NZ Paintings and Wall Art at Moko Artspace

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A Studied Glaze 5 A Studied Glaze, number 5 from a 2015 series of 11 cameos by Robin Ranga.  On 14th September 1975, 80 year old Dame Whina Cooper with her granddaughter Irenee, led the hikoi from the Far North to Parliament House to demand recognition and raise awareness of Maori land rights.   This studied glaze is an interpretation from Michael Tubberty's photograph published in the NZ Herald on 20th September 1975 with the article on the beginning of the significant 1000km journey.

A Studied Glaze 5 A Studied Glaze, number 5 from a 2015 series of 11 cameos by Robin Ranga. On 14th September 1975, 80 year old Dame Whina Cooper with her granddaughter Irenee, led the hikoi from the Far North to Parliament House to demand recognition and raise awareness of Maori land rights. This studied glaze is an interpretation from Michael Tubberty's photograph published in the NZ Herald on 20th September 1975 with the article on the beginning of the significant 1000km journey.

A Studied Glaze 9 A Studied Glaze, number 9 from a 2015 series of 11 cameos by Robin Ranga.  These oval "cameo's" reference keepsakes and memories to focus on the notion that each person is revered for simply "being them". The title also raises questions on how we portray ourselves:  the mirrored image can be quite different to how we perceive ourselves and how we appear to others.  Medium: acrylic on board Dimensions: 500x400mm

A Studied Glaze 9 A Studied Glaze, number 9 from a 2015 series of 11 cameos by Robin Ranga. These oval "cameo's" reference keepsakes and memories to focus on the notion that each person is revered for simply "being them". The title also raises questions on how we portray ourselves: the mirrored image can be quite different to how we perceive ourselves and how we appear to others. Medium: acrylic on board Dimensions: 500x400mm

A Studied Glaze 7 Number 7 from a 2015 series of 11 cameos by Robin Ranga.  These oval "cameo's" reference keepsakes and memories to focus on the notion that each person is revered for simply "being them". The title also raises questions on how we portray ourselves:  the mirrored image can be quite different to how we perceive ourselves and how we appear to others.

A Studied Glaze 7 Number 7 from a 2015 series of 11 cameos by Robin Ranga. These oval "cameo's" reference keepsakes and memories to focus on the notion that each person is revered for simply "being them". The title also raises questions on how we portray ourselves: the mirrored image can be quite different to how we perceive ourselves and how we appear to others.

The Cornerstones The family unit (in whatever myriad of possible compositions) is the "cornerstone" of society.  "Family" can guide/shape/inform us and role-models influence direction and potential.

The Cornerstones The family unit (in whatever myriad of possible compositions) is the "cornerstone" of society. "Family" can guide/shape/inform us and role-models influence direction and potential.

Stepping Forward On 14th September 1975, 80 year old Dame Whina Cooper with her granddaughter Irenee, led the Hikoi from the Far North to Parliament House to demand recognition and raise awareness of Maori land rights.   Stepping Forward is an interpretation from Michael Tubberty's photograph published in the NZ Herald on 20th September 1975 with the article on the beginning of the significant 1000km journey.   Over 40 years later this iconic image is still topical and still stirs today - i

Stepping Forward On 14th September 1975, 80 year old Dame Whina Cooper with her granddaughter Irenee, led the Hikoi from the Far North to Parliament House to demand recognition and raise awareness of Maori land rights. Stepping Forward is an interpretation from Michael Tubberty's photograph published in the NZ Herald on 20th September 1975 with the article on the beginning of the significant 1000km journey. Over 40 years later this iconic image is still topical and still stirs today - i

Family, Relations, Friends & Acquaintances   This work is based on notions on how we are connected to each other, and the joy in discovering by chance meeting someone-who-knows-someone-we know.

Family, Relations, Friends & Acquaintances This work is based on notions on how we are connected to each other, and the joy in discovering by chance meeting someone-who-knows-someone-we know.

Participating, Contributing, Celebrating Although this work was painted to celebrate Matariki, it's essence is universal - whatever race, religion or culture - sharing and appreciating creates a unification of respect with others.

Participating, Contributing, Celebrating Although this work was painted to celebrate Matariki, it's essence is universal - whatever race, religion or culture - sharing and appreciating creates a unification of respect with others.

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