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New Zealand proud of heritage of its lively Maori culture, Driftwood Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Sculptures, Tiki Art, Tiki Tiki, Arte Tribal, Tribal Art, Maori Face Tattoo, Maori Patterns

12 February 2011 Christchurch, an amazing city

New journal from PolarTREC member Juan Botella

New Zealand proud of heritage of its lively Maori culture, Driftwood Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Sculptures, Tiki Art, Tiki Tiki, Arte Tribal, Tribal Art, Maori Face Tattoo, Maori Patterns

12 February 2011 Christchurch, an amazing city

New journal from PolarTREC member Juan Botella

Standing Ancestor Figure is a wood sculpture from the Maori culture. he figure represents either a god or a recently deceased male ancestor with a with an intricate curvilinear pattern of face tattoos (moko) that decorate the faces of Maori chieftains. Maori Face Tattoo, Maori Tattoos, Face Tattoos, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Art, New Zealand Art, Maori Tattoo Designs, Maori Art, Kiwiana

Standing Ancestor Figure New Zealand, Maori culture, possibly Rongowhakaata people Te Huringa period c. 1800–1840

Pouwhenua Maori carved pole of Tangaroa God of the Sea. Aotearoa // photo by Jenny & Tony Enderby for Lonely Planet New Zealand Image, Maori People, Maori Designs, Nz Art, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Tribal Art, First Nations, Ancient Art

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He Manawa whenua, He Manawa ora by Hemi Sundgren, Māori artist Wood Sculpture, Garden Sculpture, Long White Cloud, Arte Tribal, Maori Art, Soapstone, Woodcarving, Deities, Artist At Work

He Manawa whenua, He Manawa ora by Hemi Sundgren, Māori artist (K60104)

Medium: tōtara wood, soapstone. Size: 23 x 6 x 5 inches. This sculpture reinforces a connection to our natural environment. That although the majority of this environment has been physically taken away from us through successive governmental processes and acts, we have still maintained the importance of our spiritual connections and value systems surrounding it.