Purua school children's waipoua and moirai gallery inspiredPresentation Transcript
Purua School Children’s Waipoua and Moirai Gallery Inspired Art Thanks to Diane and Seabourne!
Sophie, Emma and Nova at work
... Becomes a beautiful painting
Zeth modelled this on one of Seabourne’s works...
He is very pleased with his painting of a kauri tree, waterfall, and mist covered forest.
The early stages of Nova’s painting...
... Here’s the completed work, including Moirai bells!
Maris painted the forest at night ...
... the finished masterpiece!
Sophie was busy ... Nesting birds...
Birds, feathers, flowers and vines...
... And a tribute to Tane Mahuta.
Emma’s kiwi lives under the rainbow...
... And her Kauri tree is a beauty.
Alex studied the shapes and forms of different trees and plants.
Andrei showed the movement of wind and rain.
Angus drew sunflowers and tree forms...
And was especially pleased with his kiwi.
Jacob studied every detail of the kauri snail shell.
Now for some artworks which show Tane Mahuta who we visited with Footprints guide Bill at night time ... Lord of the Forest. The Separator, forcing apart Papatuanuku and Ranginui. A canopy home to 35 different plants, trees and flowers. Over 2000 years old. The product of a tiny seed.
Making a fabulous display!
Thanks again to Diane and Seabourne for your fantastic hospitality, encouragement and expertise.