Limahuli Garden

Ha'ena Beach Park


2005 -  126 x 94 (inch)

Twisting of Fingers and Gifted Rinse to Wash Away

Kaua’i    North Shore Sight

This work is located at Limahuli valley and Mt. Makana, north shore of Kaua'i island.

About half mile before the end of the road '560', you will come to Limahuli Stream.

The floor of Limahili, a lush tropical valley bordered by awe-inspiring pinnacles,

remains lined with ancient taro terraces and rare native Hawaiian plants that flourish in Limahuli Garden.

I've heard that Lumiha'i beach near the Limahuli valley is meaning "TWISTING OF FINGERS" in English .

"TWISTING OF FINGERS", view of these mountains in this area reminded

for me the hand gesture of Aloha "Spirit of Love".

And Mt. Makana in the right side of this image is meaning "The Gift" in English.

Many people have been use this stream to rinse off the saltwater after their day

at Ke'e beach or after working at taro terraces.

Taro and cold water, that is the gift from Love. ( Matthew 7:11 )

Solo exhibition "SATOSHI" at American's Fine Art Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ, USA on October 2005.

Solo exhibition at the HEARTLAND, Roppongi, Tokyo, Japan on July 2006.