Artist Dagmar Dyck Printmaker Tongan / German

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Dagmar Dyck, Into the West Series ( E 28), woodcut on 380 x 195 mm paper, 1 of 1

Dagmar Dyck, Into the West Series ( E woodcut on 380 x 195 mm paper, 1 of 1

Dagmar Dyck, Into the West Series ( E 28), woodcut on 380 x 195 mm paper, 1 of 1

Dagmar Dyck, Into the West Series ( E woodcut on 380 x 195 mm paper, 1 of 1

Title:	Fala  Artist:	Dagmar Dyck  Gallery:	Salamander Gallery

Title: Fala Artist: Dagmar Dyck Gallery: Salamander Gallery

Dagmar's work. So graphic. I love the way she uses colour and the strength in her prints.     Title:	Lai Akau  Artist:	Dagmar Dyck  Gallery:	Salamander Gallery

Dagmar's work. So graphic. I love the way she uses colour and the strength in her prints. Title: Lai Akau Artist: Dagmar Dyck Gallery: Salamander Gallery

Identity 1999 Limited edition screenprint on paper

Identity 1999 Limited edition screenprint on paper

Dagmar Dyck, Into the West Series ( ET 23), woodcut on 290 x 770 mm paper, 1 of 1.

Dagmar Dyck, Into the West Series ( ET woodcut on 290 x 770 mm paper, 1 of

Dagmar Dyck, Blurred lines III, screenprint on 350 x 270 mm paper, from an edition of 15, 2013.

Blurred Lines III - screenprint, relief and lino cut on paper

Navigate - Limited edition screenprint on paper

Navigate - Limited edition screenprint on paper

New Zealand artist Dagmar Dyck @ Flagstaff Gallery, via YouTube.

NZ artist Dagmar Dyck shares her thoughts on her art, culture and going to New York with Flagstaff Gallery. From Tongan and German descent, Dagmar will bring.

Elements of an Ancient Culture ... my culture I Limited Edition Print

Elements of an Ancient Culture . my culture I Limited Edition Print

Kupesi Styles II - limited edition screenprint on paper

Kupesi Styles II - limited edition screenprint on paper

Dagmar Dyck - printmaker and painter

print maker and a painter wih a Tongan theme

Dagmar has to be a leading influence in not only my work but in my life as a great friend and mentor. She is my sister and I draw so much inspiration from her work as a strong Pacific woman. I love that her work honours women's work particularly, her use of colour, form and composition.

Throughout her practice, Dagmar Dyck confidently employs marks and layers to explore the intangible values found within Tongan culture.

Bound to Honour Mixed media painting

Bound to Honour Mixed media painting

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