IPU Girl

$480.00$675.00

A woman adorned in flower lei holds a drum to perform a Native Hawaiian storytelling routine, printed on canvas by famed Hawaii artist Jack Soren (20″x20″).

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“An image of a native Hawaiian woman who is telling stories as she beats upon the Hawaiian instrument called an Ipu. This way of storytelling is how Hawaiians recorded their history.” ~ Jack Soren

A woman adorned in flower lei holds a drum to perform a Native Hawaiian storytelling routine, printed on canvas by famed Hawaii artist Jack Soren. Each print is hand Signed and Numbered by Jack, and Artist Proof prints have further embellishments to enhance color and texture, making each Artist Proof a one-of-a-kind unique treasure.

  • Limited Edition matte canvas print
  • Edition quantity: Signed and Numbered (50), Artist Proofs (10).
  • Art dimensions 20″ x 20″
  • Float frame optional

Native to Hawaii Jack spent most of his life in the ocean surfing, exploring the Island and his passions. From a young age Jack discovered an interest in drawing and painting which lead him to Graffiti and Street art. He is currently working on his professional career as a full time artist painting murals, displaying in galleries and exploring different mediums and creative outlets.

Shipping

We carefully pack and ship most art prints in 1-3 weeks, a little longer if framing is included, and tracking information is provided on all orders once the package is shipped.

  • Original paintings may take up to 2-3 weeks to ship (3-4 weeks if custom framed)
  • Sculpture may take up to 2-4 weeks to ship
  • Canvas giclee prints may take up to 3-4 weeks to ship (4-5 weeks if custom framed)
  • Fine art watercolor paper giclee prints with custom framing may take up to 2-3 weeks
  • Matted paper prints ship promptly in 4-5 days (2-3 weeks if custom framed)
  • Tracking information is provided on all orders once the package is shipped.
  • Unfortunately we cannot ship on customer accounts, for liability (insurance) purposes.
  • International orders may incur customs/duty fees, which shall be paid by recipient.
  • Claims for damage – see our FAQ for further questions and answers.

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