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Comments from the Fresh Gallery Otara Guest Book

So Kool!!!!
Lin Kaiou
CAB Otara

Wonderful, Clever Girl
Yvonnne Mason
CAB Otara

Mean 🙂
Monika Goodman Tatiana
Mt Roskill

Nicely set, very good. 🙂
Shelly
Otara

Beautifully surreal…@ first glance I thought of birth – womans birth canal. Thank you x
Venus Stephens
Otara

Keep up the Great Work
Power 2 Da Women
Great Art x0x
Great!

Esther & Lita Atanoa
Otahuhu

Mesmerising. Spookish. Enlightening
Richard Tioeli
Otahuhu

Spiritual and beautiful, what an awesome kaupapa and how courageous of these 4 women to tell their stories through their bodies. Such an “outside of the square” idea/concept. Keep it up!
Maiki Sherman
Mangere Bridge

A brave piece of work.
Well done, Keep up the good work

Steven Grey
Otara – Papatoetoe Local Board

All beautiful pieces of display noted, a very brave & commendable art exhibition. Mauri Ora!!
Skills Update Pre-services Hardcore
Manurewa, Kelston, Papakura, Mangere

Great message, excellent atmosphere
Renzzo Medina
Dannemora

O for Awsome!!
Claire Mockridge
Dannemora

Fabulous. Congratulation to you & Ema. The work is Fantastic. It is so powerful. The women in the video piece so brave. What a gift to the next generation. So proud of you Leilani. You are Rockin’ xxx
I hope the world sees this.
I’m taking a catalogue for Robyn

Giles Peterson
Highland Park

It was very cool.
Matthew Matangi
Otara

‘The darkness by which we enter enlightment’. Well done Leilani – an important work made with love. It is a very great example for us women. Great stuff.
Glenda Irwin
Auckland

Absolutely, Beeuuteefool! & TRUE!!!
Tangikia Pauahaure
Mangere

love of floating
Richard Suowen
Birkenhead

Great mahi Lei – Much Love us & kids xoxo
Kelly & Riki
Waitakere

flowing beautiful. moving
Pam Graham
Auckland

Major work! Congratulations!
Lois Perry
Auckland

Stunning + thought provoking
Jade Graveson
Grey Lynn

Wonderful
Wendy Hemsley
Epsom

Great show!
Brenda Chappell
Parnell

Kinda claustophobic, Omggosh scary, out of everything mostly scared of DEATH that’s what it felt like, Dying. A man walked in while I was in there, didn’t make eye contact though, hehe…weird.
Genevieve
Otara/Wiri

Brave women. Brave work to highlight sensitive topic.
Natia Tucker
Papatoetoe

The missionaries and white society destroyed such Pasifika self-esteem.
Gable Gray
Pakuranga

Go Girl
Vernon (OMAC)
Takanini

Love it!
Megan W
MSVA

Always with love to our mums
Kim Amanda Theeman
Papatoetoe

Fantastic, raising awareness – Well done, very brave!!
Jules Turner
Auckland CBD

Leilani, Ema and the team @ Fresh – it is a beautiful & powerful work, kudos to you.
Candy Elsmore
Auckland

An insightful representation on how Maori and Pacific women view their physical and spiritual health and sad so many avoid cervical and breast screening out of fear of the unknown and cultural understandings about having health checks.
Marama Hunter
Papatoetoe

Gallery looks fantastic, the work is riveting. Congratulations.
Rhoda Fowler
Auckland

As a typical Maori woman, I appreciate the message. I continue to try and overcome this issue.
Mary Gush
Otara

An inspired video presentation, well planned and thought-out project. Its graphic nudity and concepts confronts issues of the taboo. Well done!
Walter Lolahi-Heka
Dannemora / Sydney

What a fantastic presentation. A real live experience, beyond imagination… a world class piece. Keep up the great work Leilani. Always proud of your projects.
Anne Nicholas
Otara / Papatoetoe

Manaia! Lalelei! Malie! Beautiful beyond measure. Fa’afetai lava xoxox
Dan Taulapapa McMullin
Laguna, California

Powerful, beautiful, ethereal, emotional. Warms my heart! Awesome Lei
Qiane Corfield-Matata
Ihumatao

Inspirating. Thank you.
Jessica Northcroft
M.I.T

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