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 Do I post this under Zentangle/Doodles? Art Journal Inspiration, Painting Inspiration, Posca Art, Theme Tattoo, Ocean Art, Ocean Waves, Illustration, Surf Art, Doodle Art

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A play on Robert Indiana's pop art sculpture. "Aroha" meaning LOVE in Maori (New Zealand native language) and also Kiwi slang. Also "Arohanui" meaning "big/much love". (Not Japanese for "aloha" ; Maori Designs, Cool Designs, Indiana Love, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Design Crafts, Typography Design

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Bronwyn Waipuka Kura Gallery Maori Art Design New Zealand Mana Wahine Series Framed Digital Print Ngahere The Forest Tahiti, Maori Symbols, Maori Patterns, Polynesian Art, Maori Designs, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Maori Art, Kiwiana

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Bronwyn Waipuka Kura Gallery Maori Art Design New Zealand Mana Wahine Series Framed Digital Print Ngahere The Forest

An abalone is a very large sea snail. Abalones are a different shape to most snails - they have a wide, flat shell. You can still see the spiral shape in their shell. Abalones are caught and eaten as food, and their shells are used to make jewellery. Foto Poster, Abalone Shell, Paua Shell, Rocks And Gems, Ocean Life, Rocks And Minerals, Sea Creatures, Under The Sea, Nautilus

Detail of Embedded Abalone Shell, Fireplace in Brockton Villa, La Jolla, California

The fireplace at Brockton Villa Restaurant in La Jolla, California, is embedded with dozens of abalone shells. The house was built in 1894, although this fireplace with its abalone decoration is dated to the 1920's.

Paua Shell Tragus Earring Hoop Yellow by Holylandstreasures Tragus Piercings, Peircings, Cartilage Earrings, Piercing Tattoo, Hoop Earrings, Cute Jewelry, Hair Jewelry, Jewellery, Ear Piercings

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Paua Shell - Paua is a species of abalone (Haliotis Iris), it is only found in the sea around New Zealand. Paua Shell, Abalone Shell, Dame Nature, Fotografia Macro, Kiwiana, To Infinity And Beyond, Back To Nature, Ocean Life, Tahiti

Paua Shell

Paua is a species of abalone (Haliotis Iris), it is only found in the sea around New Zealand. This marine mollusk eats seaweed and lives clinging to rocks at depths of 1-10 meters, normally along the shoreline. There is no other shell in the world that has the colour like Paua Shell colour that varies from greens & pinks to purples & blues and even some shells with gold or crimson tonings. The colour in the paua shell changes when viewed at different angles. This iridescence, similar to that…

A 300 year old ornamental Maori adze-head, New Zealand. Made of Pounamu (Nephrite or Greenstone) Maori Symbols, Long White Cloud, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Kiwiana, The Beautiful Country, Indigenous Art, Human Art, Art Plastique

Pounamu Pendant

A 300 year old ornamental Maori adze-head, made of Pounamu (Nephrite or Greenstone). Note the small hole drilled at the top for suspension on a fine cord worn around the neck. It was found in 1972 during archaeological excavations at Lagoon Flat, Claverley (Kaikoura coast).

The Moeraki Boulders, found on Koekohe Beach near Moeraki on New Zealand’s coa. The Moeraki Boulders, found on Koekohe Beach near Moeraki on New Zealand’s coast. The huge, gray, spherical stones for Foto Nature, All Nature, Amazing Nature, Science Nature, Places To Travel, Places To See, Beautiful World, Beautiful Places, Moeraki Boulders

The Moeraki Boulders, found on Koekohe Beach near Moeraki on New Zealand’s coast. The huge, gray, spherical stones formed in sediment on the sea floor 60 million years ago and were revealed by shoreline erosion. The boulders, some of which stand alone and some in clusters, can weigh several tons and measure 10 feet across. from Green Renaissance

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Woman weaving a food basket (rourou or kono) from flax leaves, at Koroniti Flax Weaving, Weaving Art, Basket Weaving, New Zealand Flax, Polynesian People, Cultural Crafts, Maori People, Maori Art, Museum

Woman weaving a food basket (rourou or kono) from flax leaves, at Koroniti | National Library of New Zealand

Woman seated on a flax mat weaving a food basket (rourou or kono) from flax leaves at Koroniti. Photographed by James Ingram McDonald in 1921. Qua...

Shona Tawhiao will be doing her part to shine the spotlight on Pacific designers next month when she goes from her workshop in Avondale to the catwalks of London. Fashion Designer, Fashion Art, Fashion Tips, Flax Weaving, Recycled Dress, Maori Designs, Maori Art, Recycled Fashion, Showcase Design

Pacific designs showcased

Shona Tawhiao will be doing her part to shine the spotlight on Pacific designers next month when she goes from her workshop in Avondale to the catwalks of London.

New Zealand Christmas Tree Pohutukawa Trees Maitai Bay Karikari Peninsula East Coast North Island: Scientific Name: Metrosideros excelsa The Beautiful Country, Beautiful World, Beautiful Homes, New Zealand Art, Kiwiana, Tree Photography, Garden Trees, Nature Photos, Vacation Spots

New Zealand Christmas Tree Pohutukawa Trees Maitai Bay Karikari Peninsula East Coast North Island | Photo, Information

Bright and colourful Pohutukawa Trees line the shores of a small cove at Maitai Bay along the Karikari Peninsula on the East Coast of the North Island in New Zealand. These trees are also called the New Zealand Christmas Tree.