Gisborne artist Hannah King's drypoint etching Kaitiaki Viewpoint features in a virtual exhibition of works by printmakers from around the world. King's print communicates through the tui messages via the media in response to the needs of the land and its creatures, says King in a description of the work.
“Clean air . . . clean water . . . healthy land . . . healthy minds . . . no pollution . . . no stress . . . no cyber sickness. . . . They are the guardian of hope.”
• Kaitiaki Viewpoint can be found in group five of the Bindu Space for artists, Monsoon Printmaking 2020 virtual exhibition here.