Tukutuku patterns

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Tukutuku - Weaving Patterns in a Whare

Tukutuku - Weaving Patterns in a Whare

Samples of Tukutuku panels fourn in whare hui, or meeting houses and their meanings.

colours and geometric maori-inspired

Sisal - Rug Designer

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.

2014 past exhibitions

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

Tukutuku - Weaving Patterns in a Whare

Tukutuku - Weaving Patterns in a Whare

maori.org.nz Slide Shows: Tukutuku - Weaving Patterns in a Whare

This turapa (tukutuku) pattern, called Te Ara, is unique to Te Arawa. It symbolises the voyage of the canoe Te Arawa from Taputapuatea to Maketū 26 generations ago.

Te Ara turapa panel

This turapa (tukutuku) pattern, called Te Ara, is unique to Te Arawa. It symbolises the voyage of the canoe Te Arawa from Taputapuatea to Maketū 26 generations ago.

These ' Tukutuku ' panels were first gifted to Kohia Education Centre when it was housed in Kohia Terrace just over 20 years ago.

Day 88 Tukutuku panels

These 'Tukutuku' panels were first gifted to Kohia Education Centre when it was housed in Kohia Terrace just over 20 years ago.

Samples of Tukutuku panels fourn in whare hui, or meeting houses and their meanings.

Tukutuku - Weaving Patterns in a Whare

maori.org.nz Slide Shows: Tukutuku - Weaving Patterns in a Whare

Samples of Tukutuku panels fourn in whare hui, or meeting houses and their meanings.

Tukutuku - Weaving Patterns in a Whare

maori.org.nz Slide Shows: Tukutuku - Weaving Patterns in a Whare

The kaokao (bend or side of the ribs) designs of Te Arawa and East Coast iwi are formed by zig zag lines that create chevrons that…

tukutuku panel

Taonga Whakairo (carved treasure) by tohunga whakairo (master carver) Rangi Hetet in the Wellington, New Zealand national office of LINZ (Land Information New Zealand). Two of his daughters weaved the tukutuku (lattice work) in the center of the artwork.

Sopolemalama Filipe Tohi is a tufuga lalava, an expert in the Tongan art of binding with coconut sennit.

Travel finds for the global traveller – Part I: Bali and Down Under

As you plan to travel down under for the World Cup - watch cricket, explore the region, stop enroute at Bali, and fill your home with these priceless treasures!

World of Interiors - Mahia Penninsula Marae

Katie Lockhart Studio

Miniature Tukutuku by Fiona W Jones. Maori Patterns, Flax Weaving, A Boutique, Projects To Try, Objects, Miniatures, Crafts, Inspiration, Textiles

Miniature tukutuku (FJ187 )

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