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KENO Sculpture in the news

Keno Sculpture has been featured in news articles, which showcase the artistry and talent. Brett and Christine bring a unique perspective and technical skillset, allowing them to create awe-inspiring sculptures that captivate audiences. 

The Post

Aroha: ‘I said, I’m going to marry that girl. We moved in together two months later’


Brett Keno (Ngāiterangi, Ngāti Ranginui, Ngāi Tahu, 60) is a sculptor who co-owns Keno Sculpture with his wife Christine, 56, a registered homoeopath/owner of Christine Keno Homeopathy.

Victoria University of Wellington

Telling stories through stone


Brett Keno (Ngāi Te Rangi, Ngāti Ranginui, Ngāi Tahu) is a Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington commerce graduate who switched careers from working in the banking and finance sector to become a successful stone carving artist and sculptor.

The Kumara vine

Brett Keno, - Sculptor, Brother, Father, Husband & Son


Brett is now living the dream, working from home with his beautiful wife, making a fulfilling existence doing something he is deeply passionate about.  His story explains how this choice rewards him in ways he never thought of before starting on this journey. But to get where he is today, he traversed a very different path.

Dominion Post

Carving a new career from limestone rock


The Upper Hutt stone carver was one of 22 budding artists who took part in a 10-day long stonecarving symposium at Maidstone Park recently.

Brett Keno from Keno Sculpture overlooking his Whakapapa mountain.
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