Image of Rurupunzel
  • Image of Rurupunzel
  • Image of Rurupunzel



This image is part of my 'Tales of the Faether' exhibition.

The ruru, or morepork, is New Zealand's only surviving native owl and is named after its haunting, melancholic call. In Maori tradition the morepork was seen as a watchful guardian and belonged to the spirit world. Being kept in solitude in a ‘tower’ suspended above the world, weighed down with masses of hair, I’m sure Rurupunzel would have gone more than a little bit insane. And probably made macramé.

Size: A2 / 420 x 594mm (same size as original drawing). Also available in A3.
Medium: Limited Edition Giclee Print (print runs of 50), Canson Aquarelle Rag paper
Hand numbered and signed by the artist

Original is now available for sale.

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