By Allison Leialoha Milham
Woodcut and chine-collé
9 x 11.25 inches (paper), 4 x 6 inches (print)
Edition #3 of 20
Value $55 (unframed)
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About this print:
Woodcut printed in subtle rainbow roll on handmade kozo, chine-collé on Rives BFK. Printed at In Cahoots Residency, July 2020. Kalo (or taro) is not only the traditional staple food in Hawai’i, but it’s also our relative—our elder sibling. Like our language, hula, and other cultural practices, growing kalo was once made illegal by US colonizers. The revitalization of traditional farming techniques in Hawai‘i is an important part of the much larger cultural renaissance taking place in Hawai‘i today.
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