Painting #30: Hokulea, the Pride of Hawaii: Polynesian Voyaging Canoe

Artists for A Pristine PlanetSOLD. “The Polynesian Voyaging Society (PVS) was founded in 1973 to carry out an experiment that would help answer some questions: how did the Polynesians settle the far-flung islands of the mid-Pacific – by accident or by design?

“Did their canoes and their knowledge of navigation enable them to sail purposefully over the vast sea distances between Pacific islands?

“PVS began with the building of a replica of a Hawaiian voyaging canoe, Hōkūle‘a, launched in 1975, to explore the seafaring heritage and the voyaging routes of our ancestors….”

Excerpt above from PVS’s website. Read and find out more here:

I’ve been watching Hōkūle‘a and her trips across the waters since she was first launched, and it’s a privilege to paint her. I’ve wanted to for years and years and just never did. Here she is.

HELP ME SUPPORT CLEAN OCEANS! This is an easy wayt to do it and get something beaulitful for your efforts. What do your regular charities give you back? Nothing! You get an original, print or mousey pad from me and I take a percentage of the purchase and make a donation to StoryofStuff. Pretty cool.

If you miss getting the orginal, you can get posters, greeeting cards or prints on canvas or paper of Hokulea here:

Don’t have room for a painting or print? Get a beautiful Mousey Pad of Hokulea here for $14.99:

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