This ʻohe kāpala print depicts an archaic chant of the travels of Pele. The images reflect the waʻa and its peʻa and manu, cloud forms and waves. From Kahiki the ʻohana came from and settled in Hawaiʻi at Halemaʻumaʻu. Like a chant, this images are repetitive, illustrating the long story of migration, akua workship, and the various places they stopped on their search for their new home. The great saga of Pele and Hiʻiaka is a depository of chants on ritual, protocol, and ceremony. From these words we gain insight to life on these islands at the center of the Pacific.
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