Joel Nicholls – Kura Gallery: Maori and New Zealand Art + Design.
Kura Gallery Aotearoa Art + Design – we exhibit and sell an extensive range of original quality Maori and New Zealand made art and design that is unique to Aotearoa. Established in 1998 Kura has artspaces in both Auckland and Wellington and represents established and emerging Maori and New Zealand artists.
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Huia Bird of New Zealand Tea Towel
Huia Bird of New Zealand Tea Towel A beautiful Tea towel featuring New Zealand's unique extinct Huia Bird.It's the small things in life that make you smile and this Villas of New Zealand inspired Tea Towel is sure to make your kitchen a cheery place. New Zealand Kiwiana themed Tea Towel. A great souvenir from New Zeala
REMASTERED ANTIQUE PRINTS FOR THE MOST DISCERNING EYES
AMAZING IMAGES RECOVERED FROM THE PAST. The finest images from the past 500 years fully restored to their original colours. As drawn and seen by John Audubon, George Edwards, Edward Donovan, Edward Lear, Mark Catesby, Maria Sibylla Merian, John Curtis, John Gould, Konrad Gesner, Rembrandt, Lizars, Johan Seligmann and many more. Images free from printing, colouring and engraving defects. Light-fast prints on museum quality, archive paper guaranteed to last for many…
Photographs - Fiona Pardington - Australian Art Auction Records
Discover the value of your art. Our database has art auction market prices for Fiona Pardington, 1961-., New Zealand and other Australian and New Zealand artists covering the last 40 years sales.
What was New Zealand's first fully protected native bird? | Te Papa’s Blog
I suspect that this is a question that few people have given much thought to. The answer should be as much a part of our conservation heritage as our first national park (Tongariro, 1887). The national park answer can be found in many conservation reference books and websites, but fewRead more
Apologies everyone, haven't painted since last exhibition and have become addicted to archery,,,daughter-in-law responsible, wanted me to join her in training for the World Masters games here in Auckland next year...requires about an hour of daily ...