Kereru, Medium Art Block - Robyn Forbes
Tucked away and surrounded by an amazing orchard, birds and plant life, Robyn Forbes creates a gorgeous range of Art Blocks from the inspiration she gains at her home in Opotiki.
In this piece Robyn Forbes has transformed the Kereru into a beautiful piece of art. The colors and shapes drawn attention creating a piece of art that everyone will love.
Robyn Forbes has developed a process to protect her paintings in resin, making them ideal for sending overseas as a gift or souvenir.
The kererū or New Zealand Pigeon is a bird endemic to New Zealand. Māori call it Kererū in most of the country but kūkupa and kūkū in some parts of the North Island, particularly in Northland.
The New Zealand Pigeon grows to some 51 cm in length and 650 g in weight. The head, throat and wings are generally a shiny green-purple color, but with a bronze tinge to the feathers. The breast is typically white and the bill red with an orange-ish tip. The feet and eyes are red.
- Width – 95mm
- Height – 147mm
- Depth – 16mm