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    The Lace Jacket

    $ 40
    This jacket has history.  It is being worn by Mary Alice Noges, one of the most elegant women I know.  I lived in Hilo as a little girl and my mother loved auctions.  

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    Hula Hair

    $ 50$ 1,500
    "Hula Hair" captures a young dancer standing in a sunlight garden where the light illuminates her plumeria leis as part of my "Contemporary Hawaiian" series.

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    The Guardian

    $ 50
    At the foot of the Kohala mountains, on the shores of Kawaihai, stands the “Temple of the Lonely One”, Pu’ukohola.  This huge stone edifice stands today as a monument to the might and power of King Kamehameha the First.

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    The Threshold

    $ 40
    One of my daughter’s friends from school arrived at my house on the morning of her 12th birthday.  She was a favorite model for both me and my mother.  Beautiful Serena was dressed in her best mumu and wore a splendid “lei po’o” in the “haku” style.  

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    Basket of Aloha

    $ 50$ 1,500
    "Basket of Aloha" represents the warm hospitality and generosity of the people of Hawaii. Many of us here are blessed with the overflowing abundance of fruits and flowers in our yards. It is common to find an anonymous box of papayas, a rusty coffee can full of brilliant orchids, or a ripening bunch of bananas from your neighbor left on your doorstep. It is one of the joys of island living.

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    Protea II

    $ 50$ 1,500
    This was painted as a companion piece of Protea I.  I love the subtle colors of the flowers.  It’s hard to believe that each of these very different blossoms are of the same flora family.  I think the orange ones look like fireworks.

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    Bowl of Light

    $ 40
    The birth of a child, anywhere in the world, is a special thing. Each child brings a bright spot of light which, if nurtured and developed, can become a burning torch of wisdom and passion. To symbolize this, on the Hawaiian Island of Molokai, children are given a wooden calabash containing kukui nut oil and a wick. It is their bowl of light.