The most recognizable landmark in Hawaii, Le’ahi (Diamond Head) is believed to have been formed 300,000 years ago. It is said that Hi’iaka, sister of the goddess Pele, gave Le’ahi its name because the summit resembles the forehead of the ‘ahi fish. Kean captures the iconic vista here in the form of a woodcut print.
13/20 (Edition of 20 Original Woodblock Prints)
BFK Rives Paper 22"x28"
Frame measures 30"x 36" - constructed with Douglas Fir Wood, stained and finished. Plexiglass window