http://www.staradvertiser.com/s?action=login&f=y&id=271574881 If you don’t subscribe, it ran on the front page and continued inside, and had wonderful photos and quotes. More photos and available work will be posted as soon as we dust off the sawdust! Mahalo to all the members of the Honolulu Woodturners and their families and friends for your kokua. This […]
Calabash cousin. It means we’re connected, which in these islands, we’re all reminded of often. The Hawaiian calabash, the family heirloom, the treasured wedding gift, is a symbol of tradition. It’s a symbol of sharing, abundance and self-sufficiency, making something excellent with what we have around us, both ancient days and in contemporary Hawaii. The […]
Mahalo for voting Nohea Gallery ‘best Honolulu art gallery’ once again! Mahalo too for choosing real made in Hawaii art, artisan-made jewelry, turned wooden bowls and boxes, ceramics, fine woodwork, and locally made quality gifts by contemporary Hawaii artists and artisans. The artists and artisans thank you for choosing their work! While we usually leave […]
Mahalo to all who exhibited, demonstrated, attended, brought pupus, shared the event with your friends, bought turned wood crafts, and otherwise supported the Honolulu Woodturners in their efforts to yet again make this the best every Honolulu Woodturners show. It was a great success and as always, a joy. Check these links for a photo […]
Watch the woodturners live in action demonstrating on multiple lathes, and meet the artists at our opening party. Raise a glass (and a chopstick) to the Honolulu Woodturners with us! The date is not yet set, but will be in the summer. From their website, http://honoluluwoodturners.org: “The purpose of the club is to share ideas […]
http://paularath.com/2012/09/honolulu-woodturners-excel-at-their-craft/ Paula Rath visited Nohea Gallery and shared her observations about the work of the Honolulu Woodturners. This group show is a highlight of the year. Mahalo Paula for telling the story!