Kanu Maiʻa by Dietrich Varez


Kanu Maiʻa (Banana Planter), giclee print by Dietrich Varez

This archival giclee reproduction is available on Fine Art Paper and Canvas in the following Sizes:  9″x 12″, 12″ x 16″, 18″ x 24″

***The framed giclee, measuring 16.5″ x 20.25″ is featured in our current exhibition that runs from February 14th until May 26th. All items will be shipped after May 26th.***


Kanu Maiʻa (Banana Planter), giclee print by Dietrich Varez

Initially, Hawaiians introduced bananas to the islands, cultivating native varieties that persist today. These bananas vary in consumption, with some enjoyed raw and others cooked. In ancient Hawaiʻi, it was considered taboo for women to eat bananas. Dreaming about bananas, encountering a man carrying them, or bringing bananas on a fishing canoe was also deemed as bad luck.


Dimensions N/A

9"x12", 12"x16", 18"x24"


Fine Art Paper, Canvas


Framed, Rolled

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