In some post-apocalyptic post-human world the birds of Aotearoa begin their recovery... it's now all up to them. Featuring the North Island kākā and the rare ngutukākā (white kākābeak), which has not been found in the wild since the 1950s, but is fortunately now a common garden plant thanks to some clever folk.
This fine-art print comes on archival heavyweight fine art paper. Each print is hand-signed and editioned.
- Small 18x18cm, edition of 25
- Medium 28x28cm, edition of 10
- Large 40x40cm, edition of 5 [SOLD OUT]
- Extra-large 80x80, edition of 3 (metal or fine art paper; please allow extra time for printing; also available on canvas by special request)
Exhibited in: NZ Art Show 2018,"Birds on a Wire" solo exhibition (April, 2018), NZAFA Summer Exhibition (Dec, 2017-Feb, 2018). Published in: Artists Down Under magazine (Feb, 2018), Living the PhotoArtistic Life magazine (Nov, 2017).
10% of my proceeds goes to Zealandia EcoSanctuary to support their conservation efforts.
Also known as kākā, North Island kaka, Nestor meridionalis septentrionalis, bush parrot, brown parrot, kawkaw