Walk with the forest
For the Maori culture, the Pohutukawa is a sacred tree. The 800-years old in Te Reinga is known as the guardian of the entrance to a sacred cave, where the spirits pass on their way to the underworld.
In the preservation process no toxic materials are used that can cause harm to the environment or our bodies. Much of my time invested in this project has been spent finding the perfect combination of materials that allow the piece to be both durable and ecological.
10% of the profits of “The Fallen Leaf” project are dedicated to the recovery of Aotearoa’s native forest.
You can find collections of my work in the following galleries
Corban Estate Art Center
2 Mt Lebanon Lane
PO BOX 21 526
For more information please contact me here ,
Te Uru Contemporary Gallery
420 Titirangi Road Titirangi
PO Box 60109 Titirangi