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The Palm Tree: God’s Gift to Landscape Painters

Big Island artist Scott Cahill told me that once and it’s so very true, palm trees are a godsend to painters.  They move, they dance, they shimmer with light, a big quivering focal point ready to help define a summer sunset

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The Palm Tree: God’s Gift to Landscape Painters

Big Island artist Scott Cahill told me that once and it’s so very true, palm trees are a godsend to painters.  They move, they dance, they shimmer with light, a big quivering focal point ready to help define a summer sunset

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“Hawaiian Electric”

A somewhat blustery day in January yielded this sunset just before it turned in for the night. The motion of the Pacific never ceases to fascinate me, let alone the dramatic and sometimes technicolor interplays of light. Oil on canvas, 40″x60″

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“Hawaiian Electric”

A somewhat blustery day in January yielded this sunset just before it turned in for the night. The motion of the Pacific never ceases to fascinate me, let alone the dramatic and sometimes technicolor interplays of light. Oil on canvas, 40″x60″

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“Kona Sunrise”

One morning last December, my sister and I stood admiring a beautiful sunrise over Kailua-Kona, enjoying coffee and conversation and the pulse of the waves below. This piece was largely a joy to paint, though I had several challenges along

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“Kona Sunrise”

One morning last December, my sister and I stood admiring a beautiful sunrise over Kailua-Kona, enjoying coffee and conversation and the pulse of the waves below. This piece was largely a joy to paint, though I had several challenges along

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“Byodo-In Temple, Oahu”

One of the most beautiful and peaceful places I’ve ever been, the Byodo-In Temple sits right below the mysterious other-worldly Ko’olau mountains on the island of Oahu.  Year-round residents include finches, doves, and other songbirds who will eat seed right

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“Byodo-In Temple, Oahu”

One of the most beautiful and peaceful places I’ve ever been, the Byodo-In Temple sits right below the mysterious other-worldly Ko’olau mountains on the island of Oahu.  Year-round residents include finches, doves, and other songbirds who will eat seed right

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