Tūī – "Flying Free" The stunning Tūī image was referenced from John Parker (Maddox Photography) who captured the Tūī photo in Kihikihi, where numbers have significantly increased thanks to the ‘Halo Project’ in Hamilton. Size – A3 (297mm x 420mm)
Wax-eyes- "Ngā taonga iti ō te ao" ("Life's little treasures") Three young Tauhou (Wax-eye or Silver-eye) bathe and play in a natural birdbath in the crevice of a tree. The name ‘Ngā taonga iti ō te ao’ translates from Māori as ‘Life’s little treasures’. Inspired by three young sisters from Wellington, this natural birdbath was photographed in Hannah’s own backyard. Size- A3 (297mm x 420mm)
Fantails – "Ngā pēpē o te ngahere ("The babies of the forest") The name ‘Ngā pēpē o te ngahere’ translates from Maori as ‘The Babies of the forest’. This gorgeous group of juvenile Fantails was photographed by Jason Searle (Omakiwi Photography) at Wenderholm Regional Park, just north of Auckland. Size – A3 (297mm x 420mm)
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Hannah Shand (www.hannahshandart.com) is a Kāpiti based artist who specialises in detailed animal sketches, with a passion for New Zealand birds. She creates her realistic drawings using fine tip black ink pens. Skillfully applying different pressures, she carefully renders fine details of the animals's feathers, fur, skin or scales.