Visit Georgia O’Keeffe: Visions of Hawai‘i and discover the artist’s little-known depictions of the Hawaiian Islands—and the plants and landscapes that inspired them. Throughout the exhibition, NYBG is partnering with Hyatt Resorts in Hawai‘i and Hawaiian Airlines to offer you the chance to experience the beauty and culture of O’Keeffe’s Hawai‘i for yourself with one of three vacation packages:
Oahu Sweepstakes | May–June ($5,000+ value)
From May-June, enter for a chance to win a four-night stay at the Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa and two round-trip tickets on Hawaiian Airlines.
Maui Sweepstakes | July–August ($10,000+ value)
From July-August, enter for a chance to win a four-night stay at the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa, a three night-stay at the Andaz Maui at Wailea, and two round-trip tickets on Hawaiian Airlines.
Kauai Sweepstakes | September–October ($8,000+ value)
From September-October, enter for a chance to win a four-night stay at the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa and two round-trip tickets on Hawaiian Airlines.
Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa is located steps from stunning Waikiki Beach and offers numerous educational cultural activities, participates in site-wide sustainable practices, and promotes local farmers, craftsmen, and artisans throughout the resort.
Fresh and local honey from the on-site Hula Meli Apiary is utilized and highlighted within the property’s food and beverage offerings and luxurious spa treatments. Every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, the resort hosts an on-site Farmer’s Markets, where shoppers can find local goods and artisanal Hawaiian foods and crafts for sale, and the weekly Aloha Waikiki performance incorporates a hula show, Polynesian art tattooing, a Samoan Fire Knife dancer, and traditional lei-making.
The first recipient of the LEED-EBOM Silver certification in Hawai‘i, Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa is committed to daily sustainability practices to help preserve the beautiful island of Maui that Georgia O’Keeffe explored many years ago. Surrounded by 40 acres of oceanfront property on Ka’anapali Beach, the resort offers endless activities and amenities in a setting of tropical paradise.
Guests can experience the resort’s lush grounds through a self-guided sustainability tour, complimentary wildlife tour and its extensive water playground with tropical streams and waterfalls. Hyatt Regency Maui’s four restaurants also feature local products on their daily menus and its award-winning restaurant, Japengo, offers a quarterly Maui Tastemakers dinner. Visitors can end their night or their stay at the resort’s nightly luau and its expert-led rooftop astronomy program, Tour of the Stars.
Situated on Maui’s premier southwestern coastline along Mokapu Beach, the LEED Certified Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort features 301 guestrooms and suites, including 11 luxurious residential villas; cascading infinity pools; a 14,000 sf full-service spa and salon that utilizes locally sourced sunflower oil to support Maui’s sustainable energy programs, and our highly acclaimed farm to table restaurant, Ka’ana Kitchen.
Located on the island that boasts, O’Keeffe’s visions of Iao Valley and the infamous natural arch, Andaz Maui is an ideal location to enjoy many of the indigenous plants and flora that Maui has to offer.
Set on 50 oceanfront acres, nature’s spectacular setting for Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa is its legacy. Classic low-rise Hawaiian style design features meandering paths and lush gardens keeping the tone informal and reflective of Hawai‘i’s climate and culture.
Strongly committed to cultural preservation and environmental conservation the resort grows lettuce for all restaurants and events onsite, generates clean energy with a photovoltaic covered parking lot, utilizes heat generated by air-conditioning to warm the pools, and more. National Tropical Botanical Garden, a living collection of thousands of tropical species, is located three miles away. Local artisans and musicians are featured daily in the lobby atrium. Island flavors are ripe to savor at the resort’s restaurants. And Anara Spa utilizes local ingredients and traditions in an open-air design that maximizes Kauai’s beauty and climate.
Hawaiian Airlines has been an integral part of life in Hawaii for generations, and it all started back in 1929 with their original fleet of two 8-seater Sikorsky aircraft and a Bellanca monoplane.