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Artwork >> Kenneth Grzesik >> Tunnels Vision

"Tunnels Vision"
Kenneth Grzesik
Soft Pastel On Paper - 18 Inches x 18 Inches
The view is from tunnels beach looking toward Mt. Makana, commonly known as Bali Hai

7500 US$

Poster 45 US$


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Grand work
Grand work! I love what you have created here.
(Marty, 23 February 2016)
Terrific
This is terrific work. I like your style and the color choices and just everything about it.
(Beth, 9 February 2016)
Nice
Nice piece. I really like it a lot.
(Kit Kat, 20 November 2015)
Cool
Very cool work. I love your style so much.
(Pate, 10 November 2015)
Holy Cow!
Holy cow this is impressive. I love what you have done here.
(Andrea, 8 November 2015)
Clean looking
This is such a refreshing picture. I think that you have captured this quite well.
(MIMI, 20 October 2015)
So peaceful
This is so peaceful. I could sit and look at this artwork for hours and hours on end.
(Danna, 29 September 2015)
Jenna wants this!
I must say you are quite talented here. I love this piece as it looks amazing to me!
(Jenna, 23 September 2015)
great!
I close my eyes and I can see this painting... What a gorgeous piece of artwork!!!
(Kat, 15 September 2015)
Book on hula

(Gretchen Guletz Carlson, 20 June 2012)
Thank you
I am happy with your support. I wish you well.
(Bohumila Kopec, 16 January 2007)
Nice photography!
Aloha! Kenneth, Nice photography, they have the visual textural quality of your pastel. Keep them coming, I’m looking forward to see more. My son and daughter both surfers at the California Central Coast would die to live in Anahola! Anne Fraker
(Anne Fraker, 24 December 2006)




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 The Story of the Hula   Taken from "Hula! New, Easy Self-Teaching Method" by Scotty Guletz (South Sea Scotty) 1956

 How Hawaii Was Made Safe (Part 4)   The final segment in the legend of the goddess Hi'iaka and her companions.

 How Hawaii Was Made Safe (part 3)   Hi'iaka and her companions face Pana'ewa the great mo'o of the forest.

 How Hawaii Was Made Safe (part 2)   A continuation of the legend of Hi'iaka and her quest to rid the island of Hawaii from the evil beings that ruled the island.

 How Hawaii Was Made Safe (part one)   From "Pele and Hi'iaka" by Emerson "Legends of the Volcanoes" by Westervelt Collected or suggested by Mary Kawena Pukui Retold by Caroline Curtis in "Pikoi and Other Legends of the Island of Hawaii" published by Kamahameha Schools in 1949.




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