The largest island of the Hawaiian archipelago, Moku O Keawe is many things to the Hawaiian people: the home of Pele and Kamehameha the Great, of ʻōhiʻa forests and black lava fields, of Mauna Kea and Waipiʻo Valley.
Pūpū A ʻO ʻEwa invites you to discover the Big Island of Hawaiʻi from a Hawaiian point of view in Moku O Keawe, a collection of photographs by award-winning photographer, Ke Ala ʻIke Scholar, and Leeward CC graduate Kahoʻolemana Naone.
Meet the artist: Kaho’olemana Naone
Moku O Keawe
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