11/18/13

Hawaii















15 comments:

Malachi Ward said...

I love it!!

Edgar I. Chamorro said...

very nice, well done!

Anonymous said...

Really poignant. We sure do live in a cycling world, just the same as our dealings with our fellow man, except we with man, we don't seem to learn.
Joe G.

iris said...

Beautiful illustrations with lots of movement that does show the circle of life ... outstanding, Jed. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful, Jed! You just keep getting better ands better! Could we talk about some sort of trade or something? I want one of those drawings!

Congratulations!
Al H.

Debbie Jenkinson said...

I think it's beautiful too, in the way that it makes you feel remote and pleasantly insignificant. A bit like when you look at the stars.

Well done.

Lori said...

Really great. Fun too. love to see some of the early settlement and then the later colonization. (and print it please!)

Anonymous said...

Absolutely incredible!

Dave Kiersh said...

Jed is the best.

Anonymous said...

�� Jed, you've really captured all the emotion and beauty of Kauai ! I can only imagine all the energy
and days with your brush in hand.

Aloha, Carolyn

Anonymous said...

So don't forget to book that Hawaiian vacation before it's too late!

D Dsave said...

That's the Big island and Hilo town. There's what I think is the destruction of Kalapana. Waianuenue falls is also beautifully rendered, as are the mesic fern forests of Moku Nui. Beautiful, Jed!

bifyu said...

Very nice, but isn't it missing the coral atoll stage around the +20M year sequence?

Jed said...

Thanks! And yeah, there's lots I didn't cover: atolls, the later seamount phase, and the eventual death of the reef as the Pacific plate moves north. Perhaps there should be a part two…

bifyu said...

An easter egg with Maui fishing the isles from the sea would be fun :)