"Kia Kaha" is the name of this beautiful print By Nikki McIvor. It would look stunning on your wall or would make a thoughtful gift.
There is special meaning behind this print which is included with the artwork.
Says Nikki about this drawing:
“On the afternoon of Friday 15th March 2019, I was in the process of putting the finishing touches on this drawing when the mosque shootings occurred in Christchurch.
Through the shock in the aftermath of these attacks, the saying on everyone’s lips was Kia Kaha or “stay strong”.
The word Kia is pronounced the same as Kea and because of this I introduced a small Toki Pounamu necklace to the drawing which represents strength and courage in times of adversity.”
Size: A3 420 x 297mm
Made and designed in New Zealand