Wahine Toa (Strong Woman)
Caren Davis, 2015
Whānau is important to Makareta and her children, Ngatai and Mikara. The pattern they created at the Taonga Wāhine Workshop speaks of the wharenui, the cloak and tikanga. The portrait of Makareta shows her wearing the cloak that she made herself. It speaks of wahine toa and epitomises the kaupapa of ‘Taonga Wāhine’.
Signed & Numbered
Limited edition of 10 (8 Remain)
594 x 841mm
Gallery Quality Print on Epson Hot Press Bright Cotton Rag - 325gsm
Unframed and includes postage with NZ.
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