Patrick Ching - Hawaii Artist & Nature Environmentalist
Patrick Ching - Hawaii Artist & Nature Environmentalist This website features the work of Hawaii artist, Patrick Ching, a reknown nature artist and owner of Patrick Ching Art in Waimanalo, Oahu and Princeville, Kauai.
Inspiration: This scene is from the Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge lighthouse area looking east to the red footed booby colony on Crater Hill and beyond to the Mokolea Peninsula on the Island of Kauai. In the foreground red footed boobies are collecting chenopodium shrubs to use in nest building. Orcas in Paradise
Inspiration: It is not commonly known that orcas, also known as "killer whales" occur in Hawaiian waters. Actually orcas are the most dispersed mammals on Earth next to humans. Transient family pods of orca do visit Hawaii and have been photographed and recorded here on video by a privileged few. This scene is of a pod of orcas cruising through calm seas off the beautiful Na Pali Coast of Kaua'i. Though they are yet to be spotted along this coast, artist Patrick Ching is sure the scene will come true as do several of his future intention paintings such as "Hanalei Revisited" and "Manana Girl". West Side White Tails
Inspiration: This scene is from the Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge lighthouse area looking west towards the cliffs of Kauapea and Anini beach. Soaring on the west side are white tailed tropicbirds. A seabird that often soars in the mountains and nest in the cliffs. Their long White tail feathers were used in ancient times by Hawaiians to decorate Kahilis or feathered standards to signal the arrival of royalty. Patrick Ching New Hawaii Art Image - Kona Gold
Inspiration: NEW RELEASE 11/1/2012 - From upcountry Kona the morning light warms the pastures of Pu’uanahulu (ten day hill) with Pu’uwa’awa’a (many furrowed hill) in the distance. A golden stallion stands majestically before a beautiful mare. The native Koa tree in the center of the scene is light up by morning light as is the ‘Ohi’a tree with its red Lehua blossoms. A gentle breeze blows the grasses across the open field as old wooden fence posts emerge from the shrubs. In the distance wild Nene geese take flight. Artist Patrick Ching spends time in this area with his daughter and cousins enjoying the beauty of this sacred land.
Inspiration: NEW RELEASE 11/1/2012 - What if you had an autographed copy of the original Mickey Mouse cartoon? Or how about Snoopy? Well, here's your chance to get a signed copy of Patrick Ching's first ART FROG Logo Design. These matted prints and Gicle'e reproductions are signed and dated in permanent ink right on the actual art (not the mat).
As ART FROG evolves he will transform and will be available on a variety of products. He may even be drawn by other designated artists. This is the original version of Patrick Ching's ART FROG drawn by the artist himself.
Jump on this chance to get the premier edition of ART FROG. The frog that taught Patrick Ching how to paint! Hop To It!
View a list of testimonials from happy Patrick Ching clients, art collectors and students. What is a Gicle'e? Gicle'e prints are the finest reproductions available today. Gicle'e prints are used by the Louvre Museum in Paris to exhibit works that are too valuable or fragile to be displayed in public.
Hawaii Art Newsletter - March 2013 KAI Show final reception, art tip, 100 anniversary of the Kilauea lighthouse events, videos, Kilauea Lighthouse Art Show, new releases, favorite photos, art class schedule and more.
Art instruction Video / DVD - Get Patrick Ching art instructional Realistic Painting DVD (six and a half hours!). Help you be the best artist you can be FAST! Only $100!View larger version...buy now...
Patrick Ching Florida Art Tour 2012 Florida art tour 2012 - Journal entry by Hawaii Nature Artist, Patrick Ching. Florida art, community, art classes, entertainment, food and much more.
Painting Party Video at -Tahiti Nui's - Kauai Our first Painting Party at Tahiti Nui in Hanalei was a big success. There were six artists and many party goers turned artist. They learned to paint at a low cost and enjoyed food and drinks and fun company. Join us for the next one at Tahiti Nui! Woot Woot!