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Maori art

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Considering using taniko plaiting with metal fibres to make Maori wedding headband! Flax Weaving, Inkle Weaving, Tablet Weaving, Maori Designs, Art Maori, Maori Symbols, Maori Patterns, Finger Weaving, Maori People

Considering using taniko plaiting with metal fibres to make Maori wedding headband!

Tāniko designs – Māori weaving and tukutuku – te raranga me te whatu – Te Ara Encyclopedia o Weaving Designs, Weaving Patterns, Knitting Patterns, Maori Designs, Flax Weaving, Weaving Art, Maori Patterns, Style Patterns, Zealand Tattoo

Tāniko designs

These are three of the more common tāniko weaving designs. The names of these designs vary from tribe to tribe, and in any case are often purely functional and not descriptive. Tāniko expert Hirini [no-lexicon]Moko[/no-lexicon] Mead says, 'The names used could be as irrational as those ...

Te Ao Hurihuri (The changing world), tukutuku (woven wall panel), by James and Catherine Schuster, Te Rōpū Raranga Whatu o Aotearoa (National Collective of Māori Weavers in New Zealand). Photograph © Craig Robertson, Full Frame Photography Ltd. Hawaiian Tribal Tattoos, Samoan Tribal Tattoos, Maori Tattoos, Flax Weaving, Paper Weaving, Weaving Art, Maori Patterns, Flax Flowers, Cultural Crafts

2014 past exhibitions

Te ao hurihuri (The changing world), tukutuku (woven wall panel), 2013, by James and Catherine Schuster, Te Rōpū Raranga

taniko patterns ~ traditional maori, new zealand Flax Weaving, Inkle Weaving, Inkle Loom, Hand Weaving, Maori Patterns, Peyote Patterns, Weaving Patterns, Cross Stitch Patterns, Navajo

Unbleached cotton kete with woven taniko bands stitched to the bags. These bags were made for using

Ki te Whai Ao ki te Ao Marama Flax Weaving, Weaving Art, Weaving Patterns, Hand Weaving, Maori Patterns, Macrame Wall Hanging Diy, Maori Designs, Nz Art, Maori Art

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

Aramoana and Tukemata patterns with a dominant chevron shape that are either plain (Aramoana - ocean waves) or have a serrated appearance (Tukemata) Maori Designs, Abstract Sculpture, Wood Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture, Graph Design, Pattern Design, Maori Patterns, Maori People, New Zealand Art

Waharua or Whakarua Kopito Two mouths or openings or two point patterns that extend downwards in two or more complete repeats.