Petroglyphs of Hawai'i Journal
Petroglyphs of Hawai‘i/Nā Ki‘i Pohaku Journal
Capturing the wondrous recordings of Hawai‘i’s past carved into stone, this journal is part historical record and part art history. Cook has become an expert on petroglyph interpretation and her illustrations spur the imagination to glimpse into an ancient ocean voyaging world. - faux linen cover - wood-free premium weighted paper - durable binding and cover for lie-flat presentation
Additional product information:
- 144 unlined pages
- wood-free premium weighted paper
- durable binding and cover with refined finish for repeated use
- lie-flat presentation
About the Author:
Lynn Cook is a teller of tales. A life-long, Hawai‘i-based journalist, her focus is Hawaiian history, arts, music, hula, culture and the process of discovery. She writes for local and national and international newspapers, magazines and travel journals, sharing adventures and suggesting opportunities to experience Hawai‘i’s heritage—from ancient to modern. A former newspaper reporter in the Pacific Northwest, for forty-plus years she has worked as a Hawai‘i-based freelance writer, sharing the arts and culture of the Pacific with a global audience. Her petroglyph research has taken her from Hawai‘i to Huahine, and from the coast of the U.S. continent to New Caledonia. When she speaks and writes of rock art, she means real rocks, not her treasured poster for the Rolling Stones.
Cook is a forty-plus year student of hula, dancing with Halau Mohala ‘Ilima, under the direction of Kumu Hula Mapuana deSilva of Ka‘ohao, Kailua, Ko‘olaupoko, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i.