Puawai is my first image of a series I'm working on that infuses my artwork with the influence of Maori culture. As a 5th generation New Zealander my ancesters came into Wellington harbour in 1843. This artwork is a story about my ancestors journey once they landed in Petone. The artwork is called Puāwai, which means to bloom, come to fruition, open out (of a flower).
Original has sold, however I have giclee prints on Ilford cotton smooth premium paper available. Please see my giclee prints page.
Archival inks are used that will last over 75+ years. The paper is Ilford Galerie Prestige watercolour paper, 100% cotton rag.
Photographs are an indication of what the artworks could look like and are not the exact size of the artworks. Other items in the photograph are not included.
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