A close-up view of tapa (or kapa) cloth after it has been dyed and completed, by artist Roen Hufford, Big Island. The wauke (or paper mulberry) bark that becomes cloth and the Hawaiian plants that the dyes are made from are all grown on her family's land.
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Kapa by Roen Hufford
A close-up view of tapa (or kapa) cloth after it has been dyed and completed, by artist Roen Hufford, Big Island. The wauke (or paper mulberry) bark that becomes cloth and the Hawaiian plants that the dyes are made from are all grown on her family's land.

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Date: 20 Aug 2016
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