Arts at Mark’s Garage has a fun show up right now all about the mythical, whimsical, astrological, and fantastic, and it is entitled “What’s Your Sign?” I have one painting… Continue reading What’s Your Sign?
Ever since I was a child I loved my weird dreams. I remember even as a teenager, I used to have dreams about visiting art galleries and seeing amazing paintings… Continue reading How to Paint from Dreams
WHERE IS THIS MURAL? At the corner of Hahani and Hekili Streets in Kailua. Google Map pin: https://goo.gl/maps/TwmniuA5J1w6M7sEA WHAT IS KAWAINUI? Kawainui is the nearby wetland, only a couple of… Continue reading The Birds of Kawainui
What a great week for the local art scene here on Oahu! The party for the new HI on Art movie went very well and was a lot of fun!… Continue reading HI on Art Movie is Online
Recently I returned to an ongoing series of illuminated endemic Hawaiian birds using metal leaf and inspiration from old manuscript art. Illuminated manuscripts, intricately illustrated books, were very painstaking work… Continue reading Illuminated Birds Series
One of the pieces I have been working on the most lately is an allegorical figure of healing and renewal. The strength of a human soul is not unyielding steel… Continue reading Blossoming
The public is welcome at the upcoming reception at Linekona Gallery. I would especially like to invite anyone reading this blog – that’s you! – to come if you can.… Continue reading Then and Now Exhibit Opens This Weekend at Honolulu Museum of Art School Linekona Gallery
I am glad to announce that I have a new presence in a Downtown Gallery (since May 2019), and it’s an excellent space that benefits the entire Oahu art community,… Continue reading New Venue: Downtown Art Center
Hauwahine Guardian of Kawainui<br/> 18 X 36<br/> Oil on Panel Hauwahine is a shapeshifting Hawaiian diety who protects Kawainui Marsh, the largest open wetland of Kailua. In the stories of… Continue reading Hauwahine
The Wahi Pana exhibit is up right now as I write this – the reception came and went in a blur! I tended the show and gave tours a lot… Continue reading Wahi Pana Exhibit is up until July 5 – Many Thanks!