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Justine Hawksworth

Taranaki Kingfisher | Open Edition

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Featuring two kotare, or kingfishers, and flax overlaying a map of Taranaki, Justine Hawksworth has created a new work suitable for anyone with ties to Taranaki, here or further afield.

The map covers North, Central, and the majority of South Taranaki from the border with Mokau in the north to Patea in the south. A fence post and wire reflects the importance of farming to the area.

Reproduced from an acrylic and graphic work on a vintage map, this open edition print has been printed using archival inks, it is available either as an unframed giclee print or a stretched canvas.

The stretched canvas is ready to frame, the giclee print will require framing.

Year: 2021

Giclee Print: 420mm (w) x 594mm (h) (including white border)

Stretched Canvas: 591mm (w) x 841mm (h) x 42mm (d)

Quirky Fox: Art + Framing

Dividing her time between family, painting, and designing, Justine Hawksworth’s work is largely inspired by the kiwi bach, the beach and the sea; native birds, historic documents, copper, and lace combine in contemporary designs.

Raised in Tauranga, Justine graduated from both the Elam School of Fine Art with a Bachelors Degree and Auckland College of Education before teaching Art & Design. Finding the balance of teaching and creating her own works a challenge (on top of raising a family) Justine eventually turned her spare room into her personal studio - although her work sometimes stretches across the kitchen table and into the lounge when multiple works are on the go.

Working from her Mount Eden home, Justine works predominately in acrylic and pencil on recycled marine charts and maps, aiming to evoke thoughts of holidays and places visited, treasures collected and memories made. Recently Justine has added copper elements to her works either as finishing touches to vintage oars or as a canvas in its own right.