Kaukahi Night Details

The color of Waikiki is most dramatic at night. In the 1930's popular hotels such as The Moana Hotel (now the Moana Surfrider) and The Royal Hawaiian would take guests on evening canoe rides to discover the vibrance of Waikiki beach firsthand. In 1935, Mary Dunkle was 17 years old and held the only job of its kind – Mary was the mascot for the outrigger canoe paddlers of Waikiki Beach Patrol. It was up to her to bring the patrol paddlers good luck during the Annual Hawaiian outrigger canoe races each June.


Medium Format

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Artwork Size:
   
Art Dimensions 16.5" x 22"
   
Outside (Frame) Dimension 24" x 30"
 

Artwork Details:
– All prints include professional custom framing (3 options)
– Archival
mounting, double matte, UV glass
– Each print is hand signed and numbered by the artist
– Printed on 100% cotton, museum-grade paper
– Limited edition of 100 prints (per two sizes)
– Acid-Free, archival, hand embossed for authenticity
– Designed, printed, framed and shipped from Hawaii


Large Format

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  Purchase Details

Artwork Size:
   
Art Dimensions 49.5" x 66"
   
Outside (Frame) Dimension 53.5" x 70"

Artwork Details:
– All prints include professional custom framing (3 options)
– Archival
mounting, UV plexiglass
– Each print is hand signed and numbered by the artist
– Printed on 100% cotton, museum-grade paper
– Limited edition of 100 prints (per two sizes)
– Acid-Free, archival, hand embossed for authenticity
– Designed, printed, framed and shipped from Hawaii