• Neil at Waitaha Cove (grey)
    Fine art pigment print on Rosaspina paper 300gsm Edition of 8 80 x 60cm LUNAR MODULE Sheyne Tuffery Artist in Residence Carter Observatory , Wellington May 14 - August 2 2019 This body of work is an artists response to the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. What began as speculation into why we haven’t been back to the moon, transformed into an overwhelming astonishment of what they achieved.With this work I want people to have a closer look at what they did. My visual response focusses on the spiritual journey of the astronauts upon leaving the Earths atmosphere. What would that do to your soul and mind? Apollo 8 ’s mission of circumnavigating the moon for the first time was the first time we had a photograph of the our entire planet. The earth had never been seen before from space. It was the image that helped launch the environmental movement of the late 1960’s. Seeing that image made people think of all of us together rather than separate nationalities, it gave people hope. The works on paper are a combination of NASA images and my photographs from the South Coast of Wellington, where the rocks remind me of a lunar surface. The artworks start off as enhanced photographs take by me of the South Coast of Wellington, which are then passed through many filters in photoshop and then mixed in with the Nasa images on top
  • Gemini Astronaut at Waitaha Cove
    Fine art pigment print on Rosaspina paper 300gsm Edition of 8 80 x 60cm LUNAR MODULE Sheyne Tuffery Artist in Residence Carter Observatory , Wellington May 14 - August 2 2019 This body of work is an artists response to the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. What began as speculation into why we haven’t been back to the moon, transformed into an overwhelming astonishment of what they achieved.With this work I want people to have a closer look at what they did. My visual response focusses on the spiritual journey of the astronauts upon leaving the Earths atmosphere. What would that do to your soul and mind? Apollo 8 ’s mission of circumnavigating the moon for the first time was the first time we had a photograph of the our entire planet. The earth had never been seen before from space. It was the image that helped launch the environmental movement of the late 1960’s. Seeing that image made people think of all of us together rather than separate nationalities, it gave people hope. The works on paper are a combination of NASA images and my photographs from the South Coast of Wellington, where the rocks remind me of a lunar surface. The artworks start off as enhanced photographs take by me of the South Coast of Wellington, which are then passed through many filters in photoshop and then mixed in with the Nasa images on top
  • StarMan in Rongotai
    Fine art pigment print on Rosaspina paper 300gsm Edition of 8 80 x 60cm LUNAR MODULE Sheyne Tuffery Artist in Residence Carter Observatory , Wellington May 14 - August 2 2019 This body of work is an artists response to the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. What began as speculation into why we haven’t been back to the moon, transformed into an overwhelming astonishment of what they achieved.With this work I want people to have a closer look at what they did. My visual response focusses on the spiritual journey of the astronauts upon leaving the Earths atmosphere. What would that do to your soul and mind? Apollo 8 ’s mission of circumnavigating the moon for the first time was the first time we had a photograph of the our entire planet. The earth had never been seen before from space. It was the image that helped launch the environmental movement of the late 1960’s. Seeing that image made people think of all of us together rather than separate nationalities, it gave people hope. The works on paper are a combination of NASA images and my photographs from the South Coast of Wellington, where the rocks remind me of a lunar surface. The artworks start off as enhanced photographs take by me of the South Coast of Wellington, which are then passed through many filters in photoshop and then mixed in with the Nasa images on top
  • Neil at Waitaha Cove
    Fine art pigment print on Rosaspina paper 300gsm Edition of 8 80 x 60cm LUNAR MODULE Sheyne Tuffery Artist in Residence Carter Observatory , Wellington May 14 - August 2 2019 This body of work is an artists response to the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. What began as speculation into why we haven’t been back to the moon, transformed into an overwhelming astonishment of what they achieved.With this work I want people to have a closer look at what they did. My visual response focusses on the spiritual journey of the astronauts upon leaving the Earths atmosphere. What would that do to your soul and mind? Apollo 8 ’s mission of circumnavigating the moon for the first time was the first time we had a photograph of the our entire planet. The earth had never been seen before from space. It was the image that helped launch the environmental movement of the late 1960’s. Seeing that image made people think of all of us together rather than separate nationalities, it gave people hope. The works on paper are a combination of NASA images and my photographs from the South Coast of Wellington, where the rocks remind me of a lunar surface. The artworks start off as enhanced photographs take by me of the South Coast of Wellington, which are then passed through many filters in photoshop and then mixed in with the Nasa images on top
  • StarMan @ Waitaha Cove
