Kaho'olawe Kahoolawe Hawaii island map art acrylic original Joey Favino jfwoa

Kaho’olawe (often spelled Kahoolawe), one of the main Hawaiian islands, is uninhabited. Used by the U.S. Navy for bombing practice for decades, it is off limits except to a few scientists and student/work groups restoring its native vegetation and conducting research.

Here the almost-forgotten island’s intriguing shape and near-barren surface become the focus of the composition.

acrylic on stretched canvas, 16″x12″ (3/4″ spreaders)
in 1.5″-deep “floater frame” (black)

$150   SOLD