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Aloha! Honu Hawaii Art Hibiscus Coral Reefs Flowers Floral Reefs Framed Print featuring the painting Wave of the Honu by Joel Salinas III


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Top Mat

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Bottom Mat



9.50" x 12.00"

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15.00" x 17.50"


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Wave of the Honu Framed Print

Joel Salinas III

by Joel Salinas III


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Wave of the Honu framed print by Joel Salinas III.   Bring your print to life with hundreds of different frame and mat combinations. Our framed prints are assembled, packaged, and shipped by our expert framing staff and delivered "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.

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About Joel Salinas III

Joel Salinas III

Bio Joel Salinas III was born in April of 1975, and grew up in Northern California. He currently splits his time between South Lake Tahoe and Walnut Creek, CA, and travels to Hawaii once a year for work and inspiration. His love for the arts began early in life, taking shape as he learned to draw with his grandmother and danced as an aspiring B-Boy. He feels immense gratitude to his family for supporting him in his creative pursuits. As a child, he found inspiration everywhere around him. However There was a point in time where Joel wanted to become a marine biologist, due to discovering his favorite oceanic icon, Jacques Cousteau. It was at this time that he found his love for the ocean, which heavily influences his art to this...



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