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Oil on linen in white frame 42" h x 18" w Hawaiian lobelioids are prolific, comprising at least 115 species. Lobelia hypoleuca is the most widespread of this group, known from the upland rainforests and mesic forests of the six largest Hawaiian Islands. The curved lilac flower clusters emerge from a single stalk. The leaves have white undersides, referring to the silver belly of its marine namesake `opelu, the Hawaiian Mackerel Scad. The plant family one of the most spectacular examples of island evolution in flowering plants with curved flowers matching the bill of their bird pollinators who drink the nectar within. - Melissa Chimera
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Original watercolor - unframed Image size 15" h x 11" w "The pineapple is a type of Bromeliad, a succulent plant in the tropics," shares Patrice. "From Spanish Moss (known here as Pele’s Hair) to the Pineapple, bromeliads come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. Once grown in far greater numbers on the islands, the pineapples have long been a symbol of hospitality. In the spirit of hospitality, here’s my favorite Carrot Cake Recipe (I make it in muffin tins):"
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Limited Edition Giclee (10/50) - Artist Enhanced with Mixed Metal Leaf on canvas 24" h x 24" w “Breath is sacred in part because it carries the words of the pule (prayer).” (Pukui, Haertig & Lee) "“A Prayer For Our Brothers” is about respect between all men, between brothers, sons and fathers, feeling the love of family, honoring the ancestors that stand behind us in time, remembering those that we have lost together and a shared prayer for the future of our families. In this painting a father and son embrace with strength and grace and a deep knowing is shared between them in this moment that they will support and love each other always. The silver leaf is meant to symbolize the Mana that flows from them, between them and around them as they share the sacred breath of life. Mahalo to Ke’eaumoku Kapu and his son Kaulana Kapu for posing for this painting. Thank you for helping me bring this painting to life and trusting a total stranger with such a sacred expression." - Christina DeHoff
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Film Photograph with Sepia Toner Printed on Canvas - Unframed 30.75" x 34"
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Oil on canvas - framed Painting - 14" h x 11" w
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Coffee table book by Tiffany DeEtte Shafto & Lynda McDaniel 2017 Award of Excellence for Special Interest Books - Hawaii Book Publishers Association Hardcover: 224 pages Publisher: Contemporary Publications; 1 edition (September 1, 2015) Language: English ISBN-10: 0-692-40340-X ISBN-13: 978-0-692-40340-2 Product Dimensions: 12.25 x 9.9 x 1.25 inches Shipping Weight: 4 pounds Excerpt from Preface “What makes this book so amazing is the sharing of each artist’s gift to enhance not only our people but the place where we all live. This book shows you what the real Hawaiʻi is all about: our islands, each individually unique and brought to life by these creative artists. That is the Spirit of Aloha.” -Ronald Williams President & CEO, Atlantis Adventures Former Board Chairman, Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority
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Milo, mango & poplar with transparent toner paints 21” h x 13.75” w
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Original oil - framed with linen liner 12" h x 9" w
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Original Oil, Acrylic & Silver Leaf on Panel - framed 12" h x 16" w "Ascent to the Moon is my interpretation of the story of Mahina, Goddess of the Moon and mother of Maui," shares Christina. "She was a survivor who knew that she wanted a life beyond what she was living. She ran up rainbows, faced challenges and ultimately followed her heart to the moon and found love and peace."
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Collage on Board 35" h x 36" w The process of collage takes Mary’s work into a new dimension. The use of Mary’s hand painted papers and additional hand made papers from around the globe create interesting texture and exaggerated movement in these collages. The effect is a visual cross between painting, mosaic and block printing. Light and color and shape taking flowers and water and landscapes to the edge of abstraction and back again.
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Mango, poplar, bloodwood, & paint
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Film Photograph Unframed 16" x 20" Kaimu Bay, 1982 In 1987, this beach was covered by lava and a perfect example of black & white. The dark of the sand meets the ivory of the water. Black sand is created when molten lava splinters into pebbles when meeting the cool ocean. This scene is now, non-existent. Please allow two weeks for shipment. Each piece is still processed in a dark room.
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Painted Paper Collage 16" h x 16" The process of collage takes Mary’s work into a new dimension. The use of Mary’s hand painted papers and additional hand made papers from around the globe create interesting texture and exaggerated movement in these collages. The effect is a visual cross between painting, mosaic and block printing. Light and color and shape taking flowers and water and landscapes to the edge of abstraction and back again.
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Original watercolor, matted and framed 37" h x 27" w Image size 22.75" h x 15" w "Heliconia were the subject of the first watercolor painting for which I won an award; that painting was titled, “Coming Out of Hiding," shares Patrice. "My intention with this painting was to make the heliconia even bolder. I am making a statement about being bold, brave, and your beautiful self in life. It’s about being more and more visible in the process."
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