When I think of Hawaii, I think of bright primary and secondary colors, with turquoise waters and dark blue skies.
Researching the area, I discovered that the Yellow Hibiscus is the state flower. I love discovering each hidden gem in these series of paintings, capturing the allure and the culture. I intended for flowers and colors to dance and sparkle.
The lei, as it cuts across the canvas diagonally, divides the plain into water and land, while indigenous flora and fauna organize the walkway for a pleasant hike. The light of the moon in the far distance to the left, lights the way and reflects brilliantly against the black shiny coats of the dolphins.
You know it is a good day when you see dolphins playing in the distance.