Lyonel Grant - Te Noho Kotahitanga tradition and innovation

Lyonel Grant - Te Noho Kotahitanga tradition and innovation

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Sculptor and designer Lyonel Grant working on Te Wao Nui a Rangi, a three metre high carving in Te Wao Nui's The Forest.

Sculptor and designer Lyonel Grant working on Te Wao Nui a Rangi, a three metre high carving in Te Wao Nui's The Forest.

Ahurei brown glass maquette of Te Ahurei o Waikato sculpture is a celebration of 1000 years of occupation of the Tainui people on their land and represents tribal identity deriving its name from the time of the arrival of the ancestral canoes. Lyonel Grant.

Ahurei brown glass maquette of Te Ahurei o Waikato sculpture is a celebration of 1000 years of occupation of the Tainui people on their land and represents tribal identity deriving its name from the time of the arrival of the ancestral canoes. Lyonel Grant.

Tāne-nui-ā-rangi carved by Lyonel Grant, Bernard Makoare and Manos Nathan for Auckland Zoo Oct 2011.

Tāne-nui-ā-rangi carved by Lyonel Grant, Bernard Makoare and Manos Nathan for Auckland Zoo Oct 2011.

Te Mata o Tāne-nui-ā-rangi carved by Lyonel Grant, Bernard Makoare and Manos Nathan 2011. The face of Tāne-nui-ā-rangi.

Te Mata o Tāne-nui-ā-rangi carved by Lyonel Grant, Bernard Makoare and Manos Nathan 2011. The face of Tāne-nui-ā-rangi.

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