Gina Kiel Wellington, New Zealand. 'Title unknown'.

Wellington, New Zealand artist Gina Kiel

The Polynesian goddess of night, darkness and death; queen of the underworld. She is called 'Great Lady of the Night'. Hine-nui-te-Po is the daughter of Tane and Hina. When she learned that Tane, who took her as his wife, was also her father, she fled to the underworld where she rules ever since.

The Polynesian goddess of night, darkness and death; queen of the underworld…

Maori Design by Sam Clark

Brown, black and white in pencil, coloured pencil and ink on paper. With Maori motifs. By Sam Clark NZ artist.

digital art inspired by the Maori new year Matariki, and star cluster, also a dedication to the beauty that is our Maori wahine. I wanted to give the artwork a celestial feel, not like gods, but apart of the stars and systems, a synergy within. giving you that sense of scope and scale http://www.facebook.com/onesianArt

Seven Sisters 1 (Matariki 'Seven Sisters' collection) by Allen Villi (Onesian).

simple maori designs fantail - Google Search

Fantail by New Zealand artist Flox (Hayley King). Artwork for Fly My Pretties…

Matariki - the face of godgoddess. In some Maori traditions the star cluster of Pleides is called Matariki, the seven sisters.

~~ Matariki - the face of god\goddess. In some Maori traditions the star cluster of Pleides is called Matariki, the seven sisters.

Description - Maori au visage tatoué (Maori man with a tattoed face) Date - 1860-1889 Source - Photothèque du Musée de l'Homme via French National Library

midnight-gallery: “ Māori Tā Moko face marking was a sacred practice among the indigenous tribes of New Zealand. Each moko design was unique to each individual, (no two designs were ever the same as.

The Tohunga by Paul Jackson  Oil on linen

Paul Jackson here , here and here ''Paul Jackson's paintings present a distorted realism, utilising his considerable skills in p.

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