digital art inspired by the Maori new year Matariki, and star cluster, also a dedication to the beauty that is our Maori wahine.    I wanted to give the artwork a celestial feel, not like gods, but apart of the stars and systems, a synergy within. giving you that sense of scope and scale

Seven Sisters 1 (Matariki 'Seven Sisters' collection) by Allen Villi (Onesian).

Carla is a contemporary Maori Artist from the Hokianga  |  Aotearoa, Nz.  She is a part of the Taitokerau Maori Arts Collective and Nga Kaihanga Uku, a national collective of Maori clayworkers.  Her anahera - angel - series is recognised and collected - | Maori | Art | Sculpture |

Visitors and locals alike will be able to take home their very own symbol of Aotearoa mythology with the Maori Angel clay pieces created by Auckland local and contemporary Maori clay artist Carla Ruka.

Vision - Matariki

~~ Matariki - the face of god\goddess. In some Maori traditions the star cluster of Pleides is called Matariki, the seven sisters.

Maori Babushka Dolls

Wahine Stacking Dolls Caroline Mitchell Designed in New Zealand our handmade stacking dolls come as a set of 4 dolls.

Kowhaiwhai patterns

Set of five seamless traditional Maori national Kowhaiwhai patterns....

Maori National Flag   Black – represents Te Korekore, the realm of Potential Being. It represents the long darkness from whence the world emerged. It represents the heavens. The male element is formless, floating and passive.  White – represents Te Ao Marama, the realm of Being and Light. It is the Physical World. White also symbolises purity, harmony, enlightenment, and balance.

Maori flag, The Maori Independence (Tino Rangatiratanga) movement’s flag. The flag is black, red and white. Black represents Te Korekore (the realm of poten