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Kia Horo te Marino

Kia Horo te Marino

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May calm spread all around you,

May the sea glisten like greenstone, and the

Shimmer of summer dance across your path.

 - Kia horo te marino, Kia whakapapa pounamu te moana, Kia tere karohirohi i mua i to huarahi.

The koru arches are protective arms for the special words of this karakia. The kowhaiwhai patterns the connection between people who care for each other, no matter how far apart they might be in both life and in spirit. Tui play the role of guardians too. Soaring above they share love and aroha as they fly. This art print is about the love and abundance of blessings that surround you - A heartfelt wish for your life's journey, and a reminder of lasting connections. 

This karakia is said to be by Rangawhenua Tawhaki
'I have received my karakia print! I absolutely love it 💕💚💕  Looks so beautiful, I'm so happy. Thank you thank you 🥰
- Nicky L
'Thank you so much for the art work and for going above and beyond to ensure it arrived in time. The art arrived safely and beautifully packaged. The personal note was much appreciated. Our colleague loves it and the whakatauki perfectly matches this occasion. Your art is even more beautiful in real life' 
- Gemma B
Art Print Details:
This is a high quality nz fine art print.
Open Edition Print - Hand signed and a numbered.
Matte archival cotton rag 280gsm paper (photocopy paper is 60gsm)
Epson archival inks using best quality giclée printing process guaranteed for 100+ years from any fading.
Gift-ready, beautifully presented on a black matboard in a clear cellophane sleeve
Please allow an extra 8 days for delivery if framing is required.
An original nz art print by Amber Smith

NZ wall art unique to Aotearoa

  • Gift ready - no need for framing
  • 1-4 days delivery NZ
  • Free Shipping within NZ
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" My artwork arrived safe and sound - thanks very much. The work is brilliant, evocative and striking - just as I imagined it would be " - David W