Monday, October 31, 2011

Comedy, Beach and a new Abstract watercolor painting

Hope everyone out there had a fabulous weekend! I went to the beach (check out the awesome, trippy cloud pictures), went to the Kaleo Pilanca Comedy show at the Honolulu Design Center - Kaleo is just SO talented! I had seen him perform about a month ago and this show was similar but different at the same time. The guy is so creative and can make anything funny - so many props, so little time! I also managed to finish my new abstract watercolor, a very productive and fun weekend~

 Can't get enough Banyan Tree pictures!
 Banyans and da ocean!

 Trippy Clouds

 James Mane, Michael C. Hall and Kaleo Pilanca at kaleo's show at the Design Center sat nite~ Kaleo killed it!!

"Underwater Trip Flower", my new abstract! Watercolor and water-based acrylic on paper, original available

Monday, October 24, 2011

Bits of my Weekend

Fabulous weekend, caught an awesome sunset Friday night at Kaimana Beach and more beach shots from Sunday. Started a new abstract (stay tuned, it should emerge later this week) and gearing up for my 1st comedy showcase this Wednesday at the Dragon Upstairs, 8 pm. I am doing some stand-up, opening for an improv group.

 Tiki Torches at Twilight

 Awesome sunset

 Entrance to Kaimana

 A beautiful day!

 Queen's, looking towards Waikiki

 Queen's Beach


Thursday, October 20, 2011

Slayin' the Dragon

Open mic night was this past Wed 10-19-11 at the Dragon Upstairs in Chinatown in downtown Honolulu, and everyone was SO awesome! It was standing-room only, so packed with comics and fans. So much talent in that room, the Dragon really is the best place to see comedy around here~ ALOHA!


 Michelle Yaqoob

 James Mane

 Michael C. Hall and Grant Uchida

Zabar the Great (Bob Jones)

Monday, October 17, 2011

Christmas Wrasse, Manini fish and started a new FB group: FEMALE COMICS OF HAWAI'I

Hi All~ 
Had a fabulous weekend, got some cool pictures of Manini and Christmas Wrasse fish on Saturday, caught a picture of a REAL rainbow over the famous, Rainbow diner in my walk down Kapahulu and started a new Facebook group called: "Female Comics of Hawaii" and created a cool graphic for it~  Everyone is invited to join the FB group but only the women comics will meet once a month on a Sunday for brunch at the Hau Tree Lanai Restaurant to talk comedy~ ALOHA!

Manini fish
More Manini

Christmas Wrasse fish

 Me at the flag at Kaimana beach!

A real rainbow over Rainbow Diner!

Wednesday, October 12, 2011


I've been designing some products over at, check them out in my Zazzle store:

Monday, October 10, 2011

A Wonderful Weekend, Comedy and a new Abstract Painting!

Have you ever had have such a wonderful weekend that the following Monday is so inevitably a let-down? Thursday night I went out and saw my friend's band, the Honolulu Lounge Lizards, play at the Outrigger Reef on the beach's pool bar, the Kanikapila Grill and they were just fabulous! Friday I had off from work and had a glorious beach day at Kaimana beach. Saturday night, I participated in's Liv Mic Podcast and Open Mike at King's Pub in Waikiki and did a great interview and set (comedy pics by Jahnys Moody)~

 The Honolulu Lounge Lizards
 Kaimana Friday Sweetness

 Queen's Beach

 Banyan Trees at Queen's Beach

 Surfer Statue at Queen's Beach

 Walking path near Kapiolani Park

 Banyan tree near Queen's Beach

 Open Mic at King's Pub 10-8-11  I did well! ;)

I am interviewed for the podcast at King's Pub on 10-8-11

 "Psychedelic Bloom"
(I created this using special crayons from that turn into watercolor when you add water, and regular watercolors). Original available, email me if interested:

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

RIP Steve

"Here's to the crazy ones, the misfits, the ones who think differently. While some may see crazy, we see genius." - Steve Jobs

A new Painting and a great art quote

"The fine art of painting, which is the bastard of alchemy, always has been always will be, a game. The rules of the game are quite simple: in a given arena, on as many psychic fronts as the talent allows, one must visually describe, the center of the meaning of existence"
-Brett Whiteley

"Octopai Party" ~ 18" x 24" watercolor and water-based acrylic on paper, original available! Contact me if interested: