Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Hawaiian Wax Museum- Early Settlers (500 A.D.)

Today's post shows a scene from the Hawaiian Wax Museum which focuses on the early settlers of the Hawaiian Islands. Here we see a woman gathering food, a child either working or playing, and two men loading a boat with food. The combination of figures and mural, gives the scene a grand scale which adds to the wonder of the museum.

A close up of the woman as she looks concerned about the child.

The child about to pick up a coconut. My guess is he or she is also working.

The men diligently loading the Kaulua.


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