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Juxtapoz Magazine - Beautiful Portraits of Ethnic Women from Daniela Uhlig - Berlin artist and illustrator Daniela Uhlig shares some beautiful portraits of ethnic women using d - Tribal Tattoo Designs, Maori Designs, Tribal Tattoos, Maori Tattoos, Art Maori, Ta Moko Tattoo, Maori Face Tattoo, Thai Tattoo, Maori Patterns

Juxtapoz Magazine - Beautiful Portraits of Ethnic Women from Daniela Uhlig

Berlin artist and illustrator Daniela Uhlig shares some beautiful portraits of ethnic women using digital mediums. Prolific Berlin artist a...

previous pinner: Papatūānuku, the earth mother in Māori tradition, is seen as the birthplace of all things. This painting is by Victor Tukuafu, who is of Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Tūwharetoa and Tongan descent. Polynesian People, Polynesian Art, Maori People, Aboriginal Art, Aboriginal Culture, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Maori Art

‘Papatūānuku – the rhythm of the land’

Papatūānuku, the earth mother in Māori tradition, is seen as the birthplace of all things. This painting is by Victor Tukuafu, who is of Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Tūwharetoa and Tongan descent.

Hine-nui-te-Po is the goddess of the underworld and night, and daughter of the gods Tane and Hina. When she learned that Tane, who took her as his wife, was also her father, she fled to the underworld where she rules ever since. Tahiti, World Mythology, Polynesian Art, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Sacred Feminine

The Polynesian goddess of night, darkness and death; queen of the underworld. She is called 'Great Lady of the Night'. Hine-nui-te-Po is the daughter of Tane and Hina. When she learned that Tane, who took her as his wife, was also her father, she fled to the underworld where she rules ever since.

Elizabeth Kyle - Kahurangi o te Haeata (Maori for Lady of the Dawn) Maori Designs, Sculpture Art, Metal Sculptures, Abstract Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture, Maori People, Polynesian Art, New Zealand Art, Nz Art

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Elizabeth Kyle - Kahurangi o te Haeata (Maori for Lady of the Dawn) and Lady of the Dawn

Juxtapoz Magazine - Beautiful Portraits of Ethnic Women from Daniela Uhlig - Berlin artist and illustrator Daniela Uhlig shares some beautiful portraits of ethnic women using d - Tribal Tattoo Designs, Maori Designs, Tribal Tattoos, Maori Tattoos, Art Maori, Ta Moko Tattoo, Maori Face Tattoo, Thai Tattoo, Maori Patterns

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TIKIMAN is a creative community that supports, makes and sells indigenous Maori and Pacific Island art. Polynesian People, Polynesian Art, Maori People, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Africa Art

Seven Sisters / Matariki / Maori in maori star gazing, there's also another constellation besides the Seven Sisters, known as the Bird Catcher..

Bronwyn Waipuka Kura Gallery Maori Art Design New Zealand Mana Wahine Series Framed Digital Print Featured Artist Frank Morrison Art, Hawaiian Tribal, Hawaiian Tattoo, Polynesian Art, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Nordic Tattoo, Maori Art

Artists – 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.

 Maori Goddess of the Night. Only goddess in Maori Legend. Daughter of Tane Mahuta, god of the Forest and Birds, and Hineahuone, woman made from earth. Known today as Hinenuitepo. Began life as Hinetitama, the Dawn Maiden. Maori Legends, Samoan Tribal Tattoos, Maori Tattoos, Polynesian People, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Maori Art, Kiwiana

Hine-nui-te-pō

This painting by Danny Ngene Ngene is of Hine-nui-te-pō. Hine-nui-te-pō is also known as the goddess of death and traditionally when the deceased went to the underworld they would be welcomed by her.