‘Papatūānuku – the rhythm of the land’
Papatūānuku, the earth mother in Māori tradition, is seen as the birthplace of all things. This painting is by Victor Tukuafu, who is of Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Tūwharetoa and Tongan descent.
The surfboard can be a work of art, as this carved decorative board made by Aaron Kereopa of Raglan shows. The board is called ‘Whai’ and its design was inspired by the way killer whales hunt stingrays in Raglan Harbour.
Tania's fine art reproductions are custom made to order. They are printed using archival pigment ink on acid free premium grade cotton rag paper 310GSM or a cotton canvas 410GSM including a high performance liquid laminate U.V protective coating. The colour saturation and detail is superb. Each print is hand signed by the artist. All prints are made upon demand. Please allow 10-14 days for delivery of your print order. If you require a special order or a size larger than listed…
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The Body of Matariki by Victor Lee Te Paa, Māori artist (KX101104)
Medium: acrylic on plywood. Size: 12 x 12 inches. "This full portrait represents Matariki in human form. Her facial tattoos and feathers express our relationship to our surroundings.
Sofia Minson – Parnell Gallery
From her studio in Auckland, New Zealand, Sofia Minson paints bold, soulful, finely detailed portraits, landscapes and surreal oil works. She is inspired by the land, myths and people of Aotearoa (NZ) as well as the unity she sees amongst richly diverse cultures from around the world.
Māori Moko kauae
Contempory Koori Artist Melle Haimona specialises in acrylic abstract and digital paintings. Buy online or join her for your very own paint n' sip art class!
Rehutai and Tangimoana
This painting by Bronwyn Waipuka illustrates a story by Wairarapa kaumātua (elder) Mita Carter. Rehutai and Tangimoana were beautiful twin sisters who lived on the banks of the Ruamāhanga River. Both fell in love with Rautoroa, a handsome warrior, who could not decide which of them to marry. ...