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James Webster has produced a large number of works which are on public display for us all to enjoy. These fantastic pieces are scattered throughout New Zealand, some standing out against the landscape - others blending nonchalantly into their surroundings...
Auckland's motorways are adorned with the welcome and familiarity of specifically Pacific designs. James designed these huge concrete panels which neatly interlink to form a spectacular belt in the modern calamity of New Zealand's largest city.
Recently James completed a piece for Aberdeen School in Hamilton, the inspiration for this composition was inspired by the school’s logo. The artwork’s triangular appearance derives from the logo shape. View this artwork now.
If you have a project in mind, would like to discuss ideas for erecting or creating a public artwork or would like to consult with James regarding Māori art specifically, please use the contact page.