Original acrylic and glitter painting by indigenous New Zealand Māori artist, Taryn Beri of the Ngāti Toa, Te Atiawa and Ngāti Raukawa tribes.
This painting is titled 'Ngā tāngata o te rā' which means 'people of the sun'. This work is part of a series of four original paintings that were completed in Bali, Indonesia using all local materials. The painting refers to the common links between many indigenous peoples around the world, all living and breathing and expressing their cultural worldviews underneath the same sun. It is about kotahitanga (unity) amongst humanity, and our human relationship, connection, dependence and reliance on the light of the sun.
Artists signature, title and date on the back of the canvas.
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Read our Toi Tangata Artist Interview with Taryn Beri here.