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Woven Series: Grey Speckle & Green 3 | Michelle Huizinga Michelle Huizinga works from her studio in the Waitākere Ranges. Her exquisite sculptural pieces reflect the colours and earth tones of her environment. These beautiful vases are made using a Light Grey Speckle Clay with white glaze dip and green paper fibre wire weaving.
Woven Series: Grey Speckle & Green 3
Woven Series: Grey Speckle & Green 3 | Michelle Huizinga Michelle Huizinga works from her studio in the Waitākere Ranges. Her exquisite sculptural pieces reflect the colours and earth tones of her environment. These beautiful vases are made using a Light Grey Speckle Clay with white glaze dip and green paper fibre wire weaving.
Introducing the Rimu Toki, a uniquely handcrafted piece built from Rimu wood, finished with danish oil. The Toki represents Rejuvenation with its nail holes being filled with black so its past is not hidden. Shannon saw this in a villa/bungalow that was recently renovated.
Rimu Toki
Introducing the Rimu Toki, a uniquely handcrafted piece built from Rimu wood, finished with danish oil. The Toki represents Rejuvenation with its nail holes being filled with black so its past is not hidden. Shannon saw this in a villa/bungalow that was recently renovated.
Explore the beauty of nature with this hand-woven Woven Rattan and charred driftwood wall sculpture, by Jasmine Clark. Its unique shadows create a mesmerizing aesthetic, perfect for any home with a taste for the outdoors that brings the outdoors shadows in. Add this exquisite piece to your home and be amazed by its timeless charm!
Tide Catcher
Explore the beauty of nature with this hand-woven Woven Rattan and charred driftwood wall sculpture, by Jasmine Clark. Its unique shadows create a mesmerizing aesthetic, perfect for any home with a taste for the outdoors that brings the outdoors shadows in. Add this exquisite piece to your home and be amazed by its timeless charm!
Using recycled copper sheet, Daniel Wright has created this spectacular set of 4 stingrays which are designed to be hung on the wall.
Stingray - Set of 4 #9
Using recycled copper sheet, Daniel Wright has created this spectacular set of 4 stingrays which are designed to be hung on the wall.
Traditionally made from flax, Anna Gedson has woven this stunning poi using aluminium sheet & has created a stunning sculptural piece for the wall. Each sculptural Poi is sold as a pair. Aluminium Sheet, Sculpture, Woven, Stunning, Flax, Create, Piecings, Anna, Sold
Traditionally made from flax, Anna Gedson has woven this stunning poi using aluminium sheet & has created a stunning sculptural piece for the wall. Each sculptural Poi is sold as a pair.
The stand-out piece is hand woven with copper and powder-coated aluminium over a timber substrate. It draws the eye and catches the light beautifully. Anna Gedson is a Bay of Plenty-based artist who is deeply inspired by her Māori heritage. She endeavours to give each of her sculptural works a unique and contemporary appearance. Anna enjoys working with a combination of materials (flax, feathers, metal) to achieve her visual sculptures. Bay Of Plenty, Substrate, Red Orange, Feathers, Timber, Aluminium, Sculptures
Orange, Reds And Copper Rimu Putiputi
The stand-out piece is hand woven with copper and powder-coated aluminium over a timber substrate. It draws the eye and catches the light beautifully. Anna Gedson is a Bay of Plenty-based artist who is deeply inspired by her Māori heritage. She endeavours to give each of her sculptural works a unique and contemporary appearance. Anna enjoys working with a combination of materials (flax, feathers, metal) to achieve her visual sculptures.
The stand-out piece is hand woven with copper and powder-coated aluminium over a timber substrate. It draws the eye and catches the light beautifully. Anna Gedson is a Bay of Plenty-based artist who is deeply inspired by her Māori heritage. She endeavours to give each of her sculptural works a unique and contemporary appearance. Anna enjoys working with a combination of materials (flax, feathers, metal) to achieve her visual sculptures. Pink White
Pinks, White And Copper Rimu Putiputi
The stand-out piece is hand woven with copper and powder-coated aluminium over a timber substrate. It draws the eye and catches the light beautifully. Anna Gedson is a Bay of Plenty-based artist who is deeply inspired by her Māori heritage. She endeavours to give each of her sculptural works a unique and contemporary appearance. Anna enjoys working with a combination of materials (flax, feathers, metal) to achieve her visual sculptures.
Room With A View | Kirsty Nixon Admire nature in all its beauty with Kirsty Nixon's stunning Room With A View outdoor artwork. Rendered onto aluminum, this vibrant print captures the essence of New Zealand's flora and fauna, perfect for adding a special touch to your home or office. Durable and designed for outdoor display, Kirsty's statement pieces can weather the elements for years to come. Outdoor Artwork, Stud Walls, Cover Artwork, Wall Anchors, Contemporary Wall Art, Flora And Fauna, Art World, Painting Frames, Giclee Print
Room With A View - Outdoor Artwork
Room With A View | Kirsty Nixon Admire nature in all its beauty with Kirsty Nixon's stunning Room With A View outdoor artwork. Rendered onto aluminum, this vibrant print captures the essence of New Zealand's flora and fauna, perfect for adding a special touch to your home or office. Durable and designed for outdoor display, Kirsty's statement pieces can weather the elements for years to come.
