Maori Girl 1 (Reproduction from 2001/2002 pencil portrait on paper)

Maori Girl 1 (Reproduction from 2001/2002 pencil portrait on paper)

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Wall of words, This is a project I made using a bunch of old wood an pallet wood i had. I cut sanded and then painted it in shades that match my decor. I used the Cricket machine to help with the letters and fonts....then distressed it using sandpaper, Wall of words, Home Decor Project

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Wall of words, This is a project I made using a bunch of old wood an pallet wood i had. I cut sanded and then painted it in shades that match my decor. I used the Cricket machine to help with the letters and fonts....then distressed it using sandpaper, Wall of words, Home Decor Project


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Name stones for the collage area to help tamariki recognise and copy their names. A Maori kōwhaiwhai pattern on the opposite side add interest and will help with early recognition. Ask the children to find their name for you everytime you write their names on to their art work.

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The finger bands are to represent yesterday, today, and tomorrow; as well as our ancestors, ourselves, and our children. I included different elements in the fingers to show balance as well.  The main part of the design is full of all the elements and I tried to balance both the design and the fills with each other while filling them opposite of their counterparts.   One of the biggest challenges for me is remembering that in Maori work, it should always be open for the design to grow.

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