Hollace’s Artwork Debuts in New USA Locations

“Honu Rising”

Hollace is pleased to announce that the Christian Riso Fine Art Gallery in Hawaii is now handling her original paintings and prints.  This prestigious gallery was established in the old sugarcane town of Koloa, Kauai (Hawaii) in 1994.  It is recognized as a traditional Hawaiian gallery featuring works of talented artists of both national and international origins.In spending time this summer (2008) on the incomparably beautiful island of Kauai, Hollace was inspired by the tropical beauty, the warmth of the people, and the folklore.  Having long admired the green sea turtle, which is nurtured and protected in the Cayman Islands, Hollace was fascinated by Hawaiian mythology where legend tells about a sea turtle, Kauila, who could change herself into a girl to watch over the children playing at Punalu’u Beach on the Big Island.  Kauila is known as the “mythical mother” of all turtles.  Turtles are also said to have been the guides for the first voyagers to Hawaii.  In appreciation for the Hawaiian folklore surrounding the green sea turtle, Hollace has entitled the painting she created this summer (see above) “Honu Rising”.

In addition to selling her work in Kauai, the Stone Harbor, New Jersey Gallery, “Island Art,” is also handling Hollace’s prints.

The Morgan Gallery, Grand Cayman

She continues to sell original paintings and prints at multiple Grand Cayman locations, including The Morgan Gallery, the Ritz-Carlton Gallery and retail shop, as well as Pure Art Gallery.

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