Kupe carving and tukutuku panel
The great explorer Kupe named a number of features in Wellington Harbour – including Matiu (Somes Island) and Mākaro (Ward Island), after his daughters. Kupe is on the right side of this panel, with Matiu and Mākaro at the bottom. On the left is the ...
Kaupapa on taniko waistband worked in natural, red and dyed black muka. Patterns are niho taniwha. Whatu weave. Five whenu to every 10mm. Thin whiri plait along the top of waistband is twisted with red coloured muka. No kaupapa on back of piupiu. On frontside pattern there are two broad black strips running horizontally. There is also two red and natural coloured poipoi attached to waistband.
Krishna Aoraki, Landscape + Nature | Sofia Minson Artist
Original painting SOLD, flashe (acrylic vinyl) on moulded fibreglass board, 1556 x 1336mm (including gold frame), 2017Explore the story of the artwork >> Print sizes and editions (limited to 95
Bi-cultural Early Childhood Education Posters – full set
These resources have been developed from the research project Building Kaupapa Māori into Early Childhood Education undertaken by Ngaroma Williams and Mary Elizabeth Broadley. These posters will complement the existing project resources.