Film Photograph with Sepia Toner Printed on Canvas - Unframed 30.5" x 34"
"During the day that Honolulu unveiled the Duke Kahanamoku statue, a group of men who , as young boys, were tutored by modern Hawaiʻi’s most famous ambassador, posed for the local newspaper. I squeezed in between the photo-journalists to capture the moment. Photography is history. All these men were important to Hawaiʻi and a link to the 'Duke,'" shares Cathy. 1999
Film Photograph with Sepia Toner Printed on Canvas - Unframed 38" x 48"
"We visited a Christmas pageant in Kauai in 1987. This photo reminds me of the transition we all experience with the passage from juvenile to adolescent to adult. The little face framed by the older girls’ arms exhibits a longing to graduate to her next level. What a wonderful smile," shares Cathy.
This wiliwili tree has a special place in Beau's heart, and in the heart of the dry land forest. Now endangered, the wiliwili was once part of a thriving ecosystem--valued for it buoyant wood and beautiful flowers and seeds for lei.
Film Photograph, Darkroom Processed Framed 16" x 16" | 24" h x 23.5" w
This image of a TV screen, taken in 1977, became more poignant as the years progressed. At the time, she didn't realize the historical significance related to her art. This conception is now an eternal symbol of Cathy passion.
Chasing the sun at high altitude, led to an extremely fortunate capture. Peaking around the edge of Mauna Kea, the light and color of this image feel transcendent. "I feel it was a blessing to have gotten this shot," shared Beau.
Film Photograph with Sepia Toner Printed on Canvas - Unframed 36.5" x 42"
"A walk down Waikiki Beach affords many opportunities for photography. One never knows what subjects will appear. This image illustrates what, for tourists, is Hawaiʻi. Diamond Head, Waikiki, High-rise hotels, an outrigger canoe and satisfied visitors assisting the guides with the beaching of the boat," shares Cathy. 1976