Shave Ice on the Rocks


Shave Ice on the Rocks

from 40.00

Wikipedia tells us that Hawaiian shave ice is an ice-based dessert made by shaving a block of ice. While shave ice can resemble a snow cone, snow cones are made with crushed, rather than shaved, ice. Shave ice traces its history to Japan, where it is known as kakigori. Shave ice enjoyed worldwide popularity after Japanese plantation workers immigrated to the Hawaiian Islands and brought their traditional dessert with them. Back then they created shave ice using large blocks of ice and Japanese swords.

Here we see three mermaids sitting on the rocks enjoying their Shave Ice on a hot summers day. Imagine yourself back in the islands, enjoying your very own Shave Ice on the Rocks.

Original Watercolor: SOLD

Open-edition Paper Giclée prints:

  • 8"Wx10"H mat (image size: 5"Wx6.75"H) = $40
  • 11"Wx14"H mat (image size: 7.5”Wx10.5”H) = $55
  • 16"Wx20"H mat (image size: 10.5”Wx14.5”H) = $100

Limited-edition, Gallery-wrapped, Canvas Giclée prints:

  • Image size: 16”Wx20”H gallery-wrapped, stretched canvas = $425.00
  • Image size: 16”Wx20”H gallery-wrapped, unstretched canvas, ready-to-assemble (stretcher bars not included) = $295.00
  • Image Size: 18”Wx24”H gallery-wrapped, stretched canvas = $495.00
  • Image Size: 18”Wx24”H gallery-wrapped, unstretched canvas, ready-to-assemble (stretcher bars not included) = $375.00

Shipping: All prices include standard shipping within the United States. For international shipping please contact Patrice.

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