Palatte Knife Painters

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Ko'Olina Breezes

"Ko'Olina Breezes"
Original Oil on Archival Panel
8 x 8 inch, unframed.

Today, I am inspired by our upcoming trip to Hawaii for the Holidays. Cant wait to be there and paint with the cool Hawaiian Breeze around me.

1 comment:

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