Pohakuloa.
Way to the Top.
Way to the Bottom.
April 27, 2001. Acrylic on canvas~ 33 1/2" x 21". Hanger bars in Honduran Mahogany. $1,925.

Pohakuloa, keeper of the sacred waters of Kane, and an ancient Hawaiian route up Mauna Kea, is also the name given to the huge erosional gulch formed by glacial run-off during the last Ice Age. Above the Mountain is the constellation Cassiopeia.

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