Acquired by American Legacy Fine Arts directly from the artist
"Painting in Hawaii is always a challenge because the weather and atmospheric conditions are constantly changing. This scene of the Kalalau Lookout had it been painted five minutes earlier would have been completely enshrouded in fog. When the clouds parted it felt like a magical curtain unfolded and I had been transported to prehistoric times. The majestic view overwhelmed me, and I knew that I was compelled to paint this, the most pristine and most isolated valley in all of the Hawaiian archipelago."
- Peter Adams
California Art Club’s 107th Annual Gold Medal Exhibition, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, June 10 – July 1, 2018
California Art Club’s catalogue of the 107th Annual Gold Medal Exhibition
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