territory - cyanotype

territory

Aoraki/Mount Cook Cyanotype c.14x24cm Varied edition “Before maps, the world was limitless. It was maps that gave it shape and made it seem like territory, like something that could be possessed, not just laid waste and plundered. Maps made places on the edges of the imagination seem graspable and placable.” -abdulrazak gurnah, By the Sea

two big rocks - cyanotype

two big rocks

Aoraki/Mount Cook Cyanotype c.14x24cm Varied edition “For the stone from the top for geologists, the knowledge of the limits of endurance for the doctors, but above all for the spirit of adventure to keep alive the soul of man.” ― george mallory

the moon and the mountain - cyanotype

the moon and the mountain

Aoraki/Mount Cook Cyanotype c.20x20cm Varied edition “For the stone from the top for geologists, the knowledge of the limits of endurance for the doctors, but above all for the spirit of adventure to keep alive the soul of man.” ― george mallory

Sic itur ad astra - screenprint

sic itur ad astra

At 3,724 metres, Aoraki/Mount Cook is the highest mountain in New Zealand.  It lies in the Southern Alps, in the Canterbury region. Edmund Hillary no doubt acquired some technical skills on Aoraki/Mount Cook before attempting Everest ….  such is the way to the stars, or immortality. Screenprint 18x18cm Varied edition: 30 $150 It is not…

marakihau-02 linocut

marakihau ii

The Marakihau is a sea monster in Maori mythology, with a fish-like tail and a hollow forked tongue which can suck in fish, boats & men. This marakihau is shown in Lake Pukaki, in front of Aoraki/Mount Cook Linocut Image size 15x21cm Edition: 8 $90

marakihau-01 linocut

marakihau i

The Marakihau is a sea monster in Maori mythology, with a fish-like tail and a hollow forked tongue which can suck in fish, boats & men. This marakihau is shown in Lake Pukaki, in front of Aoraki/Mount Cook Linocut Image size: 15x21cm Edition: 5 $90

aoraki_pukaki-3 linocut

aoraki-pukaki iii

Aoraki/Mount Cook is New Zealand’s highest mountain. Lake Pukaki is fed by the Tasman River, which has its source in the Tasman and Hooker glaciers.  Finely ground rock particles give the lake its distinctive blue colour. Linocut Image size: 15x21cm Edition: 10 $90

aoraki_pukaki-2 linocut

aoraki-pukaki ii

Aoraki/Mount Cook is New Zealand’s highest mountain. Lake Pukaki is fed by the Tasman River, which has its source in the Tasman and Hooker glaciers.  Finely ground rock particles give the lake its distinctive blue colour. Linocut Image size: 15x21cm Edition: 10 $90

aoraki_pukaki-01 linocut

aoraki-pukaki i

Aoraki/Mount Cook is New Zealand’s highest mountain. Lake Pukaki is fed by the Tasman River, which has its source in the Tasman and Hooker glaciers.  Finely ground rock particles give the lake its distinctive blue colour. Linocut Image size: 15x21cm Edition: 10 $90

aoraki

New Zealand’s highest mountain was named after Captain James Cook who surveyed and circumnavigated New Zealand in 1770.  It was renamed Aoraki/Mount Cook in 1998, acknowledging the mountain’s existing Maori name. Acrylic Image size 50x40cm