Hokule'a Giclee - NEW!
Hokule'a giclee is reproduced from an original painting by Hawaii artist Thomas Deir. Each reproduction is unique with hand painted embellishments and signed by the artist. Literally meaning "Star of Gladness," Hokule'a is the name of the Voyaging Society's Inaugural voyaging canoe which made its first journey to Tahiti navigating solely by stars in 1976. The stars show the northern sky, with the Big Dipper straight up, and the Little Dipper below with the North Star shining brightly between the masts of the Hokule'a.
Thomas will personalize the back of the artwork at no charge. (Some ideas for a personalized message: "Aloha from Hawaii, Michelle" or "Happy Birthday, Michelle" or any message you prefer.)
Free Shipping Within U.S.A. for Giclee Prints.
Media: Archival Museum Quality UV Varnished Giclee Canvas Print.
Gallery Wraps (GW) are available. Please see *GW size and price listed on this Giclee print product page.
Our hand-embellished giclee canvas prints are on unstretched canvas, rolled and shipped in a tube. This is to protect the beautiful artwork from damage.
We highly recommend that giclee prints be stretched onto a canvas frame by a professional artwork framer.
Custom sizes are available upon request. For custom requests, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us 1-808-783-1885.