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Collection by Rangimarie McDowell

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Rangimarie McDowell
Portuguese “croças” - used by shepherds to protect themselves from rain. Flax Weaving, Willow Weaving, Basket Weaving, Folk Costume, Costumes, Maori Patterns, Portugal, Primitive Survival, Portuguese Culture

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In trás-os-montes e alto douro, the shepherds wore once thatched covers (croças) to protect themselves from the rain. today, the use of black clothing in mourning remains common, particularly in the villages of the interior of the country. The typical dress of the wood continues

NEW ZEALAND MAORI David K. Shields shares his work for a recent Te Rongo Kirkwood exhibition, a Maori art project showing the stages of life. Pretty People, Beautiful People, Maori Patterns, Polynesian People, Maori People, Long White Cloud, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Nz Art

Portrait | Courtney Rutledge by David K. Shields

At a Glance – David K. Shields shares his work for a recent Te Rongo Kirkwood exhibition, a Maori art project showing the stages of life.

Steps in making a Piupiu Photo: Michelle Mayn A piupiu is a skirt made from the leaves of the New Zealand flax, worn by Māori on ce. Flax Weaving, Basket Weaving, Art Floral, New Zealand Flax, Flax Flowers, Finger Weaving, Flax Fiber, Hand Lines, Maori Designs

Making a Piupiu

Steps in making a Piupiu Photo: Michelle Mayn A piupiu is a skirt made from the leaves of the New Zealand flax, worn by Māori on ce...

As sited by the URL "Maggie Papakura, wearing a korowai, seated in the carved doorway of Rauru house" Photograph from the collection of the Rotorua Museum. Once Were Warriors, Maori Words, Polynesian People, Maori People, New Zealand Art, Old Portraits, Maori Art, Historical Images, Bone Carving

Guide Maggie in Doorway of 'Rauru'; CP-1610 on NZ Museums

View of Maggie Papakura, wearing a korowai, seated in the carved doorway of Rauru house.

Te Arawa Māori women weavers floor mats woven for Te Rauru meeting house, Rotorua, New Zealand Polynesian People, Maori People, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Weaving Patterns, The Beautiful Country, Ancient Civilizations, Sculpture Art, Metal Sculptures

Te Arawa mat weavers, late 1890s

A collection of intricate and beautiful floor mats woven for Te Rauru meeting house at Whakarewarewa, Rotorua, are seen in this photo from about 1898. In front are some of the Te Arawa women who wove the mats. In 1910 Te Rauru was sold to a museum in Hamburg, Germany. From the 1980s Te Arawa ...

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

kari breitigam — New woven necklaces in the etsy shop. Weaving Projects, Weaving Art, Weaving Patterns, Tapestry Weaving, Loom Weaving, Hand Weaving, Textile Jewelry, Macrame Jewelry, Fabric Jewelry

kari breitigam — New woven necklaces in the etsy shop.

kari breitigam — New woven necklaces in the etsy shop.

 35 A Palm Leaf Kite from the New Hebrides From the Edge-Partington Album. Second Series Kite Surf, Kite Designs, Aboriginal People, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Forest School, Design Art, Design Ideas, Fiber Art

Fig. 35 A Palm Leaf Kite from the New Hebrides From the Edge-Partington Album. Second Series | NZETC

At the moment I’m interested in basing the concept of the underlying typeface on the tukutuku framework or panels. tukutuku panels are important features of wharenui holding important storytelling in. Willow Weaving, Basket Weaving, Maori Patterns, Maori Designs, Bamboo Art, Fabric Embellishment, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Wooden Slats

TUKUTUKU

At the moment I'm interested in basing the concept of the underlying typeface on the tukutuku framework or panels. tukutuku panels are important features of wharenui holding important storytelling in...