A Kiwi kaihanga (craftsman) of kōwaiwai (paintings), A. R. D. Fairburn draws from Aotearoa’s natural beauty when creating contemporary treasures. Fairburn captures the spoils of the Pacific in flat boxes of art, preserving them for treasure-hunters near and far.
“Sea shells,” 1998
- A bold illustration accompanied by sharp lines
- A characteristic and confident piece
- Accessible with familiar subject-matter
- Inviting, comfortable to the eyes and warm on the viewer
Pacific in its tone; West Coast-sand drawn into an East Coast beach.
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Reproduction prints are as close as possible to the paper sizes available without compromising the aspect ratios of the original artworks