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Title: ‘Emerald Glow’. Mirrored digital images of New Zealand Flax. Large print 92 cm – 48cm.
Title: ‘Time Out’. Mirrored digital images of New Zealand Flax. Large print 92 cm – 48cm.
Title: ‘Invocation’. Mirrored digital images of New Zealand Flax. Large print 92 cm – 48cm.
Title: ‘Iron Flax’. Mirrored digital images of New Zealand Flax. High iron content in the soil causes red discolouration on the leaves of the flax.
Title: ‘Angel Wings’. Mirrored images of sunlight being reflected off the wings of the New Zealand Wood Pigeon or Kereru. The feathers of the Wood Pigeon symbolize trust and the artist designed this image to stimulate a sense of connectedness to the heart.
Title: ‘Dignity’. All of Robert’s work is based on his research of the medicinal properties of New Zealand plants. The images are created with the intent to capture those special qualities. ‘Dignity’ is created out of the leaves of the majestic New Zealand Honeysuckle Tree or Rewarewa. Rewarewa stimulates a deep sense of self worth.
Title: ‘Wise Feathers’. Feathers of the New Zealand Owl. The owl symbolizes wisdom and insight.
Title: ‘Sacred Leaves’. Most of Robert’s work consists of digital images of New Zealand plants. Some of his work consists of images of non native tree species growing in NZ. The skeleton leaves depicted here are from the Asian Bodhi Tree. The seed of this tree was brought to New Zealand by a Buddhist monk and currently thrives in the artist’s garden.
Title: ‘Te Ao Marama (The Nature World). Sunlight on New Zealand flax leaves combined with intricate Maori designs. The Maori designs were given to Robert in a wood carving to honour his work with native plants. These designs depict his journey of research.