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Artform New Zealand Objects and Sculptures
Gallery of NZ made Objects in Glass and Ceramic, Metals & Wood, as well as Wall Art, Sculpture and Jewellery . Made by over 60 artists from around New Zealand, the gallery is a visual represenation of how New Zealand gains its' inspiration from nature - our landscape and shorelines, our remote geograpic position and 'can do' attitude. The raw sophistication of our country is in each piece
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Kōrero kākahu: Veranoa Hetet and Te Rōpu Miro | Te Papa’s Blog
Veranoa Hetet and her group of weavers Te Rōpu Miro have been the weavers in residence for the Kahu Ora Living Cloaks exhibition for the last few weeks. Time goes so fast and it’s hard to believe this will be their last weekend at Te Papa, as they finish on Sunday 2 September. Veranoa and herRead more
Kaupapa on taniko waistband worked in natural, red and dyed black muka. Patterns are niho taniwha. Whatu weave. Five whenu to every 10mm. Thin whiri plait along the top of waistband is twisted with red coloured muka. No kaupapa on back of piupiu. On frontside pattern there are two broad black strips running horizontally. There is also two red and natural coloured poipoi attached to waistband.
Portrait | Courtney Rutledge by David K. Shields
At a Glance – David K. Shields shares his work for a recent Te Rongo Kirkwood exhibition, a Maori art project showing the stages of life.