"I painted Hula Girl for the 2017 Odaiba Hawai'i Festival, which is the largest Hawai'i-themed Hula Festival in Japan each year. Since I was a child, I always watched hula dancers in total awe of their beauty, grace, and strength. This was my first ever painting of a beautiful hula girl and I had so much fun creating it." ~ Heather Brown
A vibrant beach art image of a Hawaiian hula girl dancing on the beach with a backdrop of Diamond Head Crater, by popular Oahu artist Heather Brown.
When you look at Heather Brown’s art, you might notice that peaceful tranquility falls over you. Whether you’re reminded of the beauty of Haaii depicted in each picture or the rush that accompanies surfing a wave, there’s no question that Heather’s art inspires us to be at peace and live Aloha.
Growing up in Southern California, Heather was raised by a family of artists and it’s no surprise that her talents were inherited at a young age. During her earlier years, Heather wanted to be a veterinarian or work with animals. However, since moving to Hawaii nearly 20 years ago, Heather has made it her purpose to bring attention to the beauty of the oceans surrounding these beautiful islands. She has done what most artists struggle to do: make it as a full-time artist.
Heather’s goal is to create artwork that inspires people while protecting the oceans and the environment against pollution for all to enjoy for years to come. She hopes her artwork inspires you to find the beauty in your surroundings while connecting to nature and the Earth.