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Tiapapata Art Centre
Collages with Samoan motives by Wendy Percival
Block prints with Samoan motives by Helena Andreeff Laurin
Genuine pottery with Samoan motives made in Tiapapata by our Artists in Residence, Staffan and Helena
Documentary photography by our Artist in Residence Denisa Maňásková
Stone adzes by Galumanemana Steven Percival who recreates a preserves ancient Samoan knowledge
Ceramic figures inspired by Samoan ladies made by Staffan Laurin
Raku is a style of pottery made famous by Japanese potters and is now found all over the world.
Our Combs are based on combs found in museums around the world and recreated by craftsmen at the Tiapapata Art Centre
Pendants designed and/or made by Steven Percival. Materials include bone, native hardwoods, and vegetable ivory.