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    The artwork of OUTRIGGER Reef Waikiki Beach Resort

    The OUTRIGGER Reef Waikiki Beach Resort is proud to share the artwork of some of Hawaii's more prominent artists, showcasing our islands' rich culture and history. 

    "I Ka Wa Ma Mua, Ka Wa Ma Hope" (Through the Past is the Future)

    Artist: Kamea Hadar

    Located in front of the Ao Cultural Center

    The mural depicts a waa (voyaging canoe), being crewed by keiki (children). The first figure on the left is Hana Kakinami pulling up a fish off the back of the boat. Hana is the great-granddaughter of John Dominis Holt IV, a Native Hawaiian writer, poet and cultural historian.

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    "Coming Home"

    Artist: Ethan Estess

    Located in the entrance of the resort 

    Material: Fish rope collected off Hawaii's beaches

    Artist/marine scientist Ethan Estess partnered with Sustainable Coastlines Hawai’i and the Center for Marine Debris Research to create Coming Home to inspire individuals to reduce their reliance on single-use plastics, choose sustainably-sourced seafood and to promote stewardship of Hawaii's environment.

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    "Eia Hawaii, He Moku, He Kanaka"

    Artist: Marques Marzan

    Located in the Herb Kane Lounge

    Material: Coconut and hemp rope

    This rope installation titled, "Eia Hawaii, He Moku, He Kanaka", translates to, "Here is Hawaii, an island, a people." It speaks to the interconnectivity of communities across Hawaii, while also recognizing the ancestral ties and enduring relationships to Oceania.

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    The Herb Kane Lounge - selected artwork from the famed artist

    Artist: Herb Kane

    Located across the front desk

    This lounge is named after famed artist, historian and author, Herbert "Herb" Kawainui Kane, who was also one of the founding members of the Polynesian Voyaging Society. Herb’s career experience spanned numerous fields including advertising art, publishing art, architectural design, painting, writing, and sculpture with a special interest in Hawaii and the South Pacific.

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