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Caleoni

by Aaron Paquette

Art Print

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Collect your choice of gallery quality Giclée, or fine art prints custom trimmed by hand in a variety of sizes with a white border for framing.

This was painted half in Hawaii and half in Canada. It was my first time being overseas and the experience of Oahu really touched me. My time there was very special for me and I came to understand something amazing. When I first arrived, I was struck by the sheer humidity of the air, the gentle feeling on my skin. As the days passed and I walked in the valleys and along the beaches, as i swam and soaked in the sun, I began to see the spirit of the land, the energy. I saw the underlying currents of the winds, the water, the rock and soil. The entire island came alive under my feet!

I couldn't delay. I bought paints, canvasses, supplies and sat in the hotel room every evening, painting away, the song of the island birds coming in through the vast windows.

I felt like a Black feathered Corvid out of my element and yet completely at home. A stranger in a strange and welcoming land.

My wife and I were talking about children, the possibility of a daughter. In that place of renewal and peace I imagined the child of our dreams, perhaps not this physical form represented, but I hope it captured the spiritual essence of what that child might be.

Since that time we have settled in at home and we are expecting a son. Perhaps that daughter is in the future, but for now, just knowing that a new little life is on it's way, feeling him dance and kick in her belly, fills me with a wonderful joy.
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Catherine Holcombe commented on April 8, 2011 5:15pm
There are no words...
Aaron Paquette commented on April 8, 2011 5:57pm
Wow, thank you so much.
Aaron Paquette commented on April 9, 2011 11:39pm
So I heard this artwork is featured in the store! Very honored.
Deepti Munshaw commented on June 1, 2011 5:46pm
Congratulations to both of you! :) I went to Kauavi with my husband. Once when we were driving through the streets, we both spoke at the same time "i can die here".... it was shocking & beautiful at the same time! The feeling behind this was that we're already in heaven, where else do we need to go....!! It really touches the soul....