Rangitoto View Canvas Print by Irina Velman
Canvas Art PrintImage size in millimetres: 300 x 300Viewed through a border of lush pohutukawa blossoms and flax fronds in flower this vibrant and colourful print of Auckland’s Rangitoto is printed on canvas. This canvas print can be stretched if you check the "stretch?" checkbox - ie delivered as a ready to hang framed canvas print that has been stretched around a wooden frame. NB: Velman's print has also been known under the original painting title "The Best Time of the Year".More prints…
Tui Vista Canvas Print by Irina Velman
NZ Art Print on CanvasImage size in millimetres: 500 x 400West Auckland artist Irina Velman knows how to use colour, her vibrant palette of oranges, yellows and reds is the antithesis of the drab green NZ landscape tradition. The default option for the Tui Vista canvas print is for the print delivered carefully rolled in a sturdy mailing tube, please select stretched if you would like this print to be delivered ready to hang (that is the canvas print framed by being stretched around a…
The Pukeko, Medium Art Block - Robyn Forbes | Shop New Zealand
Tucked away and surrounded by an amazing New Zealand orchard, birds and plant life, Robyn Forbes creates a gorgeous range of Art Blocks from the inspiration she gains at her home in Opotiki. Robyn Forbes has transformed the Pukeko into a beautiful piece of art. Robyn Forbes has developed a process to protect her paintings in resin, making them ideal for sending overseas as a gift or souvenir.
The Pukeko Is Voted Bird Of The Year!
The Pukeko has been voted 'Bird of the Year' by New Zealanders. The wetland bird that's thought to have landed on New Zealand shores around a thousand years ago from Australia is also known as a Purple Swamphen or a Purple Gallinule. Whatever name it's called, you'll find it in the US, Africa, parts of Europe, Asia and Melanesia. It's now won New Zealand Forest and Bird's Annual election and should be, in my opinion, sworn in as the country's new prime minister and invited to form a…
Angie Dennis – Parnell Gallery
Established Auckland artist Angie Dennis has been painting professionally since 2002. Originally from UK, she has made New Zealand her home since 1998, and has never looked back.