Maori Treasures Gallery :: Auckland Museum, New Zealand.

Maori Treasures Gallery :: Auckland Museum, New Zealand.

Maori Carving, Whare Runanga, Waitangi, North Island, New Zealand, Pacific

Maori Carving, Whare Runanga, Waitangi, New Zealand

This is a acrylic art print finished on 18" x 36" gallery canvas, with black sides, ready to hang. It features iconic Maori and Polynesian art styles from New Zealand (Aotearoa) and the Pacific Islands. PM me if you are interested in purchasing a print to brighten your space or visit our online store at www.inspiacreative.com.au

This is a acrylic art print finished on x gallery canvas, with black…

Carved Whalebone Hei-Tiki Pendant  1800 to 1900  New Zealand

Finch & Co - New Zealand Maori Carved Whalebone Hei-Tiki Pendant

Polynesian Carved Greenstone Neck Pendant, Hei Tiki, Maori, New Zealand, 19th century, carved with oval shaped head, chin toward the left shoulder, right hand to the chest, left hand to the thigh, with haliotis shell ringlets around the pupils, pierced at top and bottom for suspension, ht. 6, wd. 3 1/2 in.

Polynesian Carved Greenstone Neck Pendant, Hei Tiki, Maori, New Zealand, 19th century, carved with oval shaped head, chin toward the left shoulder, right hand to the chest, left hand to the thigh, with haliotis shell ringlets around the pupils, pierced at top and bottom for suspension, ht. 6, wd. 3 1/2 in.

Tiki by lewis gardiner

Tiki by lewis gardiner

Tautoki Art Print by Johnson Witehira

Large Maori Tiki Wood Carving

Large Maori Tiki Wood Carving

Hei tiki presented to James Cook, October 1769. #Maori #Heitiki #Pounamu

Hei tiki presented to James Cook, October

Whakaotirangi, the wife of Ruaeo, was kidnapped by Tamatekapua and brought to New Zealand on the Te Arawa canoe. Both Tainui and Te Arawa traditions state that she was responsible for safeguarding the seed of the kūmara (sweet potato) on the voyage. In this carving at Ōtāwhao marae, Te Awamutu, she holds a basket of kūmara.

Whakaotirangi, the wife of Ruaeo, was kidnapped by Tamatekapua and brought to New Zealand on the Te Arawa canoe. Both Tainui and Te Arawa traditions state that she was responsible for safeguarding the seed of the kūmara (sweet potato) on the voyage. In this carving at Ōtāwhao marae, Te Awamutu, she holds a basket of kūmara.

A maori Pou - Aotearoa

Hei tiki with was eyes

Hei tiki with was eyes

Carving Wood, Maori, Origins, Art Reference, Art Ideas, Woodcarving, Wood Carving, Maori People, Carved Wood

"Pou" at the entrance of Arataki Visitor Center,New Zealand - Arataki / Waitakere Ranges | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

North Island - Waitakere Ranges, 'pou' at the entrance of the Arataki Visitor Centre. Taken with a Rollei Prego 90 > scan

Maori carving on a pou (guardian post) at Arataki Visitor Centre in the Waitakere Ranges Regional Park, Auckland, NZ

Maori carving on a pou (guardian post) at Arataki Visitor Centre in the Waitakere Ranges Regional Park, Auckland, NZ

Hei Tiki Paraoa, whalebone amulet with paua shell inlay. The hei-tiki /haɪˈtiːkiː/ is an ornamental pendant of the Māori which is worn around the neck. Hei-tiki are usually made of pounamu which is greenstone, and are considered a taonga (treasure).

Hei Tiki Paraoa, whalebone amulet with paua shell inlay. The hei-tiki /haɪˈtiːkiː/ is an ornamental pendant of the Māori which is worn around the neck. Hei-tiki are usually made of pounamu which is greenstone, and are considered a taonga (treasure).

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