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Art Print: Kamapua'a vs Pele by Herb Kane

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Elemental forces, personified and embodied by the volcano deity Pele and the changeable pig-god Kamapuaʻa, clash and roar.  Each side tries to douse the power of the other as lava and rain, heat and clouds battle.  In the end, Pele took Kamapuaʻa as a lover.  However, the two elected to keep separate homes—Pele on the dry and rocky sides of the island, Kamapuaʻa in the steamy jungle lands.

An artist-historian and author Herbert “Herb” Kawainui Kāne (June 21, 1928 – March 8, 2011) had a special interest in Hawai’i and the South Pacific. Herb Kāne’s artworks illustrating the history and culture of the Hawaiian and Polynesian islands are awe-inspiring glimpses into another world. His images of tall ships and oceangoing canoes, goddesses and native dancers delight people all over the world. In 1984 he was elected a Living Treasure of Hawai’i.

Prints are unframed, 11" x 14", and unmated.