Keomolewa Print - 12"x18"
"KEOMOLEWA" is one in a group of vintage travel posters from "Hawaiians in the Pacific Northwest" series. Hawaiians or "Kanakas" were established with Fort Vancouver in 1829 and living in the Village, one of the largest settlements in the West during its time. The artwork beckons prospective Hawaiian travelers to come to fish for salmon "E Lawai`a Kamano" at Keomolewa which is the modern day Columbia River, but It was not an exciting adventure most found when they arrived.
ABOUT THE PRINT
The 12"x18" print is produced on a full-color press on textured stock. Each comes with a informative history about the subject. Print is custom designed by artist Amy Kapuanani Antonio and ships in a mailing tube via USPS mail. Shipping is FREE on all art prints.