Nanaue II (2005)
Akua Hawaiʻi Series
Gouache on paper
14” h x 22” Diptych
“To satisfy his irrepressible appetite for human flesh, Nanaue begins to stalk swimmers. He waits until he finds someone alone in the water and then quickly devours his victim. Soon there is talk amongst the villagers. “There is a man0-eating shark lurking in the water! Avoid swimming alone!”
FROM THE BOOK AKUA HAWAIʻI: HAWAIIAN GODS & THEIR STORIES (2005)
Written by Kimo Armitage and Illustrated by Solomon Enos.
Published by Bishop Museum Press
Purchase includes a copy of the rare and out-of-print book, Akua Hawaiʻi signed by Solomon Enos.