A stylised depiction of Moko Kauae representing Mana Wahine and identity.
It is accompanied by the 'Poutama' design, inspired by the tukutuku panel of the same name symbolic of achievement.
Moko kauae (permanent female chin marking) was traditionally worn by Māori women to acknowledge their mana and rank through whakapapa (lineage).
110gsm canvas print, gallery wrapped around a natural timber frame, ready to hang.
Canvases are made to order and take 3-10 working days to produce and ship after payment has cleared.