Four galleries and Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park sell Catherine’s artwork. Click on each venue for photos and descriptions of each marvelous place!
Hawaiʻi Pacific Parks Association bookstore
Kilauea Visitor Center
Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park
Volcano Art Center Gallery
The Volcano Art Center Gallery is located in Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park on the island of Hawaiʻi. Catherine’s original oil paintings of Kilauea’s summit eruption can be seen above the fireplace in the gallery’s main room, flanking an historic painting on the chimney by D. Howard Hitchcock, a renowned Volcano School artist from the early 1900s (second photo from left). The Volcano Art Center Gallery occupies the historic 1877 Volcano House Hotel within view of the ever-changing Kilauea caldera. Catherine’s bold artwork is displayed throughout the gallery.
Volcano Garden Arts
Volcano Garden Arts, located near Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park in historic Volcano Village, is a distinctive art gallery and café. Gallery owner Ira Ono (photo on right) is an internationally recognized artist who describes his gallery as “one filled with contemporary Hawaiian arts and fine crafts that feature both collectibles and works of significant impact.” Ono’s collection of Catherine’s work includes original oils, full-size giclee prints on canvas, matted prints and greeting cards.
Gallery of Great Things
Located in the rolling hills of Waimea on the north end of the island of Hawaiʻi, the Gallery of Great Things represents over 200 artists. Gallery owner Maria Brick (second photo from right) says the gallery “specializes in representing artists who convey the culture and heritage of Hawaiʻi and the Pacific in both modern and indigenous form.” Catherine’s bold, original oil paintings of Mauna Kea and Kilauea are featured throughout the gallery.
Banyan Gallery features unique, locally-produced art in an inspirational setting in Hilo, Hawaiʻi. Catherine’s evocative oil paintings from her Mauna Kea, Kilauea and Plants of Hawaiʻi series are available here, in addition to her matted prints and greeting cards. Gallery owner Jelena Clay (pictured upper right) is an accomplished mixed media artist who crafts exquisite gourd sculptures and oil paintings inspired by island flora and culture. Jelena has worked with the hula arts community for many years. From the gallery’s doorstep, Liliʻuokalani Park, Mokuola (Coconut Island) and Hilo Bay are just steps away. On a clear day, spectacular views of Mauna Kea are visible.
Hawaiʻi Pacific Parks Association
Catherine’s greeting cards of Kilauea’s eruptive activity are available at the Hawaiʻi Pacific Parks bookstore in Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park’s Kilauea Visitor Center near the summit of Kilauea volcano. Earth’s largest volcano, Mauna Loa, is visible from the visitor center.
Photos by Tom Peek and Catherine Robbins