Twined pot 20cm x 20cm x 20cm (base 15cm diameter) $110 Handwoven by Anne Daniel in harakeke (NZ flax – phormium tenax) This pot is woven using shredded harakeke twined around strips of harakeke leaves. It is finished with a piece of paua. Contact me if you would like to Continue Reading →
Four-cornered flat-base kete 16cm x 34cm x 8cm $120. Handwoven – harakeke (NZ flax – phormium tenax), paua shell. Contact me if you would like to purchase this kete or order something similar.
These discs are handwoven in harakeke (NZ flax – phormium tenax), using both natural and dyed material. Each disc is unique as the harakeke is dyed for each one. I can weave you a disc to order in terms of colour and size. All materials used have been boiled. The Continue Reading →
Wall hanging 40cm x 50cm $220 Handwoven – dyed harakeke (NZ flax – phormium tenax) © 2014 Anne Daniel Contact me if you would like to purchase this kete or order something similar.
Handwoven wall hanging 85cm x 93cm Hand woven natural and dyed harakeke (NZ flax – phormium tenax) This piece is inspired by the area of Aotearoa/New Zealand where I live – Te Tai o Poutini o Te Wai Pounamu, the West Coast of the Continue Reading →
I entered the annual HokitikaJunk2Funk art and fashion event again this year. For the past year and a bit, I continued collecting the narrow plastic bags that our local newspaper, the Hokitika Guardian, comes wrapped in when delivered each day. Last year I had woven a small wall hanging with these Continue Reading →
Wave from the Coast – I was thrilled to be selected to be part of this highly successful group exhibit of 18 artists from the West Coast at the Christchurch Art Show from 19-22 June, and even more thrilled to sell four art works – all wall hangings woven in harakeke, Continue Reading →
I entered four art works in the Creative Fibre National Exhibition which was held at Dunedin Railway Station from 24 -28 April. This was the first time I had entered anything. My husband Rob and I travelled down to Dunedin for the opening of the exhibition. It was great to see Continue Reading →
RED was the title of this year’s annual exhibition of members of WAI – Westland Arts Inc – held in the Carnegie Gallery, Hokitika Museum from 14 – 28 April. The theme resulted in a very vibrant exhibition. I had four entries, all handwoven using dyed harakeke (NZ flax): Pohutukawa, Flaming Palm, Continue Reading →
Creative Fibre Westland Area Exhibition, Wild Fibre, was held in the Carnegie Gallery, Hokitika Museum, from 3 – 17 March and incorporated Hands On, the Creative Fibre national travelling exhibition. Setting up the exhibition was rather interesting as I had had knee surgery to remove part of my torn meniscus Continue Reading →