Akua Hawaiʻi Series
Gouache on paper
14” h x 22” Diptych
“Kamohoaliʻi is the supreme shark god and the eldest son of Haumea. Kamohoaliʻi has the ability to change his body into many forms such as a human, a moʻo, a wrasse, or an owl. Fishermen plead to Kamohoaliʻi in his shark form to chase fish towards the shore, making them easier to cash.”
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.