Sofia Minson.     "He kotuku rerenga tahi" is a whakatauki or proverb, which means "a white heron's flight is seen but once". It is used to indicate a very special and rare event and in this case refers to the arrival of Kupe and his waka Matawhaorua.

Sofia Minson "He Kotuku Rerenga Tahi" Original oil painting on canvas, 1300 x 2011 "He Kotuku Rerenga Tahi" was inspired by the legend of Kupe, the great Polynesian navigator and expresses universal themes of journeys, dynamic life and peace

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Dawn of Aotearoa

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Te Aroha Tino Nui

Original painting Sold, oil on canvas, 920 x 2007 Limited edition print available - scroll down and click 'add to cart' “Te Aroha Tino Nui” .

Te Aroha Tino Nui

Original painting Sold, oil on canvas, 920 x 2007 Limited edition print available - scroll down and click 'add to cart' “Te Aroha Tino Nui” .

Image of Whaanautanga - Sofia Minson

Whaanautanga

Image of Whaanautanga - Sofia Minson

Tauihuu

Original painting Sold, oil on canvas, 500 x 2011 Tauihu is the bow piece of a canoe. Of all the different types of Maori canoes, waka taua.

Image of He Rises from the Riverbed - Sofia Minson

He Rises from the Riverbed

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