Pali at Ke'e Beach #674
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Hawaii watercolor painting by Kauai Artist Emily Miller
Artwork Dimensions (unframed): 12" x 18" image size, framed to 18" x 24"
Original painting Sold The 4000 ft. high Na Pali cliffs begin here above Ke'e Beach, at the end of the road on Kauai's north shore. The beach opens onto a shallow triangular lagoon protected from the ocean surf by a fringing reef. To the right of the main stretch of sand, this late summer aerial view shows a tiny, seasonal sandy beach that disappears into the rocks during the pounding storms of winter.
Tucked above this seasonal beach is a hula platform, visible as an open, grassy area shored up by lava rocks. This heiau, Ka Ulu O Laka, is the site of a historic and contemporary hula school. It is a sacred place for Hawaiian culture.
At the far left of the painting is a restored taro patch, or lo'i. To the right of the beach, the Kalalau Trail climbs up into the Na Pali coast. A few open lookout points on the trail are visible above the heiau and rocky beach area.
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Na Pali coast
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