Kamapua’a is the shapeshifting boar god in Hawaiian mythology. This piece references to him while taking a twist on the cultural significance to pig hunting in Hawaii and combining it with a hint of Day of the Dead imagery.He is the hunter of hunters and he wears skulls as trophies around his neck of all who have attempted to serve him for a Luau.
This work is painted on birch panel with acrylic and enamel and measures 10″x12″. It comes in a reclaimed wood frame that is decorated with beautifully carved designs bringing the total size to 15″x17″.
Get Rich or die Trying is a narrative painting about a pirate searching for long lost treasure. This painting is about putting it all on the line for wealth. However sometimes you don’t quite make it.
This work is painted with acrylic and enamel on stretched canvas and measures 18″ x 24″. It comes in a custom built frame of reclaimed wood that resembles the planks of a ship bringing the total size to 29″x31″.
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.