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Cloaks

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This beautiful handmade Maori Feather Korowai Cloak , or kahu huruhuru, is made for a baby child. Flax Weaving, Weaving Art, Polynesian People, Maori Patterns, International Craft, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Art Carved

Baby or Child Maori Korowai Cloak from ShopNZ.com

This beautiful handmade Maori Feather Korowai Cloak , or kahu huruhuru, is made for a baby or child. It can also be used as a wallhanging. Dimensions of this korowai are approximately 63cm x 64cm (24 3/4" x 25"). The cloak is sewn on a sewing machine, making it affordable. Wonderful to wear at a christening, special function, or birthday, or to present as a corporate gift, or to keep as a unique and beautiful piece of Maori art. Would also be wonderful as a graduation…

This maori cloak has lots of different taniko patterning an example of this is the aramoana,sea stripes. Maori Patterns, Textile Patterns, Flax Weaving, Basket Weaving, Textiles, Maori People, Cultural Crafts, Maori Designs, Design Textile

This maori cloak has lots of different taniko patterning an example of this is the aramoana,sea stripes.

’Matariki Caper’ nā Kōhai Grace i whatu. Maori Designs, Polynesian Designs, Flax Weaving, Weaving Art, Weaving Patterns, Tahitian Costumes, Maori Tribe, Maori Art, Blue Feather

A Cape of Stars | Collections Online - Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

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Kakahu Korowai by Dame Rangimarie Hetet Flax Weaving, Weaving Art, Polynesian People, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Tattoo Machine, Body Tattoos

Dame Rangimarie Hetet

Dame Rangimarie Hetet | New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts

Kereru feathers on black muka mawhitiwhiti by Veranoa Hetet. The weaving was completed in It took Veranoa six years to complete and was started by her mother Erenora Puketapu-Hetet just before her passing in Flax Weaving, Weaving Art, Hand Weaving, How Beautiful, Beautiful Hands, Maori Patterns, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Maori Art

Kereru feathers on black muka mawhitiwhiti by Veranoa Hetet. The weaving was completed in 2012. It took Veranoa six years to complete and was started by her mother Erenora Puketapu-Hetet just before her passing in 2006.

Robin Hill Kura Gallery Maori Weaving New Zealand Art Design Pheasant Feather Korowai Flax Weaving, Feather Cape, Flax Flowers, Maori People, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Maori Art, Kiwiana

KURA WELCOMES ROBIN HILL – KOROWAI WEAVER – 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.

Introducing Maori Lifestyles: Inspired by Tradition Maori Designs, Flax Weaving, Weaving Art, Maori Patterns, Feather Cape, Creation Myth, New Zealand Art, Aboriginal Culture, French Collection

Introducing Maori Lifestyles

This blog provides a visual-verbal snapshot of Maori culture and contemporary Maori lifestyles in modern New Zealand. It presents my own experiences and observations of Maori culture and is not intended in anyway to be the definitive view on all things Maori, but rather an introduction for those who want to know more about Maori culture and its place in everyday bicultural New Zealand.

I have started something new. I got bored the other day so started sorting feathers and found a bag of big peahen feathers that were languis. Flax Weaving, Weaving Art, Weaving Patterns, Maori Patterns, Feather Cape, Maori Designs, Witch Spell, Maori Art, Textile Texture

Something new

I have started something new. I got bored the other day so started sorting feathers and found a bag of big peahen feathers that were languishing in the cupboard. Then it was making feather bundles till my fingers were had it. So I thought I'd better start something. By the end of the day I had it underway. The next afternoon I did some more. And yesterday afternoon some more. The feathers are actually quite big so my rows are further apart than usual and the bundles are further apart too…

Introducing Maori Lifestyles: Textiles at a Hui Flax Weaving, Weaving Art, Weaving Patterns, Hand Weaving, Feather Cape, Flax Flowers, Native Wears, Maori Designs, Maori Art

Introducing Maori Lifestyles

This blog provides a visual-verbal snapshot of Maori culture and contemporary Maori lifestyles in modern New Zealand. It presents my own experiences and observations of Maori culture and is not intended in anyway to be the definitive view on all things Maori, but rather an introduction for those who want to know more about Maori culture and its place in everyday bicultural New Zealand.

Rapaki Mawhiti Flax Weaving, Wedding Pantsuit, Flax Clothing, Maori Designs, Cloaks, Aprons, Aztec, Weave, Feather

Cheree Te Orangaroa Downes | Artbay Gallery

Artist Profile: Cheree Te Orangaroa Downes Cheree Te Orangaroa Downes is a Maori artist from Waihopai (Invercargill). A member of the Kai Tahu, Kati Mamae, Waitaha, Ngati Tuwharetoa and Ngati Hine iwi (tribes), her work is crafted using traditional techniques, handed down through many generations. Cheree T O Downes’ ta

Due to huge interest in an exhibition of Maori kakahu, or cloaks, from artists including the renown weaving family Hetet-Te Kanawa; free access to the exhibition has been allowed by the organisers before the wider Miromoda fashion show. Flax Weaving, Weaving Art, Weaving Patterns, Textile Patterns, Textiles, Basket Weaving, Maori Designs, Maori Patterns, Feather Cape

Free Wgtn public admission to see top level weaving in Miromoda Exhibition

Due to huge interest in an exhibition of Maori kakahu, or cloaks, from artists including the renown weaving family Hetet-Te Kanawa; free access to the exhibition has been allowed by the organisers before the wider Miromoda fashion show.