• Kyran Yeomans (First Nations 1988) Raven Transforming (2012) This cedar wood panel in white and blue colours, which shows the meaning of the important bird, The Raven. It exists the feather, human hand and bird eye. A beautiful carved panel by the son of the famous Don Yeomans.
  • Joe David (First Nation 1946) Maori Mask bronze (1996) This mask comes from a private collection and did make by the First Nation artist after his first visit to NZ and the Maori people. He did feel the same background from the two cultures and did make this special piece of art. The wooden original.
  • Todd Couper (Maori 1974) Maori Mask (2017) This art work with the title Maui Tikitiki a Taranga means a Maori man with original tattoos in the face. A unique wooden art work.
  • Klatle-Bhi (First Nation 1966) Medicine Moon Mask (2016) This art work do have the power of the moon and used for medicine and healing ceremonies.The design on the rim represents the movement in the universe that was accessed to achieve healing.
  • Tom Milligan (Maori 1942) Glas paddle Waka Hau "Discovery" (2016) The Waka Hau paddle, which Maori people used to travel from Polynesia to their new home land of NZ. The green cast glass  is carved with a whitepoint shark tooth. The wooden holder is made of beach wood.

Welcome to the ArtWise.com website.
Our ArtWise website specialises in offering ‘Native Art’. Native Art is the art form created by the original inhabitants of West-Canada (First Nations) and the Maori from New Zealand. 

We work with artists that have inherited their techniques, choice of materials and meaning of their art from their ancestors. ArtWise collaborates with top of the bill artists who create both high-quality and unique works of art. The art objects are often issued with an original signature or original certificate.

ArtWise has a collection of unique pieces in stock at all times. Moreover, we have easy access to supplies of cooperating local galleries. 

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A few of the most famous artists that we work with: 

First Nations Artists:

Susan Point                  Robert Davidson 
Joe David                      Don & Kyran Yeomans
Klatle-Bhi

Maori Artists:

Roi Toia                         Todd Couper
Gordon Toi Hatfield

Susan Point (First Nation 1952) Moon Journey (2016) This panel is made from wood with blue bronze inside. It weighs 49kg. The meaning behind this work, is the journey of the moon. It comes and goes day after day.
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