Tom Lusk

Tom has been carving all his life, beginning in the 1980s at Kohupātiki Marae in Hawke’s Bay. He primarily works in reclaimed native timbers, especially tōtara and swamp kauri, combined with copper and stone such as agate. Most of his pieces feature large ocean creatures like whales and sharks, but he also carves penguins and other marine birds.

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