The Hawaiian Crow or ‘Alalā is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands and is considered by natives to be a family god or ‘aumakua. Unfortunately it is extinct in the wild and there are only about 150 left in captivity!
This painting is 4″x6″ on wood with an acrylic underpainting and is enhanced with black enamel. It comes in a custom built mango frame bringing the total size to 8″x 10″. Although the original has sold canvas giclee and paper prints are still available.
Kū is one of the four main Hawaiian tiki gods. He is the god of war and is the only god who is worshiped with human sacrifice.
Kū is painted with acrylic and enamel on a 11.5″x15″ birch panel. He comes in a custom frame made from endemic Koa wood from the Big Island of Hawaii and is embellished with sculpted tiki tiles and rope details, measuring 19.5″x23″ in total.