    LUNAR MODULE Sheyne Tuffery Artist in Residence Carter Observatory , Wellington May 14 - August 2 2019 This body of work is an artists response to the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. What began as speculation into why we haven’t been back to the moon, transformed into an overwhelming astonishment of what they achieved.With this work I want people to have a closer look at what they did. My visual response focusses on the spiritual journey of the astronauts upon leaving the Earths atmosphere. What would that do to your soul and mind? Apollo 8 ’s mission of circumnavigating the moon for the first time was the first time we had a photograph of the our entire planet. The earth had never been seen before from space. It was the image that helped launch the environmental movement of the late 1960’s. Seeing that image made people think of all of us together rather than separate nationalities, it gave people hope. The works on paper are a combination of NASA images and my photographs from the South Coast of Wellington, where the rocks remind me of a lunar surface. The artworks start off as enhanced photographs take by me of the South Coast of Wellington, which are then passed through many filters in photoshop and then mixed in with the Nasa images on top
  • AROHA at Breaker Bay
    Fine art pigment print on Rosaspina paper 300gsm edition of 8 80 x 60 cm image size LUNAR MODULE Sheyne Tuffery Artist in Residence Carter Observatory , Wellington May 14 - August 2 2019 This body of work is an artists response to the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. What began as speculation into why we haven’t been back to the moon, transformed into an overwhelming astonishment of what they achieved. With this work I want people to have a closer look at what they did.My visual response focusses on the spiritual journey of the astronauts upon leaving the Earths atmosphere. What would that do to your soul and mind? Apollo 8 ’s mission of circumnavigating the moon for the first time was the first time we had a photograph of the our entire planet. The earth had never been seen before from space. It was the image that helped launch the environmental movement of the late 1960’s. Seeing that image made people think of all of us together rather than separate nationalities, it gave people hope The works on paper are a combination of NASA images and my photographs from the South Coast of Wellington, where the rocks remind me of a lunar surface. The artworks start off as enhanced photographs taken by me which are then passed through many filters in photoshop and then mixed in with the Nasa images on top
  • Gemini Astronaut at Waitaha Cove ll
    Fine art pigment print on Rosaspina paper 300gsm Edition of 8 80 x 60cm LUNAR MODULE Sheyne Tuffery Artist in Residence Carter Observatory , Wellington May 14 - August 2 2019 This body of work is an artists response to the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. What began as speculation into why we haven’t been back to the moon, transformed into an overwhelming astonishment of what they achieved.With this work I want people to have a closer look at what they did. My visual response focusses on the spiritual journey of the astronauts upon leaving the Earths atmosphere. What would that do to your soul and mind? Apollo 8 ’s mission of circumnavigating the moon for the first time was the first time we had a photograph of the our entire planet. The earth had never been seen before from space. It was the image that helped launch the environmental movement of the late 1960’s. Seeing that image made people think of all of us together rather than separate nationalities, it gave people hope. The works on paper are a combination of NASA images and my photographs from the South Coast of Wellington, where the rocks remind me of a lunar surface. The artworks start off as enhanced photographs take by me of the South Coast of Wellington, which are then passed through many filters in photoshop and then mixed in with the Nasa images on top
  • EVA Oriental Parade
    Fine art pigment print on Rosaspina paper 300gsm Edition of 8 80 x 60cm LUNAR MODULE Sheyne Tuffery Artist in Residence Carter Observatory , Wellington May 14 - August 2 2019 This body of work is an artists response to the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. What began as speculation into why we haven’t been back to the moon, transformed into an overwhelming astonishment of what they achieved.With this work I want people to have a closer look at what they did. My visual response focusses on the spiritual journey of the astronauts upon leaving the Earths atmosphere. What would that do to your soul and mind? Apollo 8 ’s mission of circumnavigating the moon for the first time was the first time we had a photograph of the our entire planet. The earth had never been seen before from space. It was the image that helped launch the environmental movement of the late 1960’s. Seeing that image made people think of all of us together rather than separate nationalities, it gave people hope. The works on paper are a combination of NASA images and my photographs from the South Coast of Wellington, where the rocks remind me of a lunar surface. The artworks start off as enhanced photographs take by me of the South Coast of Wellington, which are then passed through many filters in photoshop and then mixed in with the Nasa images on top
  • cloak 4
    120cm x 120 cm routed plywood edition of 15 2016
  • interior motive 01
    Indian Ink on Board 120 x 120 cm Pattern idea comes from the ceiling of a Samoan Fale SOLD
  • Matai (after webber)
    Inkjet print on etching paper 80 x 60cm edition of 15 "Reconstruction/ re imagination of John Webber's etchings of the Hawaiian chief Kaneena"
  • Tapa Orb
    Inkjet on Hahnemule Photo Rag Paper 75 x 75 cm edition of 12 unframed
  • High Rise Pacific
    woodblock print edition of 32 81cm x 65cm
  • Future Fale Pacific
    woodblock print 81cm x 65cm edition of 32 Futuristic pacific shapes woven into architecture
  • Blue Tama
    Enhanced Photograph Archival Inkjet on Hahnemule Photo Rag Paper 55 x 45 cm edition of 10
  • siapo avatar
    Screen-print on archival 350gsm etching paper edition of 75 61 x 58cm
  • future fale II
    woodblock print edition of 32 81cm x 65cm
  • Tuatara Tasi
    Digital collage of antique Samoan Photographs with Tuatara image Archival Inkjet on Hahnemule Photo Rag Paper 80 x 60 cm edition of 24
  • Uso Tolu
    screen print 2013 70 x 50 cm edition of 75
  • NEOPIA
    Woodblock - unique state print 1/1 Futuristic pacific shapes woven into architecture 90 x 60cm
  • Waiting For the Storm
    Mixed media Acrylic 80 x 80 cm