Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Dagmar Dyck

As the first generation New Zealander Dagmar Dyck has been grown up in a Bi-cultural home, She has a German father and Tongan/German mother. She has followed her instincts and firmly believes that being honest in oneself is a quality that will shine through her beautiful Ngatu themed Art Work .(Theme) Why does she paint these things? The reason why she is painting these things is because she is  showing people her background or her life.

What kind or texture does Dagmar Dyck use for her painting? Dagmar Dyck user's viraten colours like green, yellow, orange, red and other colours. Also Tongan culture “Koloa” is defined as a textile art that she uses as well. As she paints she always has 'faka'apa'apa (respect) in herself. The symbols she includes are tongan ngatu and and culture patterns.

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