E ho’i hou i homelani
(Returning to our Heavenly Home)
An original oil painting by classmate Lisa (Morrett) Reid Cole
Size: 25 X 30 oil on canvas, framed in Koa veneer frame
Offered for purchase via this private auction exclusively to the Punahou Class of 1972 in honor of their 50th Reunion. The painting will be displayed during the Reunion.
This is a private fundraising auction by the Reunion Committee. The retail value of the painting is $3,800.00, and the opening bid is $1,800.00. All net proceeds will go to the Class fund to underwrite reunion expenses and add to our class fund.
This particular piece aims to extoll the theme of our reunion of voyaging home with the rough waters of life becoming calm seas the closer we get to our “heavenly” home in Hawaii. The metaphor of Hokule‘a in the light of this journey is a nod to this theme and our inspiration.
Bidding is only open to Class of ’72 Voyagers and their families. All bidding will take place on this website, and bidding will close on Sunday, June 12, at 6 pm, Hawaii time. The winning bidder will be notified by email and payment can be by check or credit card.
The original framed artwork can be delivered or picked up in person in Honolulu or shipped directly to the buyer at their expense. Purchase is through Lisa Reid Fine Art, with all profits going to the Class of 1972 account.
Giclee Prints of E ho’i hou i homelani
Archival giclee prints of the painting are also available for purchase through Lisa Reid Cole.
16 X 20 giclee prints on paper are $150.00 each, with net proceeds donated to the ’72 Class Fund.
Shipping not included. Contact Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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