"Kalo can only grow in fresh water"

PAINTINGS – Updated October 2021

Kapa Triptyche
36″ x 9″
“My Neighborhood: Pinion Hills, Carson River, Cottonwoods”  
beaten mulberry bark-2014 Maui, Hawai`i; bamboo stamp design-2021 Nevada
Specifically for “First Lady Presents” Inaugural Exhibition at Governor’s Mansion, Carson City, Nevada
September-February 2022 

“Black Canyon, Nevada” Plein Air, 10 1/2″ x 13″ unframed.
Watercolor on 300# Arches. $300.
$420 with gold frame

“BELLA MOON” Maui, Hawai`i,
Original 9″x12″ watercolor
Arches 300″ rag paper-purchased 2009
6.5″ x 8.5″ giclee prints available – $90.00 each

“SUMMER GARDENIA”-27″ X 22″ original watercolor – Purchased 05/15/2019
Arches 300# rag paper
Giclee prints available – $150 each
ROCK GARDEN #3 – Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe, Nevada. 2016
9″ x 12″ unframed original watercolor 300# Arches rag paper
“Angry Tide Against Solid Rock” Watercolor and Pastel 2020
10 1/4″ x 13 3/4″ image on 11 1/4″ x 15″ Arches 300#
Finalist Award Artroomgalleryonline.com/waters/July2020

MAUI MANGOES- Original watercolor on Arches #300 – Purchased 2013
  9″ x 12″ prints available. $125                                          

A CARSON SUNSET – Carson City, NV. 22″ x 18″ framed oil on cavas 2021
Contact Nevada Artists Association Gallery through October 23, 2021. (775)-882-6411 (Tues-Sun 12:00-4:00 p.m.)

“Carson Sunset #2”-Carson City, NV 2021
10″ x 14″ – watercolor and pastels original
Arches #300
Hanau Pohaku
HANAU POHAKU (reborn-lava flow) – Hawai`i. 9″ x 12″ unframed watercolor 2018
300# Arches rag paper $300
“From Here To There” – 2020, year of virtual reality
Oil on three panels-8″ x 10″ each panel
“Buddha in the Bodhi” – Pastels on Canson Miteintes – Purchased 2021
Prints available 10 1/2″ x 14″ German Etch Paper – $60 + shipping

“Kanaka Maoli” – Original Pastel on Canson Mi Teintes – Lono Family Estate
Prints available – $120

1 Comment

  1. Aloha Jackie! Your painting stole my heart away from your writing~you are one multi-gifted beautiful human being. And when is the food tasting at your resto):

    My husband Luc and I are now both here in Sparks. I was part of a delegation of AARP advocates lobbying for better services to seniors. I wondered if that day you’d perhaps be at the Legislature too.

    The last eight weeks since leaving Maui has been very hard for me: nosebleeds, dryyy skin, flying hair. But I’ve also met very nice people.

    I simply retired from my workplace~I loved helping people who have made big mistakes but the culture of probation/public safety is less rehab than punishment. Somehow some of my personal stuff (hard copy or email) were not in my office for me to pack up and go.

    I don’t know if you ever emailed me back after the unfortunate non-selection of one deserving community leader. Please give me a call and we can have a person-to-person conversation over coffee or tea, as the case may be. I’d like to share my new purpose in life and brainstorm perhaps – how can the “community” do more to help ordinary folks reach out for help rather than suffer in pain or lose loved ones’ lives all due to the stigma of mental illness.

    Hugs to the apos!

    Cornelia Soberano 808 298-3167


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