Moa Kāne – Rodney the Rooster



Moa Kāne is the Hawaiian word for rooster. If you ever have the good fortune to visit the island of Kaua`i, you’ll be surprised to find many roosters roaming around. Many of them have bright, vibrant feathers in a rainbow of colors, like this alcohol ink painting of Rodney the Rooster.

While roosters and chickens are essentially the same animal, roosters are male chickens only (believe it or not chickens refer to a bird of either gender). If your kids like farm animals, take Rodney home and enjoy having him around without the annoying “cocka-doodle-doo” each morning.

For interior designers working with clients who live in the country and/or want that barn/farm feel, Moa Kāne – Rodney the Rooster makes a great addition to a family room, kitchen, or play room.

This original piece of abstract farm art is protected with several coats of Kamar varnish and a UV protectant to seal and prevent fading. Still, displaying alcohol inks in direct sunlight is not recommended.
Please note due to computer monitors (and lighting) differences in colors may vary slightly.

NOTE: The painting does NOT include the watermark seen on this image.

Size: 10″ x 10″ canvas (unmatted & unframed)
Price includes free shipping & handling in the contiguous U.S.