"I painted Hula Girl for the 2017 Odaiba Hawai'i Festival, which is the largest Hawai'i themed Hula Festival in Japan each year. Since I was a child, I always watched hula dancers in total awe of their beauty, grace and strength. This was my first ever painting of a beautiful hula girl and I had so much fun creating it."
Bamboo wood print featuring a hula girl dancing on the beach in front of Diamond Head Crater by tropical artist Heather Brown. These sustainable bamboo panels are made with 100% solar power using the world’s most eco-conscious and organic materials. Bamboo is one of the fastest growing, renewable resources in the world. With it’s properties comparable to hardwood, bamboo is the ideal alternative to increasingly scarce tropical hardwoods. Because the bamboo plant does not die after harvesting (as with trees) there is no deforestation which makes it the most sustainable choice!
Each panel has unique natural bamboo wood grain, which gives the printed artwork wonderful character. In fact, no two prints are ever the same! They go through several rounds of hand-sanding to provide a glass-like finish and are finally printed with a matte finish using eco-friendly printing processes.
These bamboo wood prints can be ordered in two dynamic ways. Either fully printed to the edges of the panel or a border option that shows some of the natural bamboo around the print, giving it a framed effect and highlighting the beautiful organic bamboo grain.
8" x 10" or 11" x 14" sustainable bamboo wood panel (3/4" thick)
Artwork may vary slightly from pictured: Panels may include knots, splits, and other natural wood characteristics
Signature on front of print
Includes a keyhole hanging carved into back for easy display!
Tropical Hawaii artist Heather Brown has gained a worldwide reputation for her unique style and depictions of idealistic Hawaiian landscapes including sandy beaches, epic waves, figurative surfers, and exotic tropical flowers.