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Turtle Bay Showcases Work of Renowned Hawaii Artists in New Cove Art Gallery


Turtle Bay Showcases Work of Renowned Hawaii Artists in New Cove Art Gallery

NORTH SHORE, OAHU, HI (Nov. 06, 2013) – Turtle Bay Resort on Oahu’s Fabled North Shore recently opened the Cove Art Gallery, featuring the work of North Shore artists who capture the iconic beach and ocean scenery of Hawaii in their sought-after paintings, drawings and photography.

The Cove Art Gallery showcases the work of painter Steven Power and rotates selections from Hawaii guest artists:

·         Steven Power is one of Hawaii’s most popular fantasy seascape artists, drawing inspiration from his experiences traveling, surfing and living on the North Shore. His work is a reflection of his love of the ocean, and portrays the “perfect tropical paradise.” The gallery features his newly released aluminum open-edition signed and embellished prints, lithographs, and accessories.

·         Daniela Antar Power offers limited-edition pieces on canvas and aluminum. Her passion for music inspires her vibrant portraits of musicians, as well as other contemporary works.

·         Vince Cavataio has photographed surf and ocean scenes on the North Shore for nearly four decades, and his work has been published in magazines around the world. He offers open-edition prints on aluminum, as well as mini prints.

·         Sean Davey is a 30-year veteran surf photographer, with more than 140 magazine covers to his name. Water is a major theme in his work, including sea life and underwater photography. He offers open-edition canvas prints.

·         Lynne Boyer is both a plein-air and studio oil painter who draws on her experience as a World Champion surfer, as well as her love of nature, in her work. She offers original oil paintings on canvas, as well as open-edition mini prints.

The gallery will also feature classes led by Steven Power on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from noon-1:30 p.m. focusing on the fundamental tools and techniques of drawing. Classes are $75 per person. Personalized sessions are also available for all ages and experience levels. For reservations and more information, call the Cove Art Gallery at (808) 371-5248.

“We are all artists, but we have to become familiar with the tools that are available to us,” Power said. “This gallery not only gives Turtle Bay guests a unique opportunity to learn more about the works of North Shore artists, but also to explore their own creative talents in one of the most breathtaking and inspiring places in the world.”

Turtle Bay is putting the final touches on a multi-million-dollar renovation. Be one of the first to experience extensive upgrades to all standard and premium guest rooms and hallways; two restaurants featuring the best of fresh, locally sourced cuisine; a new luxuriously renovated spa and fitness center; the main building roof and lobby area; as well as two new coastal lifestyle retail shops.

About Turtle Bay: There’s one North Shore on Oahu. And there’s one resort on it. Ideal for watermen, wave watchers or waders, Turtle Bay is at the epicenter of set after set of activities, events and adventures. Complete with the finest accommodations and amenities suited for the entire family, Turtle Bay is where the “7-Mile Miracle” begins and the lineup is endless. To stay up to date on the Turtle Bay surfing experience, check out


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