Poipu Beach Art News http://poipubeachart.com The latest news from Poipu Beach Art . en-us Sat, 16 Dec 2017 23:54:25 CST Sat, 16 Dec 2017 23:54:25 CST http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss Common Sense at the Beach <div><strong>Observing</strong> people at the beach on a daily basis, year after year, you find that sometimes Common Sense does not seem so common after all. Most injuries and rescues that occur are preventable, if only people were to stop and think before doing the thing that got them into trouble. </div><div> </div><div>&nbsp;</div><div><strong>First</strong> thing first, know your limits. Engaging in activities like snorkeling and boogie boarding can be easy for some and life threatening to others. Just because there are fifty people snorkeling in an area doesn't mean it's safe for you. My general rule of thumb, being it driving or surfing or whatever, is to Assume Everyone is an Idiot! Too harsh you say? Try this. Go to Poipu Beach. Find a nice shady spot. Observe People. See the guy swimming in front of the Rip Current sign with his kids, getting pulled out to sea? Notice the mom telling her kid to stand next to the Monk Seal for a photo? Is that guy scooting across the reef on his butt because it's too shallow to swim? How about the newly wed couple who rented boogie boards without fins heading out into the reef break where all the good surfers are surfing? </div><div>&nbsp;</div><div><strong>It</strong> doesn't have to be that way. For you and those around you. A Few Tips. Swim at guarded beaches. Check with the guards if you are unfamiliar with the area. Look for Warning Signs. Both actual signage and potentially hazardous conditions and areas to be avoided. Enter and Exit the water from the same safe spot if possible or have a predetermined safe exit strategy. Calm, sandy places are best. Avoid waves crashing on rocks at all cost. Sounds logical, but every single day people come up to the Lifeguard Tower because they came in over the rocks...and what lives in between those rocks? Sea Urchins...and eels...,I could go on and on, but you get the gist of it. </div><div>&nbsp;</div><div><strong>Tell</strong> others about this blog. Be Safe, Be Smart, Have Fun. Aloha.</div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>For more Ocean Safety Tips, please go to: &nbsp;</div><div><a href="http:/kauaiexplorer.com" style="color: #ff0000;">http:/kauaiexplorer.com</a></div><div><a href="http:/kauai.com/beach-safety" style="color: #0000ff;">http:/kauai.com/beach-safety</a>&nbsp;</div><hr /> Sat, 26 Aug 2017 23:01:32 CDT Ocean Safety <div><strong>Growing</strong> <strong>up</strong> at the beach as youth and being a Veteran Lifeguard of over 15 years, I have seen my share of Ocean related injuries. From small lacerations, sea urchin puncture wounds and jellyfish stings to shark bite amputations, surfboard fin injuries, spinal injuries and double drownings. &nbsp;</div><div>&nbsp;</div><div><strong>The</strong> <strong>Ocean</strong> is <strong><u>Inherently</u></strong> <u><strong>Dangerous</strong></u>. &nbsp;Please use Extreme Caution in and around the Ocean. </div><div>&nbsp;</div><div><strong>A</strong> great website for Ocean Safety information is: &nbsp;<a href="http:/kauaiexplorer.com" style="color: #ff0000;">http:/kauaiexplorer.com</a></div><div>&nbsp;</div><div><strong>I</strong> highly recommend that you swim at a Guarded Beach. Check with the Lifeguards if you are unsure of the particular hazards of that beach. </div><div>&nbsp;</div><div><strong>Tell</strong> others about this blog. Be Safe by Being Smart. Aloha.</div> Sat, 26 Aug 2017 20:28:01 CDT Aloha. E Komo Mai. <div><strong>Aloha. E Komo Mai.</strong> Welcome to Poipu Beach Arts' Online Gallery. </div><div> </div><div>&nbsp;</div><div><strong>Please</strong> take a few moments to peruse the various Galleries and thank you for your time and interest. </div><div>&nbsp;</div><div><strong>For</strong> inquiries about commissions or if you have any questions about current pieces on this website, please feel free to email me.</div> Sat, 26 Aug 2017 03:11:56 CDT Commissions <div><strong>Over the years</strong> I have created numerous Commissioned pieces for clients looking for Unique artwork to remind them of their visit to Kauai, or to celebrate their <strong>Birthday</strong>, <strong>Wedding</strong> or <strong>Anniversary</strong>. &nbsp;</div><div>&nbsp;</div><div><strong>I</strong> <strong>would</strong> <strong>love</strong> to work with you on a commissioned piece for whatever the occasion.&nbsp;</div><div>&nbsp;</div><div><strong>Currently</strong>, there is a 4-6 week delivery period for commissioned pieces. For inquiries, please email me at: aaron@aaronthelifeguardart.com</div> Mon, 08 Apr 2013 04:19:29 CDT Direct Sales Policy <div><strong>Aloha</strong>. As well as being represented by two of the finest Galleries on Kauai, I also provide direct sales through my Online Gallery. Pricing of my work is consistent between both Galleries and my Website. (However, each Gallery has its own Shipping and Handling policies which may affect the final price of the piece delivered to your door.) </div><div> </div><div>&nbsp;</div><div><strong>I believe</strong> that my art is unique. Over the years, I have created and developed a style of art that you will not find anywhere else in the world. In addition, each piece is a one of a kind original. There are no prints or reproductions. </div><div>&nbsp;</div><div><strong>Therefore</strong>, it is my policy to keep the retail pricing consistent between all sales venues. I do not provide discounts for sales generated from my website. </div><div>&nbsp;</div><div><strong>Mahalo</strong>. </div><div>&nbsp;</div><div>Aaron D. Habermann</div> Mon, 08 Apr 2013 04:06:52 CDT