Saturday, June 16, 2012

Hale'iwa Arts Festival this July!

Aloha friends! After missing out last year, I made it a priority to submit my work to this year's Hale'iwa Arts Festival. My acceptance packet has arrived in the mail this week and I'm super stoked! 

After working with art galleries for some time now, I must say I'm a bit spoiled. Having friends and a sales staff handling transactions for me has been the best. My only responsibilities have included creating new works and attending signing sessions. No biggie though, as I'll be putting together an "Art of Kat Reeder" team soon. :)

On hand will be some new releases, and of course, I will be there to meet fans and enjoy the beautiful Hawaii weather. The Hale'iwa Arts Festival will include a wide array of performance arts, cultural history tours, arts demonstrations and a host of activities for kids and families. 

I'm looking forward to being part of this annual gathering of local artists and performers. It'll be so much fun to see old friends and to connect with collectors and fans alike. 


  1. Whoa, I don't know why I've never seen your art before!! (Maybe cause I live in the mainland) THEY'RE ALL ABSOLUTELY BREATHTAKING! I think you've become one of my favorite artists, and I'm going to make it my goal to buy at least one of your canvasses by the end of this year.

    I hope you don't mind but I have one of your works as my Facebook timeline covers & I'm not claiming it as mine, I just really admire your work. If you wish for me to take it down, I will. I wouldn't want to disrespect you or your art work. As a hula dancer, I love anything related to hula and Hawaii.

    I wish the festival was in August, then it would give me a chance to meet you since I'll be visiting the island then! Anyway, AWESOME ARTWORKS!

  2. Aloha Erica,

    What wonderful words! Of course you may use an image on your personal Facebook page. Please do share the love and send people to my FB fan page!

    Thanks again and I hope to meet you some day. 'Till then, keep dancing away. Much love and aloha,