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Years ago, we became tired of nicely written cards finding their way to the trash can. Around the same time, we wanted to honor our late grandfather, Alec Baird. His incredible talent and artwork continued to speak to more than just being displayed in homes. We had a thought: why not create unique and exquisitely designed notecards with his most treasured masterpieces?  

As you explore the site there are many images of the Hawaiian Islands to choose from for your card writing enjoyment!  Some are familiar landmarks to people who grew up here, others are breathtaking images of nature along with historic places of worship. Hawaii filled Alec’s soul in a way only an artist could convey.

Whether it be a reason to celebrate, a holiday, a cheery hello, sympathy, or get well, we hope our selection captivates you the way it does for us. Happy shopping!  

Let’s keep the art of writing alive!

“Words are magic our souls pour out”

“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched - they must be felt with the heart.”


When you love what you have. You have everything you need…..

Alec Baird began painting Hawaii iin 1949 working in both oils and water colors.He studied at the New York School of Fine and Applied Arts, and The Otis Art Institute where he was a scholarship student. In addition, he painted extensively in the British Isles. In 1948, he was awarded the Mrs. Eugene Meyer Award for landscape painting. 

His works include a 36 foot mural for the Hawaii Visitorʻs Bureau office, a mural in the Hyde Park Hotel, New York City and paintings for clients of W &J Sloane,New York City. Some of his local patrons include The Medical Group,Castle & Cookeʻs Oceanic Properties and The Hawaiian Electric Company.His work may also be found in the collections of Mr. & Mrs. Tate Robinson, Mrs. Helen Bye and Mr. & Mrs. Zadoc Brown Jr. 

Having suffered complications of cancer, Mr. Baird died in 1989. He is survived by his two children, five grandchildren, and five great grandchildren. His legacy continues to live within them. 

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“Writing is the painting of the voice”
- Voltaire