About This Artwork This is the second drawing in a series of 3 vintage Maori dolls. He is wearing a Kakahu (feather cloak) with Taniko design band, a Pounamu Tiki pendant around his neck and he is holding a Taiaha. 'Te Hira' was named after Melissa's Great Uncle Te Hira, who was named (the story goes) by a Maori Chief living in Waimate who struck a friendship with Melissa's Great Grandfather as they lived next door to one another - 5 of his children were named by his friend - Wanaka, Hinemoa, Rewa, Te Hira and Koa. Melissa loves this...
About This Artwork
NZ's own little spotted kiwi. A play on words.
This gorgeous little kiwi is a popular memento for visitors to New Zealand and we also think she makes the perfect gift to welcome a new born or brighten a room with a soft colour palette. We can supply this little beauty framed. Also available with a blue or natural boarder.
Original Medium: Acrylic and graphite on paper Original Scale: 8.26 x 8.26 Inches
ABOUT THIS ARTWORK
'Beevolution' is the 'Mickey to Tiki' inspired transformation of the iconic New Zealand made Buzzy Bee toy, which has spanned generations.
This print lights up the faces of Kiwis of all ages, and has found its place in homes across the nation for it's nostalgic yet contemporary graphic style.
Original Medium: Watercolour and graphite on paper
Original Scale: 11.5 x 16.5 Inches
For framed prints - please let us know in the notes section which colour frame you would prefer out of the options; white, black or natural.
About The Artwork
Aroha is a beauty in monochrome, based on the nostalgic Maori dolls.
This little lady is wearing a Korowai (feather cloak) and Tipare (headband)
Original Medium: Watercolour and graphite on paper Original Scale: 8.26 x 8.26 Inches