Tiki of the Blue Pool - Paper Giclee
Open Edition, COA included
The inspiration for this piece came from living on an active volcanic island. Often Volcanic fog, or VOG, is pushed by the trade winds from the volcano towards the town of Kailua-Kona. One summer, Kilauea was unusually active and a heavy volcanic mist swept around Mauna Loa creating primordial days, and glowing red sunsets. This effect, combined with the mysterious legend of "fireballs" floating across sacred sites on the island at night, inspired this iconic image.
Our giclees are created with archival, fade resistant inks on museum quality paper. Printed in Kamuela, on the Island of Hawaii. All prints are certified as authentic, signed by the artist, and guaranteed as represented.