Landscape in origins and culture…

“Basis of language, basis of culture, basis of lifeā€¦turanga o te huruhuru, ano te turanga o te ora; te tiki, te hine, te tamahine… Under the veil of stars, least the white tipped feather should fall from the maidens hair, stone waka guard the pa with all the warrior of that world there…” Korero oContinue reading “Landscape in origins and culture…”

Movement…

The flutter of a butterfly wing, jumping of a wren, darting of a skink or the rustle of leaves in the wind all produce secondary and tertiary movement so important to life. Just like a food web, these tiny to enormous movements provide various types of trophic levels of vibration, disruption and change; compare theContinue reading “Movement…”

Incorperating texture and form, how do we reflect and express visual clues …