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I'iwi in the Koa, AP Print on Canvas

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I'iwi in the Koa is a painting of a beautiful endemic bird of Hawaii. The bird has a long curved beak, red body, and black wings with a small path of white feathers on each. In the painting, the bird is flying into a koa forest.

Archival giclee print on canvas with frame. Ready to hang.

Number in series: Series of 2, Artist Proof, signed and numbered
Image size: Approximately 10x13.5 inches 
Frame size (outer dimensions): 13.25x17x1.25 inches

The i'iwi is a species of Hawaiian honeycreeper bird found at higher elevations on multiple islands. I spent many hours on big island watching and photographing birds. The landscape is for a koa forest on the Big Island.


Archival print on canvas. Framed.


10x13.5 inches

Care Instructions

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