Pu`uloa Puka


Located on Kilauea volcano in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Pu`uloa is a hill where native Hawaiians visit to carve a small hole (puka) to house their newborn's umbilical cord (piko), an ancient Hawaiian spiritual practice said to deepen the connection between the living and their ancestral land, as well as to support prosperity and good health.
(Read more about this practice at scienceviews.com)

Acrylic on 6x6" Gessobord panel.
Custom framed by customartframing.com.
50% of the proceeds from the sale of this painting will be donated to a nonprofit organization providing relief due to the Hawaii wildfires.

Please note: The sale of original physical painting does not transfer copyright ownership of the image, which remains the property of the artist. All sales final. No returns or exchanges.

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