Small Tekoteko Figure | Tim Codyre Tim is a carver local to Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland in Aotearoa / New Zealand. Tekoteko is a carved human form which is either the whole body or head, either freestanding or attached to the gable of a whare. When found on a Marae they would have been likely carved to depict a certain tipuna or ancestors who had a significant influence to the Hapu or Iwi. This tekoteko is a beautiful addition to any space - domestic or commercial. Nz Art, Maori Art, The Gables, Carver, Auckland, Wood Art, Free Standing, New Zealand, Domestic
Small Tekoteko Figure
Small Tekoteko Figure | Tim Codyre Tim is a carver local to Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland in Aotearoa / New Zealand. Tekoteko is a carved human form which is either the whole body or head, either freestanding or attached to the gable of a whare. When found on a Marae they would have been likely carved to depict a certain tipuna or ancestors who had a significant influence to the Hapu or Iwi. This tekoteko is a beautiful addition to any space - domestic or commercial.
Experience the natural beauty of Aotearoa with this breathtaking sculpture by Mat Scott, crafted from recycled Dargaville swamp kauri. Perfect for any home or business, it will bring a touch of drama and elegance to your space. Made in Auckland, it captures the essence of our land's flora and fauna. Tui, Swamp, Breathtaking, Natural Beauty, Scott, Essence
Tui Feather 2080mm - Black Dargaville Swamp Kauri
Experience the natural beauty of Aotearoa with this breathtaking sculpture by Mat Scott, crafted from recycled Dargaville swamp kauri. Perfect for any home or business, it will bring a touch of drama and elegance to your space. Made in Auckland, it captures the essence of our land's flora and fauna.
Cathy creates delicate stitched forms of machine embroidery that is created through hours of sewing building up networks of stitch layers that is then sculpted into textile art forms. With all of her work based on animals, insects and plants that are only found in Aotearoa. Due to the way the art is created, no two pieces are ever identical giving each piece its own unique quality. Textile Art, Art Forms, Machine Embroidery, Sculpting, Insects, Layers, Delicate, Textiles, Stitch
Mahoe Leaf
Cathy creates delicate stitched forms of machine embroidery that is created through hours of sewing building up networks of stitch layers that is then sculpted into textile art forms. With all of her work based on animals, insects and plants that are only found in Aotearoa. Due to the way the art is created, no two pieces are ever identical giving each piece its own unique quality.
Hand made from recycled fabrics these Huia Feathers have been mounted and framed in a simple black frame so as not to take away from the natural beauty of the feather itself. Part of the wattlebird family which includes Kokako, and Saddleback, Huia were blackbirds with an iridescent green gloss, and an orange wattle at the base of their ivory beaks. They had twelve tail feathers that were each tipped with a 2-3cm band of white and measured approximately 20cms in length. Blackbirds, Iridescent Green, Tail Feathers, Recycled Fabric, Recycling, Precious, Ivory, Fabrics
12 Huia Feather Original - "Precious"
Hand made from recycled fabrics these Huia Feathers have been mounted and framed in a simple black frame so as not to take away from the natural beauty of the feather itself. Part of the wattlebird family which includes Kokako, and Saddleback, Huia were blackbirds with an iridescent green gloss, and an orange wattle at the base of their ivory beaks. They had twelve tail feathers that were each tipped with a 2-3cm band of white and measured approximately 20cms in length.
Mike Paora is of Ngāpuhi and Ngāti Tūwharetoa descent and resides in Whangārei. He sometimes has his partner Ruth and their 5 children assist him with his creations. Passionate about upcycling and sustainability, Mike Paora dedicates his craft to breathing new life into donated and salvaged timbers, with a special focus on our native timbers that would otherwise end up in the landfills. Whangarei, New Life, Ruth, Nativity, Sustainability, Focus, Craft
RIMU TUKU TUTU
Mike Paora is of Ngāpuhi and Ngāti Tūwharetoa descent and resides in Whangārei. He sometimes has his partner Ruth and their 5 children assist him with his creations. Passionate about upcycling and sustainability, Mike Paora dedicates his craft to breathing new life into donated and salvaged timbers, with a special focus on our native timbers that would otherwise end up in the landfills.
Passionate about upcycling and sustainability, Mike Paora dedicates his craft to breathing new life into donated and salvaged timbers, with a special focus on our native timbers that would otherwise end up in the landfills. As a seasoned carpenter, Mike embraces the challenge of working with these unique timbers, many of which are no longer readily available. Finding Purpose, Microfiber Cloth, Carpenter, Sunkissed, Drawing Inspiration
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Passionate about upcycling and sustainability, Mike Paora dedicates his craft to breathing new life into donated and salvaged timbers, with a special focus on our native timbers that would otherwise end up in the landfills. As a seasoned carpenter, Mike embraces the challenge of working with these unique timbers, many of which are no longer readily available.
This 19th-century pūtātara was crafted by a carver from Tāmaki Makaurau, Aotearoa (New Zealand). Possessed by chiefly families as treasured heirlooms, a pūtātara was a tool used to communicate long distances. The shell, typically made from a native conch, had a wooden carved mouthpiece and was connected to a feather and muka (flax fibre) thong. When blown, it produced a loud sound that could travel far. Sometime a non-native species of triton shell would wash up on northern beaches. Flax Fiber, Triton, Conch, Heirlooms, Loud, Beaches, 19th Century, Families
Pūtātara
This 19th-century pūtātara was crafted by a carver from Tāmaki Makaurau, Aotearoa (New Zealand). Possessed by chiefly families as treasured heirlooms, a pūtātara was a tool used to communicate long distances. The shell, typically made from a native conch, had a wooden carved mouthpiece and was connected to a feather and muka (flax fibre) thong. When blown, it produced a loud sound that could travel far. Sometime a non-native species of triton shell would wash up on northern beaches.