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  • Purua School Children’s Waipoua and Moirai Gallery Inspired Art Thanks to Diane and Seabourne!
  • Sophie, Emma and Nova at work
  • Jessica’s sketch...
  • ... 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.
  • Alex
  • Maris
  • Zeth
  • Emma
  • Jessica
  • Jacob
  • Sophie
  • Nova
  • Making a fabulous display!
  • Thanks again to Diane and Seabourne for your fantastic hospitality, encouragement and expertise.