Posts Tagged ‘watercolor painting’

Just Added- Blessed Father Damien by Peggy Chun

Father Damien of Molokai” A collaborative artwork by Peggy Chun, Magdalena Hawajska, & the students of Holy Trinity School On October 11, 2009 Father Damien was canonized by Pope Benedict XVI, and is now known as Saint Damien de Veuster of Molokai. He is considered the spiritual patron for Hansen’s disease, HIV/AIDS patients, and outcasts. […]


Hawaiian Artist Danny Braddix

Danny Braddix, Jr. grew up in France, Germany and Massachusetts. After graduating from college, he spent two years working in a big city high-rise before packing up his blue van and heading westwards on a quest to find his true calling. When reaching the California coast at Big Sur it’s splendid natural environment awoke the […]


Jim Kingwell Hawaiian Artist

Jim Kingwell has been painting the colors of Hawaii for many years. The charm of the Tropics, island beaches, palm trees swaying in the breeze, rainbows, tropical birds, exotic flowers, and the Hawaiian culture are essential elements to his art. Check out all his Limited Edition images now available on our website Jim_Kingwell_Artist_Showcase ___________________________________________


Janet Stewart – Hawaiian Watercolor Artist

Janet Stewart was born in America’s heartland, Des Moines, Iowa. She was to see the Pacific Ocean for the first time from the Palisades in Santa Monica, CA at the age of twelve. She knew she would never live far from it again. “My mother says I started drawing as soon as I could hold […]


Peggy Chun (1946-2008) – Beloved Hawaii Artist Dies

Peggy Chun is known in Hawaii for her beautiful and often whimsical paintings. Her work can be found in both private and corporate collections across the globe. This watercolor artist, who lived the last years of her life paralyzed by ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s Disease, captured the “spirit of aloha” and thrived on sharing her […]