Under the Pohutakawa is a limited edition print from the Taonga Series. Sierra writes “ This body of work explores Aotearoa through my identity as a sixth generation Pākehā. ‘Taonga’ examines the natural elements of Aotearoa which I love and feel such a deep connection to while acknowledging that they do not belong to me. The women in this collection wear native flora and fauna as an accessory, shrouded in grey; the long white cloud- scrutinising the complicated feelings of ownership toward these natural ammenities. This layer is seperate to their skin examining both the separation and closeness I feel to the land. I combine both my European lineage and taonga to express ideas bout identity, belonging and placement in current day Aotearoa.”
Printed locally in the South Island on Hahnemühle Fine Art Paper using top-quality Epson inks on 300gsm archival art paper.
Guaranteed to last 75-100 years of shelf life without fading.