Tāhuna / Queenstown
The name Tāhuna means “shallow bay” and it is believed that the Ngāi Tahu Māori visited the area during their travels to collect Pounamu. There was also once a Māori settlement called Te Kirikiri Pa occupied by the Kāti Māmoe tribe, right where the Queenstown Gardens are today. With all of my New Zealand centric prints, I think it is important to include this beautiful land's original Māori names, honouring the history and those who live here.
Hand drawn and printed New Zealand. Printed on 210gsm, acid-free stock, with a beautifully smooth, enhanced matte finish.
Each print sold educates one child on plastic pollution, helping to protect and restore our beautiful oceans.
Frames available in New Zealand only.