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  • The Pool (Original)
    Ref. No.: 12592 ** Price: $SOLD ** Size: 16x20 ** Limited Edition: Yes ** Inspiration: Why are these sharks circling? Because I was in their pool. When I was a wildlife ranger on a remote Hawaiian atoll I swam out to take underwater photos of an eagle ray. The ray swam away and was soon replaced by a grey reef shark; then six sharks, then a dozen. Soon the water turned dark with all the sharks. I remember the feeling I had when I turned from being afraid to enjoying the beauty that surrounded me. Then they started bumping me and tail slapping me. So I enjoyed the fear again. When I climbed out of the water I looked back and saw this. It was a good day at "The Pool"
  • Shark Wave
    Inspiration: Some of our most protected surf spots are frequented by sharks, like this tiger shark, shown beneath the wave’s surface. The Hawaiian Name for shark is Mano.Artist Patrick Ching has worked around tiger sharks, often beneath the surface, during his time as a wildlife ranger on the Northwest Hawaiian Islands. He says they are “one of earth’s most beautiful animals”.

  • Live and let live - Hawaiian Monk Seals By Patrick Ching

    Monk seals are in a struggle for survival. Though they are becoming more common on the main Hawaiian Islands, their numbers are dwindling on the Northwest Hawaiian Islands where they historically thrived. More...

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  • RELATED LINKS
  • The Pool (Original)
    Ref. No.: 12592 ** Price: $SOLD ** Size: 16x20 ** Limited Edition: Yes ** Inspiration: Why are these sharks circling? Because I was in their pool. When I was a wildlife ranger on a remote Hawaiian atoll I swam out to take underwater photos of an eagle ray. The ray swam away and was soon replaced by a grey reef shark; then six sharks, then a dozen. Soon the water turned dark with all the sharks. I remember the feeling I had when I turned from being afraid to enjoying the beauty that surrounded me. Then they started bumping me and tail slapping me. So I enjoyed the fear again. When I climbed out of the water I looked back and saw this. It was a good day at "The Pool"
  • About Patrick Ching
    Learn more about Patrick Ching. Hawaii's nature artist. Bios, photos, videos and much more. Take a glimpse into his world.
  • Shark Wave
    Inspiration: Some of our most protected surf spots are frequented by sharks, like this tiger shark, shown beneath the wave’s surface. The Hawaiian Name for shark is Mano.Artist Patrick Ching has worked around tiger sharks, often beneath the surface, during his time as a wildlife ranger on the Northwest Hawaiian Islands. He says they are “one of earth’s most beautiful animals”.
  • Testimonials
    View a large list of testimonials from happy Patrick Ching clients, art collectors and students.

  • Live and let live - Hawaiian Monk Seals By Patrick Ching

    Monk seals are in a struggle for survival. Though they are becoming more common on the main Hawaiian Islands, their numbers are dwindling on the Northwest Hawaiian Islands where they historically thrived. More...
  • Patrick Ching's Hawaii Art Showroom
    View Patrick Ching's Art showroom with links to all of Patrick Ching's art images. Gicle'es, matted prints, originals, books, FAQs and much more.

  • Paintings and Prints - Hawaiian Fine Art For Sale

    Learn about and purchase Gicle'e's and Matted Prints. Here you can see all of Patrick Ching's artwork that is available for sale.

  • Original Hawaii Art For Sale

    Original artwork by Patrick Ching is a rare find as he is usually painting for a commission or other project.
  • Books and Gifts For Sale
    Patrick has many books and gifts that he has created over the years. Check out Patrick Ching's Books and Gifts page.
  • Hawaii Art Classes and Workshops
    If you're ready to take your art to a higher level.

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