Fri 1st Nov 2019 until
Mon 25th Nov 2019
About the Exhibition
Our Crimson Icon is Gabi Pfaender’s creative response to Project Crimson which seeks to draw awareness to the state of this country’s iconic tree the Pohutukawa. Her concern for the loss of Pohuktukawa is central to this body of work – an installation of intaglio prints and seeds collected from last summer’s blossoms gathered from Far North Pohutukawa trees. Our Crimson icon is timed to celebrate just as the Pohuktukawa starts to flower this season.
On Friday 8 November from 4 pm, come and hear more about the exhibition with the artist and hear more details from a representative of Northland Regional Council about the threats to Pohutukawa and what we can do about it.
About the Artist
Gabi Pfaender, lives at Hukatere on the Ninety Mile Beach. She is a member of the Dune Restoration Trust and the owner of an eco lodge. She completed her Bachelor of Applied Arts in 2016 at NorthTec and works as a multi media artist.