BEST OF MAUI'S FINE ARTISTS


Cynthia Conrad Artist

Cynthia Conrad is a painter of vintage Hawaiiana in the realistic tradition. Her preferred mediums are watercolor, acrylics and oil paints. Still life paintings of Hawaiian lamps, statues, aloha shirts and kitsch are her favorites, but the exotic fruits, flowers and foliage of Hawaii also interest her as subject matter.






BEST OF MAUI NAVIGATION

If you would like email notifications of new
Best of Maui news, coupons, special deals and more...
enter your email address here:


LOOKING FOR A GOOD READ?

Check out "JACKSON'S GOOD DEED"

A novel of mystery, murder and romance -- on Maui!

AVAILABLE EXCLUSIVELY FROM AMAZON.COM

ZERO WASTE CAMPAIGN MAUI
Mauians are serious about protecting the beauty and natural environment of our island home.
A big part of our strategy involves embracing and implementing a "Zero Waste" philosophy.
To find out how to help protect one of the planet's most special places when you visit Maui
CLICK HERE



EXPLORE ALL BEST OF MAUI MERCHANTS BY CATEGORY

SEARCH OUR SITE
Loading


TRANSLATE BEST OF MAUI INTO ANY LANGUAGE YOU CHOOSE

Return to home page
Questions? Comments? Need some vacation planning information?
Email Us -- we promise a timely reply!

Advertise with us

If you enjoyed your visit to our site you can share it with your contacts list. 
Just click on the 1+ button below...




February 2014

SPRING -- MISSING IN ACTION?


It's nearly that time again and most of us can't wait. Spring, the season of rebirth and regeneration, is just around the corner. This winter has been a trial for just about every area of the US. Huge storms, one after the other, have bedeviled large areas of the country. Thanks ultimately to climate change we have seen record low temperatures, record high snowfalls, and a new low on the "misery index." One result is that the Earth's transition to spring is off schedule and out of character.

This year, when spring officially arrives next month, we will be tallying records associated with storms, floods and more. One sad number is that we're about to start another new spring with more than 10,000 fewer species populating the Earth than last year. That's right - the best estimate science can provide tells us that every year somewhere around 10,000 species are lost through extinction. They no longer exist. Every year, as has been the case for decades, we continue to destroy plants, animals, fish, birds, fruits and vegetables - the stuff of life. Extinction has struck on every continent, in every country, in virtually every place that we gather. Perhaps most disturbing is the fact that many of the species that are lost each year are unknown - they vanish before we discover them. And of those we have described and studied many interact with other life forms in their habitat in ways we will never know. ...MORE

EXPLORE OUR ENVIRONMENT ARCHIVES
Created & © 1995 - 2013  by Jeff Stark









Not associated with Best of Maui Book