Flax Feeders depicts an early summer scene, the foreground presents three colourful native New Zealand tui blissfully feeding on the rich source of flax flower nectar. The background features the widely recognised cabbage tree, ponga fern and towering manuka trees. A large scale painting rich in detail, a very iconic native New Zealand scene.



Kim gained a bachelor of design from Unitec, Auckland in 2007 and worked for a short time as an interior designer. After two years working and traveling in Europe she came home to New Zealand to pursue her passion for art. Kim now works full time as an artist from her home studio in Albany, designed and built by her and her partner in 2017. She draws inspiration from the native New Zealand flora and fauna that surrounds their home and translates what she experiences into highly detailed, large scale nature paintings. Kim has exhibited her work in many galleries in Auckland and has created commissions for private residences in New Zealand and The United States, she has also been involved in creating art and installations for commercial projects.

Kim Randall: Flax Feeders

  • Medium:  Acrylic on stretched canvas.

    Size: H: 1400mm x W: 1000mm x D: 36mm.

    Year Created: 2020