Kim Taylor Reece “Kuulei” Rattan Lamp

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Connect to the Spirit of the Hawaiian Islands With our Precious Rattan Lamp. 

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  • Connect to the Spirit of the Hawaiian Islands With our Precious Rattan Lamp. 

    Kim Taylor Reece captures the expression of a hula dancer in his artwork “Kuulei” meaning “precious." It's made of cold cast resin poured into molds and then hand-painted with a "bronze-like" finish. The sculpture represents a hula dancer raising her hands to the heavens while connecting to the land beneath her feet.

    • Cold Cast Resin
    • Created by Kim Taylor Reece
    • Espresso Wicker Lampshade
    • UL Listed and Approved
    • Light Bulb not Included
    • Bronze Color
    • 24" H, 11.5" H from Base to Bottom of Shade
    • Approx. 9 Ibs

    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.

  • Connect to the Spirit of the Hawaiian Islands With our Precious Rattan Lamp. 

    Kim Taylor Reece captures the expression of a hula dancer in his artwork “Kuulei” meaning “precious." It's made of cold cast resin poured into molds and then hand-painted with a "bronze-like" finish. The sculpture represents a hula dancer raising her hands to the heavens while connecting to the land beneath her feet.

    • Cold Cast Resin
    • Created by Kim Taylor Reece
    • Espresso Wicker Lampshade
    • UL Listed and Approved
    • Light Bulb not Included
    • Bronze Color
    • 24" H, 11.5" H from Base to Bottom of Shade
    • Approx. 9 Ibs

    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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