Coastal Bliss 600x750mm full colour
Coastal Bliss 600x750mm (no blue)
Kohi Paradise 2 (no blue) 600x750mm
Kohi Paradise 2 full colour 600x750mm
Paradise Cove 600x750mm
Silvereye on Flax 600x750mm (no blue)
Birds of a Feather (option 2) 600x750mm
Two NZ Kereru birds feast on Nikau berries and sit in Kauri.
A Beautiful Journey 600x750mm
A NZ Tui bird gazes out to sea with a backdrop of red flax, Pohutukawa and Cabbage Trees.
Soulmates (Kingfishers) 600x750mm
Two NZ Kingfishers / Kotare rest near a river in tropical foliage setting.
Two NZ Kereru rest on branches in a lush tropical garden setting.
Earthly Delights 600x750mm
A NZ Tui flies through a lush tropical garden.
Birds of a Feather (option 1) 600x750mm
A NZ Kereru bird feasts on Nikau berries.
Midnight Magnolia 600x750mm
A ghostly double exposure of a beautiful blush coloured Magnolia.
Birds of a Feather (Oval) 600x750mm
Two Kereru eat Nikau berries.
A simple and stunning tropical water photo.
Summer Holidays 600x750mm
You know it’s summer when the Pohutukawa flowers are in bloom !
Two NZ Pukeko birds rest on rocks in a lake.
Guardians of the Bay 600x750mm
Two NZ Tui birds gaze out of a picturesque bay.
Summer Beach View (no blue) 600x750mm
Summer Beach View full colour 600x750mm
What's for Dinner ? 600x750mm
Toi Toi (sepia) 600x750mm
Tui Trio 600x750mm
(From Te Papa Library) Siapo mamanu (tapa cloth), 1890s, Samoa, maker unknown. Gift of Alexander Turnbull, 1913
Fantail illustration, 600x750mm
(From Te Papa Library) A history of the birds of New Zealand, 1888, London, by Sir Walter Buller, Taylor and Francis, Johannes Keulemans, A Bain.
Tui Bird illustration
(From Te Papa Library) A history of the birds of New Zealand, 1888, London, by Sir Walter Buller, Taylor and Francis, Johannes Keulemans, A Bain
Kowhai Illustration 600x750mm
(From Te Papa Library) Sophora tetraptera, 1791, England, by Sydenham Edwards. Purchased 2004
Kaka Beak Illustration 600x750mm
(From Te Papa Library) Kowhai-ngutu-kaka. Clianthus puniceus, circa 1885, New Zealand, by Sarah Featon. Purchased 1919