Heritage #620

Heritage, Noho 'ana — Kauai life - maile lei, hula artwork by Emily Miller
A hula dancer wearing a lei of fragrant maile leaves performs at Kauai's annual Emalani Festival, honoring the journey of Queen Emalani through the Alakai Swamp in 1871.

Maile is native to the Hawaiian islands and sacred to Laka, the goddess of hula. It is one of the oldest types of lei, and symbolizes of our connection to our lineage, past and future.

Watercolor, 2017

14" x 11"

Original Painting Available (unframed)

$ 1100

Purchase Heritage, Noho 'ana — Kauai life Art Prints:

Giclee print
Laser print (8" x 10" matted to 11" x 14")
$ 30
  
Laser print - mini (5" x 7" matted to 8" x 10")
$ 20
  
Set of 8 Greeting Cards + Envelopes
$ 20
  
Mixed Set of 8 different Greeting Cards (indicate your image selections as a Note to Seller during checkout) $20.  

Make a difference with your purchase! 10% of all proceeds benefit local ocean conservancy and art organizations through the end of 2017.

Tags:  maile lei   hula