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Maori Gods

Collection by Oskar Rose

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Tāne Mahuta • God of the Forest and its Creatures by Rex Homan, Māori artist (KR70902) Body Art Tattoos, Maori Tattoos, Tribal Tattoos, Tiki Maske, Polynesian Art, Samoan Tribal, Filipino Tribal, Cross Tattoo For Men, Nz Art

Past Exhibitions

Tāne Mahuta • God of the Forest and its Creatures by Rex Homan, Māori artist (KR70902)

Tāne Mahuta • God of the Forest by Todd Couper, Māori artist (KC130301) Abstract Sculpture, Lion Sculpture, Maori Words, Polynesian People, Maori Patterns, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Bone Carving, Indigenous Art

Past Exhibitions

Tāne Mahuta • God of the Forest by Todd Couper, Māori artist (KC130301)

Te Ranginui & Papatuanuku, bone pieces inlaid in years old Kauri slab, won art award in 2009 Maori Art, Blank Space, Arts Award, Artist Gallery, Wearable Art, Jade, Art Ideas, Sculptures, Carving

Featured Artists Galleries

Featured artists galleries showing unique hand crafted necklaces, sculptures and wearable art in modern and traditional styles carved in jade, bone and wood.

Papa and Rangi - Māori Creation Myth Abel Tasman National Park, Polynesian Art, Creation Myth, God Of War, Future Travel, Wood Carving, Mists, Mythology, Monsters

Papa and Rangi - Māori Creation Myth

Papatuanuku and Ranginui, Papa and Rangi, Earth and Sky Māori Creation Myth In the beginning lived Papa and Rangi. Their love was so strong that their children were trapped between them in the darkness of their embrace. Tūmatauenga wants to kill their parents. After much pushing and shoving Tāne managed to separate his parents and let the children of Papa and Rangi escape and create the world as we know it. The disappointment of Papa and Rangi at being separate was great. Papa became Earth…