“This delicate painting is a sibling to the work, Lounging Lei Wahine. Inspired by the beautiful dances found in Polynesian and Hawaiian culture, this awaiting dancer is preparing for her opening. The painting was created to celebrate Pacific Islander history and show the beauty in candid moments.” ~ Mae Waite
Beautiful original watercolor painting on washi (Japanese paper) of two wahine (women) adorned in traditional Hawaiian garments, by popular Hawaii artist Mae Waite.
- Original Mae Waite painting using watercolor paint on Japanese washi paper (2019).
- Art dimensions 10″ High x 8″ Wide
- Comes with a koa veneer frame (26″x32″).
Mae Waite is an independent artist and illustrator based in Honolulu, Hawaii. Many of her pieces are the embodiment of her surroundings and emotions that are influenced by the environment. She is constantly in tuned with the artistic process of creating and emphasizes on different techniques. Mae loves to experiment on different surfaces, working closely with oils, ink, graphite, watercolors, acrylics, gouache, and illustrator applications.