Brenda Cablayan original painting Low Tide at Kaimana © 12 x 16
Kawainui Marsh played an important role in the history of the islands. Historians say that it was the primary reason that Kind Kamehameha conquered Oahu, as the kalo and fish that were cultivated at Kawainui fed a population close to today’s population of Oahu. Kamehameha himself was known to get into the lo’i and help the community with the cultivation process. This involves getting knee-deep in the rich mud of the lo’i, cutting the huli and replanting the keiki kalo.
If you’d like to learn more about current efforts to preserve and educate about Kawainui Marsh, please visit our friends at Ahahui Malama I Ka Lokahi. Hawaii is lucky they are working to malama this precious natural resource.
Brenda Cablayan is a contemporary painter who lives and works on the Windward side of Oahu. She has just brought us this painting.
Product Illustrator- Liberty house, Hawaii
2008/07/02/1999/98/96/95/94- Japanese Chamber of Commerce. Annual Exhibition
2000/1999/96- Artists of Hawaii, Honolulu Academy of the Arts (Now the Honolulu Museum of Art)
1996/95/94/93- Association of Hawaii Artists Contemporary Exhibition
2014- Hi Society, Honolulu Museum of Art
2011- Soul of Hawaii, Cedar Street Gallery
2009- Bus Stop Culture, Cedar Street Gallery
2009/06- Nohea Gallery
2008/05/04- Bethel Street Gallery
1996-2007- Showcase, Honolulu Academy of the Arts
2002- 75th Birthday, Honolulu Academy of the Arts
Corporate Commissions & Collections
Bank of Hawaii, Taipei, Taiwan. Honolulu, Hawaii
Kapiolani Hospital, Honolulu, Hawaii
Sheraton Ka’anapali, Maui, Hawaii
Mauna Lani Orchid, Kohala Coast, Hawaii
The Mauna Lani Hotel, Kohala Coast, Hawaii
King Kalakaua Plaza, Honu Group Inc. Waikiki, Hawaii
2001 Vans Triple Crown of Surfing
City & County of Honolulu, Hawaii
Castle Medical Center
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© Brenda Cablayan
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