Kaihalulu (Red Sand Beach) - Hana Tonic

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Kaihalulu (Red Sand Beach)

DESCRIPTION:

The perfect Hāna memento… our vibrant magnets brighten anything you put them on. Collect them all!.

ABOUT THE ART:

This stunning crescent-shaped beach gets its red sand from the crumbling Ka’uiki Head cinder cone, whose rust-red lava cinder cliffs tower above the beach. Although it remains a breathtaking place, it’s strongly advised that people don’t hike to this beach, as the trail is extremely treacherous. 

PRODUCT DETAILS:

  • 3.5" W × 3.5" L
  • Printed on high-quality magnet stock
  • Made in USA

    The Artist

    Renee Louis-Charles is an artist and entrepreneur. Growing up in Hawaii has given Renee a unique perspective of the world and served as a source of great inspiration in everything she does. Renee’s art captures the essence of Hāna with rich saturated color, lush foliage, and whimsical scenes of island life. Louis-Charles has received national acclaim for her artistic achievements, including being named the first place winner of the State of Hawaii’s Sterling Scholar in Visual Arts. Her hometown of Hāna, Maui continues to spark her creativity and entrepreneurial spirit. In addition to her line of artwork, Renee founded Hana Tonic, a ginger wellness product for nausea relief.

    The Inspiration

    Hāna, Maui is famous for being one of the most beautiful places on earth, but it’s also notorious for its long windy road— it takes over 600 curves to get there! From the moment you start your drive you are immersed in the experience of the road… steep cliffs, gorgeous waterfalls, ancient bridges, and lush greenery.

    “Growing up in Hāna shaped who I am, and sparked my interest in art. My paintings are of all the places in Hāna that hold a special place in my heart.” -Renee Louis-Charles

    Naturally You

    Hana Tonic delivers a unique blend of ingredients that work together to relieve nausea, promote digestion, and boost immunity so you feel your best, naturally.

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