Hoʻokipa Noon

12″ x 16″ ORIGINAL OIL on canvas – “Hoʻokipa Noon”.  This ORIGINAL was SOLD at a gift shop in Pāʻia Town, Maui shortly after itsʻ release!  It is now in a private collection in Japan!  The print is perfect as a limited edition feature print as a 48″ x 36″ 3 panel canvas giclee.

Hoʻokipa Beach Park on Mauiʻs North Shore is world famous for windsurfing and surfing.  From the scenic lookout, shallow reefs are revealed as a mosaic of color, when the white waves wash away.  Sugar cane fields and the West Maui Mountains line the endless horizon of ocean blue.  Mid-day heat is cooled by the misty sea spray; like a welcome embrace of hospitality.

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Ohe Polū – Blue Bamboo

ʻOhe Polū – Blue Bamboo

Deep In the forest where the blue bamboo blooms…

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Palm Island Sunrise

12″ x 24″ Original Oil On Canvas.  There is a heavenly place on Maui called Hāna which is a perfect place to see a sunrise – on the Eastern most point of the island.  I imagined myself in a little grass hut next to the Pacific Ocean watching the sunrise as the palms on Alau island light aglow with the colors of a new day.  Palm Island Sunrise!

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* This image is optimal in the 16″ x 32″, 18″ x 24″ or 16″ x 48″ size, but looks great cropped to fit other sizes too.

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The Legend Of The Taro

19″ x 23″ Original Oil Pastel.  This painting was inspired by the taro plant, also known as kalo in Hawaiʻi, and itsʻ central role in Hawaiian mythology.  Taro is the older sibling of man so there is strong familial relationships between the plant and the people, which reinforces an environmental awareness as well.  Here depicted are the working taro farmers with the goddess Haumea looking on with her ipu (gourd drum) while in the mist rises voices carrying on the legend and story of the taro.  For the artist, who was named after a legendary Taro farmer on Molokai, this portrait holds a special place in connection with the land and its people.  “Getting to know Taro is getting to know who we are.  Taro is more than a staple of our diet; itʻs a symbol of our culture,” says Rachael.

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