ʻAumākua are deitized forms that Hawaiians believe to
embody the spirits of departed loved ones.
ʻAumākua can take the shape of many things such as a moʻo (lizard), pueo (owl) or even the form of a pōhaku or rock. 
Families or individuals may also have more than one ʻaumakua.
This Collection pays tribute to my family ʻaumakua the manō (shark)
and my personal ʻaumakua, the pueo (owl).