New Zealand High Commission Ottawa, Canada

New Zealand works of art unveiled on Parliament Hill

On Thursday June 3rd three New Zealand works of art were unveiled at an event on Parliament Hill hosted by Speaker of the Senate Hon Noel Kinsella, Speaker of the House of Commons Hon Peter Milliken and New Zealand High Commissioner to Canada Andrew Needs.  The prints were a gift to the people of Canada by Prime Minister John Key and the Government of New Zealand.  These prints are now permanently on display in the New Zealand Room in the Centre Block of Parliament.

The three prints titled Sound of Lashing, Mango Guide and the Journey Home are by New Zealand artist David Teata.

A related articled appeared in Embassy magazine

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