gallery one hawaii

These are my views of Hawaii and its people. I use a combination of hawaiian mythology, legends, and stories as well as my interaction with the local people. Hawaii is a very unique place with customs and traditions that are quite different from the US mainland. It has been a joy to live here and I have learned much from the Hawaiians as well as other cultures that make up this island state.

Goddess of Cane Fire
Goddess of Cane Fire

12 x 36" acrylic on gallery wrap canvas 2013 Art Maui selection available

Who said there's no God west of the Horn? 24 x 36" acrylic on canvas white lacquer frame available

Born Again Venus
Born Again Venus

18 x 24" oil on canvas Koa wood frame - available

Maid of Honor
Maid of Honor

20 x 24" oil on gallery wrap canvas 2002 Art Maui selection available

Night Heron Hunting
Night Heron Hunting

18 x 24" acrylic on canvas grey lacquer frame

He Weke nightmare goatfish
He Weke nightmare goatfish

12 x 16" acrylic on canvas dark grey lacquer frame 1988 Artists of Hawaii selection Honolulu Museum of Art available

When the Wili Wili Tree Blooms, the Sharks arrive 24 x 36"acrylic on canvas taupe lacquer frame available

Mack the knife
Mack the knife

18 x 24" acrylic on canvas white lacquer frame available

Waipu'ilani a kai nihoniho
Waipu'ilani a kai nihoniho

12 x 24" acrylic on canvas white lacquer frame available