Huia Tropics set of 2 by TAMAASA
The easily recognisable style of TAMAASA depicts native fauna and wildlife infused into surrealist fantastical imagery, with her recognisable neon and black contrasts being a backdrop in digital, fine art and graphic works.
Signed by the artist.
Mounting kit included.
Ideal for indoors or outdoors. Made from a compressed foam board that repels moisture with a specialist UV vinyl print & laminate to withstand the harshest outdoor elements.
Sold as a set of 2, each board is a square.
For twenty years, Tamaasa has been producing her unique and recognisable artwork as a fine art on canvas and now offers her artwork on a new medium. Add a beautiful piece of Tamaasa's artwork to your collection today!
Fine artist Tabitha Maxwell aka TAMAASA, chooses to work under her younger sister's childhood nickname for her, in Auckland where she resides with her young son. Since graduation from Whitecliffe College of Art and design in 2007 she has worked full time in the creative sector.
Born into a highly creative family in New Zealand, she first put paint to walls and canvases in her teens, spending her early years of creativity living abroad in London before studying both fine arts and fashion design.
The easily recognisable style of TAMAASA has been sold and exhibited, as both a fine art, and street art and fashion collaborations for over twenty years now in New Zealand and abroad, depicting native fauna and wildlife infused into surrealist fantastical imagery, with her recognisable neon and black contrasts being a backdrop in digital, fine art and graphic works.
Industrial and feminine, there is a romantic darkness and bright magic found in each piece created and the drawing of spiritual, mythical and legendary symbolism can be found in many pieces, from her highly detailed portraiture, to her mythical wildlife imagery. Each piece depicts and tells a story, often connecting worlds and myths, or exploring ecological values, and ancestral stories.
Her work can be found in private collections both in New Zealand, and abroad in London, Australia and the United States.