A work from Kirsty Gardiners current exhibition in New Zealand, called "Portmanteau: A Cabinet of Curiosities." She has done a series of bird/shells she calls "Conus Avaian"

A work from Kirsty Gardiners current exhibition in New Zealand, called "Portmanteau: A Cabinet of Curiosities." She has done a series of bird/shells she calls "Conus Avaian"

One of Kirsty Gardiners amazing ceramics

One of Kirsty Gardiners amazing ceramics

Trophies for the Afterlife 2014. Detail of deer's head. By Mrs Gardiner

Trophies for the Afterlife 2014 detail of deer's head

Wheel thrown and assembled. Shell Jar. Mid fired porcelain. 2013. By Mrs Gardiner

Wheel thrown and assembled. By Kirsty Gardiner

Diomedea Laysan, created as a tribute to a 62 year old Albatross, tagged in the 50's and called Wisdom, way back then, who was spotted sitting on a chick this spring just gone, aged 62, the oldest known albatross alive, yet alone still breeding. Porcelain, assembled. By Mrs Gardiner

Diomedea Laysan, created as a tribute to a 62 year old Albatross, tagged in the 50's and called Wisdom, way back then, who was spotted sitting on a chick this spring just gone, aged 62, the oldest known albatross alive, yet alone still breeding. Porcelain, assembled. By Mrs Gardiner

Detail from Artefacts: KG 2011, private collection. By Mrs Gardiner

Detail from Artefacts: KG private collection. By Kirsty Gardiner

Detail from "The Apothacaries Clients"  Private Collection 2010. By Mrs Gardiner

Detail from "The Apothacaries Clients" Private Collection By Mrs Gardiner

Moon Flight. Puriri Moth installation. Mid fired Porcelain. 2014. The Puriri Moth spends several years as a grub in the Puriri Tree, only to live for two days as a moth. By Kirsty Gardiner

The Puriri Moth spends several years as a grub in the Puriri Tree, only to live for two days as a moth. By Kirsty Gardiner

Memory Jar 2015 by Mrs Gardiner

Memory Jar 2015 by Mrs Gardiner

Detail I love from an early Kirsty Gardiner Sculpture called "Fetish"Thanks for all the pins, Heather x 2007

Detail I love from an early Kirsty Gardiner Sculpture called "Fetish"Thanks for all the pins, Heather x 2007

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