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Mount RuapehuMount RuapehuMount Ruapehu, or just Ruapehu, is an active stratovolcano at the southern end of the Taupo Volcanic Zone in New Zealand. It is one of the world's most active volcanoes and the largest active volcano in New Zealand. It is the highest point in the North Island and includes three major peaks: Tahurangi (2,797 m), Te Heuheu (2,755 m) and Paretetaitonga (2,751 m). The deep, active crater is between the peaks and fills with a crater lake between major eruptions. This painting is pastel on board and has been SOLD. Click on the image to view it in more detail.
Mount Maunganui TriptychMount Maunganui TriptychMount Maunganui New Zealand, is situated in the city of Tauranga in the Bay of Plenty region of New Zealand. Mt Maunganui is New Zealand's favourite summer holiday destination with its white sandy surf beach on the ocean side, and a safe sheltered inner harbour beach. Mount Maunganui is also the name of the extinct volcano which rises above the town. Shrouded in history and legend, the mountain is a dominant feature of the landscape, and a climb to the summit offers amazing views of the surrounding city and ocean. This triptych is pastel on board and has been uniquely box-framed to display the three boards together. This painting has been SOLD. Click on the image to view it in more detail.
Northland StreamNorthland StreamThe peaceful forests of New Zealands Northland will acquaint you with New Zealand's largest living Kauri trees. Standing 50 metres tall, the Kauri are one of the world's mightiest trees and their forests give shelter to many other plant types like the taraire, kohekohe, towai and northern rata trees. They are also a useful refuge for threatened wildlife such as the endangered North Island kokako and brown kiwi. This painting is pastel on board and measures 730 mm X 630 mm and is FOR SALE. Click on the image for more information.
Ohiwa HarbourOhiwa HarbourOhiwa Harbour is situated in the eastern Bay of Plenty in the North Island of New Zealand. The Harbour covers about 26 square kilometres.It was formed around 6,000 years ago and is protected by two sand spits, Ohope, 6km long on the west, and Ohiwa, less than 1km on the east. Ohiwa Harbour is one of the best sights to observe migratory waders. The eastern Bay of Plenty in general is one of the best places for birding in the North Island. This painting has been SOLD. Click on the image for more information.
Ohiwa with Whale IslandOhiwa with Whale IslandWhale Island - Moutohora, seen in the distance here from Ohiwa harbour, is a small island located off the Bay of Plenty coast of New Zealand's North Island. It is located about 12 kilometres north of the town of Whakatane. A whaling station existed on the island during the 19th century. The 1.43 sq km island is a remnant of a complex volcano which has eroded, leaving two peaks. This is still an area of volcanic activity and there are hot springs on the island. This painting is pastel on board and is available FOR SALE ready framed. Click on the image for more information.
Mount RangitotoMount RangitotoRangitoto Island, New Zealand, the most unforgettable feature of Auckland's inner harbour, pushed its way through the ocean floor around 600 years ago. The volcanic fireworks that accompanied it inspired local Maori tribes to call it 'Sky of Blood'. The island also has lava caves, unique rock formations and pohutukawa forests. This painting is pastel on board and has been SOLD. Click on the image to view it in more detail. This painting won the Molly Morpeth Cannaday award at the Whakatane art festival for best pastel drawing in 2007.
Lake Tekapo OilLake Tekapo OilIn the centre of the South Island of New Zealand lies Lake Tekapo. This highland lake and settlement at 710 metres (2300 feet) is in the heart of the Mackenzie District and surrounded by a vast basin of golden tussock grass. The name Tekapo derives from Maori words Taka (sleeping mat) and Po (night). Finely ground rock in the glacial melted waters give Lake Tekapo a beautifully unique turquoise colour. This painting is oil on board and has been SOLD. Click on the image to view it in more detail.
Tauranga TriptychTauranga TriptychTauranga, New Zealand is situated in the Bay of Plenty in the North Island of New Zealand. Tauranga is about 3 hours drive from Auckland and a popular holiday destination. This painting is pastel on board and has been uniqely box-framed to show off the three boards together. It is available FOR SALE ready framed. Click on the image for more information.

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