Sandy Adsett (Ngāti Kahungunu) became best known for large, highly graphic works inspired in part by the patterns carved into the rafters of meeting houses.
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Reference: Sandy Adsett, Cliff Whiting and Witi Ihimaera. Mataora: the living face: contemporary Māori art. Auckland: David Bateman, 1996, p. 116
Photograph by Margaret Kawharu
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