Original paintings are 11" X 14" acrylic on canvas, sold at $300 each.
Archival giclee prints are 11" x 14" stretched canvas, sold at $100 each.
Shipping and handling, with insurance, is $30 per item for paintings and $8 for notecards.
Have a favorite hole not found above? Josh also welcomes commissioned work.
A favorite golf hole from any of the courses on this website that are not shown can be painted for no additional charge.
Get in touch with Josh by phone at 415-385-9818 or via the email link below to discuss your needs.
The Hawaiian islands can (and do!) boast of a set of golf courses as beautiful and challenging as any comparably marooned collection on the planet. Every one presents spectacular ocean and mountain vistas and parades of palm trees. And without a doubt, the grande dame is Mauna Kea on the Big Island. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, this jewel opened in 1964 and was immediately deemed one of the finest seaside resort courses on the planet. It now has plenty of competition, of course, but the owners have countered with some subtle tweaking by one of Jones's sons, Rees. Mauna Kea is still on the short list. It's not a fancy layout, instead a classic one, and not overly long when played from the correct tee. But bite off more than you can chew and it will be a long day. Many approach shots are uphill and require an extra club or two, aimed at subtle green complexes that may help your ball find the surface--or may not. And the breezes blow.