Lake Taupo Carvings, New Zeland - Maori rock carvings at Mine Bay on Lake Taupō - over 10 meters high and only accessible by boat or Kayak
Westland Kahikatea Canvas Art Print by Diana Adams
Canvas Art PrintImage size in millimetres: 400 x 700This Diana Adams print is on acid free canvas that was developed especially for fine art reproduction. All canvas art prints are finished with an invisible protective spray to protect the surface and ink. This print is also available stretched onto a frame (ready to hang on your wall out of the box). The stretched canvas is $239.95 and we charge just $NZ 20 delivery anywhere in New Zealand for a stretched canvas print. To order Westland…
Tane Mahuta: Tane Mahuta's Triumph (close up of painting) Artist: Jane Crisp. In the beginning there was no sky, no sea no earth and no Gods. There was only darkness, only Te Kore, the Nothingness. From this nothingness, the primal parents of the Maori came, Papatuanuku, the Earth mother, and Ranginui, the Sky father.....
Maori Angels to descend upcoming art market
Visitors and locals alike will be able to take home their very own symbol of Aotearoa mythology with the Maori Angel clay pieces created by Auckland local and contemporary Maori clay artist Carla Ruka.
The Warrior and The Lover, Portrait | Sofia Minson Artist
Original painting SOLD, oil, acrylic, plaited rope and woven flax on wooden board, 788 x 720mm, 2014 Explore the story of the artwork >> Print sizes and editions (limited to 75) Regular
Tuihana, Animals + Birds | Sofia Minson Artist
Original painting SOLD, acrylic and flashe on canvas 1630 x 1080mm (including frame), 2016Explore the story of the artwork >> Print sizes and editions (limited to 95) Extra Large museum canvas
Gods of the natural world
Traditionally, Māori divided the natural world into realms ruled by various gods. These gods, the children of Ranginui (sky) and Papatūānuku (earth), were seen as the original kaitiaki (guardians) of their realms. Kaitiakitanga was based around these ...