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Aelbert Aehegma paints at Tour Guide Hawaii rental office; photo by Donnie MacGowan

Hawaii artist Aelbert
Aehegma is exhibiting his
work at the Tour Guide
Hawaii Rental Office (see
here for map) Thursday-
Saturday afternoons
through May. The following
is a press release from the
artist concerning the
cancellation of his good-
will trip to China due to
their policies of cultural repression and physical violence towards
the people of Tibet and other indigenous persons, and de facto
ethnic cleansing of same.
PRESS RELEASE: China 'Goodwill Tour' by Internationally Exhibited
Hawaii Artist Aelbert Aehegma Canceled:
The Artist Requests
1~ Citizens of the Free World Boycott the Olympics In China.
2~ Cancel Travel to China; Other International Regimes That
Suppress Freedom Of Their People.
3~World Citizens to Limit Purchasing Chinese Products as well as
Products Of Other Nationalist Regimes That Deny Basic Human Rights
Of Its Citizens.
Aelbert Aehegma has initiated this Worldwide request upon being
Cut-off From Communicating With his host, A Chinese doctor who was
arranging The 'Goodwill Tour'; neither by phone nor private or
Government e-mail can she be reached.
World Citizens cannot look the other way; Human Rights Violations of
the Tibetans, the Uigers, and other minority groups  in China, Chi
Gung Practitioners, as well as minorities in other non-free regimes
must be confronted, and the regimes that abuse their People or we
each fail to be part of the greater human family.
Therefore, Aelbert Aehegma has canceled his Goodwill 'Tour to China'
during which he was to gift a large mural the Beijing Museum, visit
artists, dignitaries and children.
The Artist, whose fine art of paintings and sculptures have been
exhibited in over a dozen countries, has also been honored to have
his art in the First Art Show in Space aboard the Russian MIR Space
Station in a successful international effort.

Mele Mai Mahina, Pacifica News Service, Mr. Aehegma's Public Relations
Manager may be reached for further Support and Comment at, and Search: Aelbert A's
Artsblog & Pacifica News Service.

Aelbert MC Aehegma and Tour Guide Hawaii cordially invite the public to his exhibit, Thursday-Saturday afternoons and evenings through May, 2008.

Internationally Exhibited Artist Aelbert Aehegma

Tour Guide Hawaii is sponsoring a showing by Internationally Exhibited artist Aelbert MC Aehegma at their rental shack on Thursday, Friday and Saturday afternoons and evenings through the month of May. Tour Guide Hawaii, a local company and the industry leader in GPS-guided tours, is located n Ali’i Drive at the south end of Kailua Village in a coffee shack on the lawn in front of Huggo’s Restaurant (see map here). The artist will be available at the showings.

Aelbert M.C. Aehegma has been exhibited in over a dozen countries and major art cities, including New York City, Geneva, Paris, Washington D.C. and Honolulu. Countries his works have been exhibited in include Spain, New Zealand, Greece, France, Norway, Sweden, Italy, Switzerland and the U.S, as well as the First Art Show in Space aboard The MIR Space Station. His luminous, post-impressionist paintings and stone and wood sculptures are in notable private collections around the world; his works intrigue a broad section of art collectors. His works are included in collections as broad as the hostess of the Playboy Show on T.V. to President George W. Bush.

Aelbert is from a family of many generations of artists. His mission is to share the artist’s vision of man’s connection to nature, to share the simple beauty naturally within all nature including our own nature. His playful nature beings and the joy of life illuminating from his canvases is alive with myriad color affects, and bathed in light & love.

Aelbert’s current exhibits include Museo Angel Orensantz, Spain; American Express Tourism Center, Hilton Waikoloa Village, Hawaii; Hooked Art Gallery, Waimea, Hawaii; Artist-in-Residence, Kona Coast Resort, Hawaii; Artist-in-Residence at Tour Guide Hawaii (Sponsor), Hawaii.

He carves marble and other stones with some hand tools made by his great grandfather over two-hundred years ago, and used by generations in his family.

He has also worked with metal, wood and other materials. Currently, he is accepting commissions for murals for homes and businesses, as well as monumental indoor and outdoor friezes and sculptures.

Commissions are now being accepted for 2008-2009. Inquires are accepted. Please Call directly to 808 895-7107 Pacific Art Design. Complimentary Consultation and Appraisals are now being offered. To contact by E-mail:

Inquires for sample images of special genres such as seascapes, mountainscapes, lavascapes, etc. will be sent by e-mail if requested.

Commissions accepted include: single, couple or group portraits, boat and animal portraits, home, business and estate renderings.

More information on Internationally Exhibited Artist Aelbert MC Aehegma is available here. More information on Tour Guide Hawaii is available here and here.