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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)
Kākā – "Kākā revival" Kākā Revival is an artwork that celebrates the growing population of the Kākā in the Wellington region. The artwork is based on a photograph taken by Hannah at Zealandia in Karori, Wellington. By the end of the 2018/19 breeding season over 1,000 Kākā have been banded by their very successful program. Size – A3 (297mm x 420mm).
Hihi – "Rays of sunlight" This artwork is a pair of curious Stitchbird (Hihi) sitting in one of their favourite trees, the Karamu. The Māori bird name Hihi also translates to ‘ray of sun’, which is a nice reflection to the beautiful, bright yellow chest of the male bird (below). The reference photographs were taken by Hannah at Zealandia. 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.