“Talk Story Jan 22. 2013″

January 22nd, 2013

Come talk story… an event coordinated by “OutriggerHawaii” on facebook.

You can also view a previous interview that took place after a dive trip to Kona Hawaii on the Big Island by clicking here.

 

Glenn Poulain’s “Honu Ascent”

Posted by: Kim Steutermann Rogers

Destination: Hawaii Island , Kauai , Maui , Oahu

Jan 21, 2013

framed glenn poulain image of a turtle
Glenn Poulain titled this image, “Honu Ascent,” and he’s giving it away. Join us tomorrow, January 22, 2013 from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. HST on our OutriggerHawaii Facebook page, and one day soon this 20×30″ canvas print framed in Koa veneer might be hanging in your home.I’m always amazed at the clarity of Glenn’s underwater imagery. I’ll be asking him about that tomorrow during our Talk Story event. And, of course, I’m always interested in the story behind the image. So, I’ll be asking him if he remembers the events surrounding the capturing of this image. I have a dozen more questions in mind, but I’ll save them for Glenn. I hope you can join us, but if not, feel free to add your questions for Glenn below, and I’ll ask them for you.

“Lava Flow”

September 7th, 2012

Hawaii is a spectacular place!

Some of my most memorable adventures have occurred here on the islands of Hawaii.

I must say, to have the opportunity to have lived here over the past 14 years has been a blessing in so many ways.
Here is an example of what is possible in Hawaii if you have the time, patience and passion.

Here are a couple photographers that inspire me!

Inspiring photo’s, passion beyond belief,  life captured in the raw.

Photographers Nick Selway and CJ Kale

“Congratulations for your vision & love for the Hawaiian Islands”

 

Safe Journey to the both of you always,

Glenn Poulain

“We Have a Winner”

September 5th, 2012

This was a fun short contest of “Name this Image”

After much thought and reviewing the entries, the winning name for the Honu image below is …


“The Flyin’ Hawaiian”

Named by Bill Stohler

Thank you for all those that participated.  These photo contests are always a pleasure.

Mahalo once again,

Aloha,

Glenn Poulain

August 16th, 2012

I felt compelled to throw out a bit of humor during “Shark Week”

Dive Safe... Ocean Arts Hawaii

 

Mahalo Nui Loa

“Name This Image” Photo Contest

August 12th, 2012

It’s been way too long since our last post. It has been equally as long since our last photo contest.

This “Ocean Arts Hawaii Photo Contest” is an easy one should you so choose to enter…

“Name this image”

It’s not easy coming up with names to our images, especially our beloved “Honu”.  The name needs to reflect how the image makes you feel.

 Coming up with names can be almost impossible at times, that’s why I need your help.


“N
ame this image” … ‘-)

The rules are easy: Name this image

Who can enter: Any friend of Ocean Arts Hawaii

Duration: Aug 11, 2012 – Sep 1, 2012

Winning Selection: We will choose the winning name from those names entered by you. The winner will receive a hand signed image matted to 20″ x 24″

That’s it….. good luck to those that are participating and feel free to tell your friends.  Thank you for your ongoing support of Ocean Arts Hawaii.

Mahalo – Glenn Poulain

“Manta Ray Heaven”

April 14th, 2012

Here’s a short video of  a “Manta Ray” dive off the shores of the “Big Island, Hawaii”, one of our favorite dives.  This past weekend in Kailua Kona, Big Island – on 4.9.12
we went out with a new  crew from Big Island Divers – I highly recommend this dive operation, first rate and professional for both the experienced diver and the recreational snorkeler.

If you have not done a dive such as this, you should.

Hawaii never fails to provide a fresh perspective of our “Mother Earth” … or

Papah?naumoku?kea

Papa (mother earth) and W?kea (father sky) were two of the most recognized Hawaiian ancestors. The union of Papa, worshipped as a primordial force of creation with the power to give life and to heal, and W?kea, worshipped as paternal sky, created and gave birth to the entire archipelago in the vast expanses. The name describes a fertile woman giving birth to a wide stretch of islands beneath a benevolent sky. (sic)

I would have to say, the majority of our (my wife & I) most incredible life experiences have been on the islands of Hawaii. Lava fields flowing, earth being created, the sea life  thriving with magical sounds as the dolphins pass by and the Hump Backs sing their songs of life… incredible.

I’m home ‘-)  We’re home – My wife Angie & I

Aloha

Glenn ‘-)

 

“1st quarter Photo Contest @ Ocean Arts Hawaii”

April 14th, 2012

A big congratulations to Gavin Shigesato for his “Backwash Waimea” shot.

Great job Gavin, we appreciate your passion and enjoy viewing the ocean through your eyes.

Congratulations & Mahalo

Glenn – Ocean Arts Hawaii

“Go PHSSCA”

April 6th, 2012

Follow-up to the “Pearl Harbor Submarine Spouses Charitable Association.  This years event raised over $40,000 for military & local charities.  Congratulations… they beat last years numbers, even in this economy.  Great job Nicolette!

“Pearl Harbor Submarine Spouses Charitable Association”

March 31st, 2012

Tonight, March 31st, 2012 – we will be presenting 2 LTD Editions in support of the PHSSCA Silent Service Auction.

This is an annual fundraising event for both military and local charities for over 25 years. Tonights attendance is expected to be over 400 submariners and their spouses.

Last year the auction was able to donate over $35,000 to charities including scholarships for military children, Hawaii USO, US Submarine Veterans, Inc., Armed Forces YMCA, Hawaii Food Bank, the Institute of Human Services and the Hawaiian Humane Society.

We are honored to participate and look forward to meeting everyone.

Le Jardin Academy…

February 25th, 2012

Ocean Arts Hawaii is proud to support “Le Jardin Academy” in their 2012 “Moonlight in the Garden” fundraising event held on March 25, 2012 at the Pacific Club.

We will be presenting for the first time two new images in an all new format.  These two unique photographs are inspiring & captures the spirit of Hawaii.

“These images are being well received and we believe that these images will become well recognized”

These two images are specially mounted between 1/8″ acrylic & aluminum backing. Additionally, there is a 1″ metal support system mounted on the back to give the artwork a “floating frame” appearance.

Image size: 20″ x 50″

If you happen to be in attendance of this wonderful event, stop by and place your bids.

Aloha Always,

Glenn ‘-)