Ginney Deavoll
SKU: 12111
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Acrylic on Canvas.


535 x 375mm

TE PUIA is located at Hot Water Beach, New Zealand.
It has one of the earliest known Maori pa (fortified village) sites that was the home of the Ngati Hei tribe. The pa was named Te Puia, because of the hot springs that are exposed on the beach at low tide.
With a rich history, Hot Water Beach was used as a radar station, / look out point by the American soldiers in the 2nd World War, hence the naming of the main road being Radar Rd. The area was initially farmed and as time went by it became a popular traditional kiwi camping spot.

"Through my work I endeavour to share the awe I feel when experiencing the natural world. I feel an obligation to express my gratitude for our remarkable backyard while also raising awareness of the challenges it faces. My adventures into the remote and wild places of our unique country fuel my imagination and I return brimming with stories to cover my canvases with. I paint with acrylics in vibrant, bold colours using a technique similar to watercolours. Most of my work is realistic with a twist of the surreal." - Ginney Deavoll

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