The dancer in the hula noho (sitting) position, braces herself against a powerful wind, her hands moving as if to pull the wind over her. Winds are seen as voices of the ancestors. Listen and they will speak to you. Hula noho is often done with the dancer chanting during the dance.
These three figures in bronze dance hula kahiko, the ancient style of Hawaiian dance. The two female dancers, the spirits of the wind, represent the dance and chant of Hawaiian hula. Together these winds lift the mighty 'Io, the Hawaiian Hawk, the central male dancer, who represents the spirit of Hawai'i.
Available in 2 sizes:
Small: 5.75" D x 4.5" W x 3.75" H (faux lava rock base)
Medium: 10.5" D x 11.5" W x 8" H (base: 12" R x 2.5")
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