The Ama’ama, the prized whitefish of O`ahu’s leeward coast, are pretty common in Hawai’i. They might look bit dull at first, just silver gray, but I find it fascinating to watch them as a group, how they move parallel to each other switching directions abruptly, without ever hitting one another, an awesome display of harmony and complete coordination, something to learn from as human beings. My wife loves their Hawaiian name because if you read it in Spanish it means love, love.
A custom painted surfboard of Ama’ama fish using Acrylics and Posca markers, finished with fiberglass and gloss polished resin, by popular Hawaii artist Eduardo Bolioli.
- Original Eduardo Bolioli painted surfboard (2019).
- Surfboard dimensions 71″ High x 19″ Wide.
- Ready to hang with wall mount – all necessary hardware included. Mounted board will hang approximately 1″ off of the wall or approximately 2″ with additional spacers provided.