“Hamana Kalili Shaka" Bronze Statuette by Kim Taylor Reece

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“Hang Loose” Shaka Sign Captured in Life-Like Bronze
 
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  • “Hang Loose” Shaka Sign Captured in Life-Like Bronze
     
    This bronze statuette with a solid marble base honors Hamana Kalili, the father of the Hawaiian shaka hand sign. Famous in Hawaiian lore, Hamana originated the unique sign after he lost his three middle fingers in an industrial accident. The shaka can mean hellohow are you, hang loose and more. 
    • 22" High
    • Made of Bronze
    • Solid Marble Base
      The famous award-winning photographer Kim Taylor Reece has studied Hawai'i's hula kahiko for 40 years and has created beautiful artworks to encapsulate the true Aloha spirit. Reece uses his colorblindness as an advantage to using a sepia tone to represent the timelessness of the dance.
    • “Hang Loose” Shaka Sign Captured in Life-Like Bronze
       
      This bronze statuette with a solid marble base honors Hamana Kalili, the father of the Hawaiian shaka hand sign. Famous in Hawaiian lore, Hamana originated the unique sign after he lost his three middle fingers in an industrial accident. The shaka can mean hellohow are you, hang loose and more. 
      • 22" High
      • Made of Bronze
      • Solid Marble Base
        The famous award-winning photographer Kim Taylor Reece has studied Hawai'i's hula kahiko for 40 years and has created beautiful artworks to encapsulate the true Aloha spirit. Reece uses his colorblindness as an advantage to using a sepia tone to represent the timelessness of the dance.
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