Halema‘uma‘u crater is home to Pele, the Hawaiian goddess of volcanoes and is a wahikapu or sacred place. In March 2008, after twenty-six years of quiet, Halema‘uma‘u came alive with intermittent explosive eruptions, pulsating red glow and billowing gas emissions. In this painting, Halema‘uma‘u’s magnificent plume – a body form of Pele – lingers above the crater in a very light wind.
This high quality matted print consists of pigmented ink on archival paper and measures 14"x11".
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 10 April, 2012.