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He rangatira kōhungahunga (Kākā)
  • He rangatira kōhungahunga (Kākā)


    From an original painting by

    Rieko NZ

    A fledgling chief


    Archival Fine Art Print

    Hahnemühle archival satin paper

    Signed, numbered


    Regular Size:

    Edition 100

    Image size 385*525mm


    Large Size: amazing!

    Edition 25

    Image size 560*765mm

    The Artist's perception of the three Māori symbols used in the painting:

    - Hei-tiki = Wishing the Kākā to have more chicks to increase their population.

    - Huia feather = Wishing there to be a more peaceful relationship between Humans and birds - particularly endangered birds.

    - Korowai (Cloak) = “He rangatira kōhungahunga”, a fledgling Chief of Kākā.

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