‘Ohai Footed Bowl by Eric LeBuse 2.25″H x 5.75″D $95 (Sold)


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‘Ohai Footed Bowl by Eric LeBuse 2.25″H x 5.75″D $95

Milo hurricane lamp by Eric Le Buse (Sold) - Nohea Gallery

Eric LeBuse

About the Artist

Eric LeBuse is an award-winning Oahu woodturner, specializing in exotic Hawaiian woods. An active member of the Honolulu Woodturners, Eric gives demonstrations in woodturning throughout the year and mentors emerging turning enthusiasts.

His work includes natural-edge pieces, traditional wooden bowls and other pieces of art.  A sculptor of wood, Eric takes inspiration from his father, who was a professional sculptor.


‘Ohai or Sesbania tomentosa is a variable species. It is usually a low, spreading shrub with horizontal or arching branches; it is can also have a treelike habit up to 15 feet tall. In the wild, a single plant can cover a large area, but in cultivation it will tend to be under 10 feet in diameter. Sesbania tomentosa used to to be widespread in dry areas at elevations below 750 metres on all of the main islands of Hawaii. However, destruction of these habitats by means such as off-road vehicles, habitat disturbance, residential development in coastal areas, cattle & goats, has greatly diminished its natural occurrence within its former range.


Mahalo for purchasing a beautiful wood piece from Nohea Gallery.
In caring for the item, please note that wood and water are not a good mix and direct sunlight could fade the wood.

Enjoy, aloha!

The dimensions listed in the ‘additional information’ table includes packing for shipment.

‘Ohai Footed Bowl by Eric LeBuse 2.25″H x 5.75″D $95

Additional information

Weight 6 lbs
Dimensions 11.75 × 11.75 × 8.25 in

Honolulu, Hawaii (808) 596-0074