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Rotorua Arts & Crafts

Howard Morrison as painted by Chris Newman aka Noomz on a Chorus Cabinet in Rotorua

Rotorua: Chris Newman - Chorus

Don Stafford immortalized on a Chorus Cabinet by Chris Newman aka Noomz

Rotorua: Chris Newman - Chorus

Another beautiful Chorus Cabinet by artist Nicola Spijkerbosch

Rotorua: Nicola Spikerbosch - Chorus

The Bath House, Rotorua Museum depicted here by Nicola Spijkerbosch on a Chorus Cabinet

Rotorua: Nicola Spikerbosch - Chorus

Designers - Adrienne Whitewood applies the finishing touches ahead of her New Zealand Fashion Week 2013 show. Photo / Ben Fraser, Daily Post

Interior of Te Aomarama Craving School at Rotorua, phot by J. W. Chapman-Taylor. From Carved Houses of Te Arawa, courtesy of the Knowledge Basket.

The Hot Lakes Craft Market is held on the 2nd Sunday of the month at the Rotorua Arts Village

Arty toilets at the Redwoods, Rotorua

The first Luminite Festival was held in the Government Gardens on 27 Jul 2013. Thousands of lanterns made by locals lit up the gardens and created a special magic for families.

Works of Rotorua fashion designer Leilani Rickards include these gorgeous Koru tights. Congratulations Iwi Creations on your win at the Miramoda Maori Fasion Awards

All Categories - Welcome to Iwi Creations

Godber, Albert Percy, 1876-1949 :[Drawings of Maori rafter patterns]. The bottom two are from the Hinemihi wharenui at Whakarewarewa

Ngongotaha Sculpture Trail - with works by local artists. Essence cafe for refreshment after your inspiring walk. Rotorua New Zealand

Designer Jewellery by Jayne Baume . Beginners classes held in Rotorua, check out the website. Love these manuka flowers

Designer Jewellery by Jayne Baume - JB COLLECTIONS

finelinecreative - enhancing our perceptions of the environment around Rotorua, New Zealand

Picket fence at the Government Gardens, Rotorua, Bay of Plenty, Aotearoa, New Zealand

Te Moana Toi Te Huatahi Bay of Plenty Artist Trail

Stunning photography by Meg Lipscombe, pinned from the Rotorua Camera Club website. Lake Tarawera at dawn

Maori carving, Tawakeheimoa, and tukutuku panels, Rotorua. 19th century albumen photo by James Valentine held by Auckland Art Gallery