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Foufou study (1) - framed original artwork by Marcus Hipa (Aotearoa Shipping Only)
Foufou study (1) - framed original artwork by Marcus Hipa (Aotearoa Shipping Only)
Foufou study (1) - framed original artwork by Marcus Hipa (Aotearoa Shipping Only)
Foufou study (1) - framed original artwork by Marcus Hipa (Aotearoa Shipping Only)
Foufou study (1) - framed original artwork by Marcus Hipa (Aotearoa Shipping Only)
Regular price $295.37
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Foufou study (1) 
Marcus Hipa
Ink, spray paint, pencil
A3 - 297mm x 420mm
300gsm paper
Black frame


Our Pacific Women play numerous vital roles in society, Wearing many hats, or in this case ‘Foufou’ (Niuean head dress) contributing to its multifaceted development and progress. 

Our women, our mothers and sisters excel as leaders, breaking barriers in politics, business, and social spheres, advocating for equality and justice whilst navigating the difficult world, especially in the Pacific that is still a highly patriarchal society.

These Women are our educators, imparting knowledge and inspiring minds. As artists and creators, they express emotions and perspectives through their work. Overall, women's roles are diverse and indispensable, empowering society to thrive with their contributions 

 

About the artist

Marcus Hipa is a Niuean Artist.

Born and raised in Alofi, Niue Island.

He moved to New Zealand to further his creative interests, attending the Elam school of fine arts completing both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees. 

drawing, painting and carving are some of the mediums he utilises to explore and share insights of his people’s history and culture.celebrating the values, traditions, progress and sense of community, as well as shedding light on social and political issues affecting our Pacific people in our Pacific region and in Aotearoa.