and religious overlaps between Maori, Samoan, Irish, Scottish, & English cultures.The works produced are an expression of the artist finding and exploring her own cultural identity. 'For me it has been the mythology, religions, and bird lore. The birds have become significant as has the ocean'.

Penny Howard | whitespace

Penny Howard | whitespace

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