Artstation in Ponsonby are hosting an exhibition called Toi-ohua
opening on Tuesday 18 September, until 6 October 2012.
The artists in Toi-ohua address their relationship with the shifting natural world
through the medium of printmaking.
“As our Tipuna adjusted to the various changes in the availability of local resources in seasonal phases,
we make this relevant to our print practice by intent to synchronise
with seasonal changes and record observations of current movements and flows,” Toi Whakataa.
Toi Whakataa printmaking collective investigates printmaking,
traditionally a European art medium, from a contemporary Maori perspective.
|Natalie Couch, Kano, 2008|
Featuring artists Gabrielle Belz, Ruth Green Cole, Natalie Couch, Vanessa Edwards,
Sam Farquhar, Charlotte Graham, Raewyn Graham, Noelle Jakeman, Evelyn Kawiti,
Dan Mace, Faith McManus, Alexis Neal, Cerisse Palalagi and Vanessa Wynyard.