Links of interest

Aotearoa.co.nz

New Zealand and Pacific arts, crafts, gifts, jewelry. Maori design bone carvings, greenstone (pounamu, jade) carvings, wood carvings, pacific pearl shell carvings, tapa cloth, kete, bandannas, limited edition prints, paintings, glass arts, glass waka

Art Gallery Worldwide

Artwork in different styles and media. Website offers a wide variety of
features and services that enable customers and artists to buy and sell art.

Bircham Gallery

The best contemporary fine art and craft gallery in East Anglia. Crafts Council listed. Situated in Holt, North Norfolk, UK.

International Netsuke Society

The International Netsuke Society is devoted to the study and collection of Japanese netsuke and related sagemono art forms.

maori.org.nz

maori.org.nz, has some very interesting material on carving, and Maori issues in general

Nelson Arts

The Nelson Arts web site is a comprehensive guide to artists within the Nelson Region produced by Nelson Bays Arts Advocacy and Marketing Trust.

New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts

The Fine Arts Academy was founded 120 years ago by a group of visionary artists. Its mission was then as it is now to be the flag bearer of excellence in the visual arts in New Zealand.

Tahaa - James Webster Online

James Webster, of Maori and European descent, is as a well known and talented Maori arts practitioner, working with many mediums including wood, bone and stone (sculpting and carving) as well as paint, fibre and metal (mixed media) and Ta Moko (body