Pohakuloa.
Way To The Top.
Way To The Bottom.

2001. Acrylic on canvas ~ 33.5" x 21". Hanger bars in Honduran Mahogany. $1925

Carved by glacial melt waters during the last Ice Age, Pohakuloa gulch, on the southern flank of Mauna Kea, was named for the deity, Pohakuloa, keeper of the sacred waters of Kane.

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