Anna Good: Anna arrived on Maui in 1979 where she initially made her mark as a scrimshaw artist. Now, over 20 years later, she embraced the fine art of impressionism and has become a recognized palette artist. She travels the world to draw inspiration from scenic landscapes, floral gardens, and koi ponds.
During her travels she was inspired by Monet’s garden in Paris, Butchart gardens in British Columbia, Filoi gardens in California, and most recently the gardens of Frederick Chopin’s birthplace of Warsaw. Anna Good and her work have been featured in publications such as Hawaiian Style and Koi USA magazines, and the Art of Scrimshaw I and II. Her work is featured in galleries nationwide and in collections of Tippy Hedren and Siegfried and Roy. Anna’s one woman shows have taken place in Maui, Kauai, Las Vegas, and Japan.
We are not only struck by Anna’s work with the palette knife but her depth of color and imagination that draws you into her paintings. Her pathways take you into a secret hideaway, while her florals invite the touch.