33rd annual Big Island Rendezvous print now available
The Big Island Rendezvous announced its creation of the 33rd Rendezvous print by artist Eloise Adams.
According to a press release, the sale of the print helps fund the two student days. Again this year, 3,000 students learn about their history on Thursday and Friday. They learn how their forefathers and foremothers lived.
The print depicts a basket maker, storytellers and members of the cowboy encampment.
Also shown is a drawing of Dan Borland — a special volunteer who worked to promote the event for 32 years.
The prints are numbered and signed by the artist and some are hand-painted. They are available at the Adams booth at the event.