December 2018

December 2018

Newsletter: December on Maui this holiday season, support local small businesses Thank you for Supporting Local If you’re reading this newsletter, its because you’ve shopped with us in the past, or you’ve shown interest in our galleries. We...
November 2018

November 2018

Newsletter: November on Maui <> Historical Significance of the Ipu, or Gourd Hawaiians are known for their extensive use of the gourd, or ipu. This traditional container, second only to the “‘umeke la’au” or wooden bowls, represents a...
October 2018

October 2018

Newsletter: October on Maui Koa Wood Rocking Chair by Keoni Woo Hawaiian Koa Wood The Koa tree is endemic to Hawaii and grows on all the major Hawaiian Islands with varieties notable between islands. Mostly due to soil type, Koa grows in many colors ranging from very...
September 2018

September 2018

Newsletter: September on Maui “Haleakala Rim” by Maui painter, Janet Spreiter Haleakalā The volcano Haleakalā (or the “East Maui Volcano”) forms more than 75% of Maui. The tallest peak, at 10,023 feet, named Pu’u ‘Ula’ula (Red...
August 2018

August 2018

Newsletter: August on Maui Photos taken in our galleries seven years apart. 2010 on the left & 2017 on the right. A message from Panna “My fascination with things that are very difficult to do has led me to a strong appreciation of artistic talent – so...
July 2018

July 2018

July on Maui ʻ Īao Valley One of Maui’s most visited destinations is rich in history stemming back to the 1700’s. ʻĪao Valley was the location of what is said to be the most bitter battle ever fought on Hawaii’s soil. In the late 1780s, Kamehameha I...

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