Mike Krzywonski Photography by North Shore-based photographer Mike Krzywonski will be among the approximately 130 juried visual artists exhibiting at the 16th Annual Haleiwa Arts Festival on July 20 and 21 at Haleiwa Beach Park in historic Haleiwa Town on Oahu's North Shore.
Krzywonski's booth will include a wide variety of print sizes and price points of the most awe-inspiring and striking images of the Hawaiian Islands in a broad spectrum of photo genres including landscapes, atmospheric, underwater, oceanic, botanical, historical, and wildlife.
Also on display will be several night photography shots and severe weather images unique to this fine arts photographer and storm chaser.
"We are delighted to have an artist like Mike Krzywonski at this year’s Haleiwa Arts Festival whose talents truly capture the uniqueness of our North Shore community," said Dawn Dasilveira, Executive Director of the Haleiwa Arts Festival. "His photography demonstrates the level of respect, skill, and talent our growing international attendees are seeking in fine art pieces. We want to show off the very best of our local art scene -- from keiki to kupuna."
From bubbling lava off the shores of the Big Island to majestic aerial views of Kauai’s mini grand canyon, and adorable Hawaiian Monk Seals to breathtaking bamboo forests, there is something for everyone. An original MKP framed photo is a beautiful addition to any home or office and make for a thoughtful gift for those with an affinity for Hawaii.
"Hawaii, particularly the North Shore, is the most exquisite place on earth, and I try to capture this beauty for art lovers and Hawaii lovers alike to enjoy for a lifetime," said photographer Mike Krzywonski. "I’m thrilled to be exhibiting my photography at this year’s Haleiwa Arts Festival that attracts such a varied group of people. I think most people have an appreciation for art and festivals such as this one makes it affordable and accessible for everyone.”"