The musings of a landscape painter, art teacher, and art history lover
This Maui Landscape painting was inspired by a photograph I captured while taking a leisurely stroll through the historic town of Lahaina on Maui Island, Hawaii. Lahaina, a small village with a rich history dating back to the early 1800s, was once the capital of Hawaii before it was moved to Honolulu in 1845. Translated as "cruel sun," Lahaina currently boasts several charming shops and bars, making it a popular tourist destination.
The painting portrays an old shack situated right on the beach, evoking a sense of nostalgia and romance. Can you imagine falling asleep to the gentle lullaby of the ocean each night, pondering whether to go fishing or laze around on the beach the next day?
My trip to Hawaii with Marla surpassed all expectations. Despite the crowds of tourists, the beautiful beaches, tropical weather, and laid-back aloha lifestyle made for an unforgettable experience. I look forward to returning to explore the other islands, but in the meantime, I have an abundance of photographs to work from and am excited to create many more Maui Landscape paintings. For now, I am Maui dreaming!
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Author: Bruce Black
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