Friday, August 12, 2011


“Henry’s Fishin’ Hole”
is one of my original oil paintings, depicting fishermen spending the day on the abandoned boat harbor pier of Henry J. Kaiser. This pier is located on the former “Kaiser Estate”, a 5 ½ acre oceanfront parcel of gorgeous island land. Henry J. Kaiser was most well known for developing the Hawaii Kai community, on the east side of Oahu, Hawaii.

The pier is a great fishing spot, and many locals catch their weekend dinner here! The Kaiser Estate has changed hands many times, and if you happen to have some extra many-millions lying around, this beautiful little pier could be your very own!

Mahalo for taking the time to view my artwork.


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1 comment:

Valerie Boersma said...

I do have 80 million lying around-in other people's bank accounts! Ha!

I wish I had enough, because it looks like a beautiful spot-but then so is ever other spot in lovely Hawaii.

Nice painting Lisa-you captured Henry's piece of paradise in your usual fantastic style!

P.S. Kona wants coconut shrimp, too. ;)