We’re open at Kahala Mall from 10 aM daily.

Through June, visit and see the work of 22 local artists reflecting on the Ko’olau mountains. Just a few:

Cindy Conklin 'Ko'olau Ridges' 17 x 14 Framed Scratchboard 0596-KA250 $500 2
Cindy Conklin ‘Ko’olau Ridges’ 17 x 14 Framed Scratchboard 0596-KA250 $500 2
Jada Harris 'The Highway' 28"x 36" Framed Graphite on Paper $1500
Jada Harris ‘The Highway’ 28 x 36 Framed Graphite on Paper 2317-TH1500 $1500
Spencer Chang 'Hali'i Pua' 16"x 12" Framed Oil Painting on Canvas $600
Spencer Chang ‘Hali’i Pua’ 16 x 12 Framed Oil Painting on Canvas 2284-HP600 $600
Brenda Cablayan 'In Between Storms' 14"x 14" Acrylic Painting on Canvas $1700
Brenda Cablayan ‘In Between Storms’ 14 x 14 Acrylic Painting on Canvas 0576-IBS1700 $1700
Lauren Salm 'Ko'olaus at Sunrise' 11"x 14" Oil Painting on Wood $1250
Lauren Salm ‘Ko’olaus at Sunrise’ 11 x 14 Oil Painting on Wood $1250
Chris Ching 'Kane and Kanaloa were at Waihi' 24"x 18" Framed Oil Painting on Panel $975
Chris Ching ‘Kane and Kanaloa were at Waihi’ 24 x 18 Framed Oil Painting on Panel 2313-KKW975 $975

On our pages you will find available work by Hawaii’s artists, as well as our newest offering, custom giclee prints on demand.

You can find our custom giclee prints on demand at our Paintings and Prints page

February 3rd 2024 at 12:00, local author and retired nurse at Kapi’olani Hospital Annette Kam presented her book, “Wait, Don’t Die Yet! (A complete guide to all things no one wants to think about but everyone needs to know before, during and after a loved one’s passing). Annette’s book is restocked at Nohea Gallery. Mahalo Annette for this real public service!

Last year’s show of small works, “No Big Thing”, and and Aloha ʻIa Nō Nā Koʻolau, celebrating the Ko’olau range and watershed.

Our custom ti leaf and maile leaf wedding rings by Ulana O Kukui are again available for ordering, happily!

A beautiful blessing
A beautiful blessing with dear friends
Mom and I with friends Carl Sherry and Gordon Tang, Woodturners
Mom and I with friends Carl Sherry and Gordon Tang, Woodturners

Update July 2

Aloha Kakou,

Gail Baron (my Mom) and I opened in 1990 to celebrate the creativity and beauty of Hawaii’s artists with people from here and the rest of the world. We’re looking forward to continuing to share the same beauty and aloha spirit in our new home. A  heartfelt mahalo for being on this journey with us. Aloha no from our ohana of artists and colleagues!


Every day Nohea Gallery celebrates the arts and artists of Hawaii. The artists and craftspeople we work with are committed to giving their best.

We are a small family business and a large ohana of artists, our crew of many years, and collectors and givers of quality crafts and local art. Since 1990, local art and fine crafts and the people who make them have been our passion and our community.

I grew  up in Mānoa, the most beautiful valley in the world.  My Grandmother, Mom’s Mom, was a gifted painter whose plein aire oil paintings of Oahu are some of our most treasured possessions.  Verdella was an accomplished watercolorist and oil painter, and she loved having people over to visit more than anything. We think of her every day when we enjoy the art and people that make this place special. My Father’s Mother, Nadine Baron, worked at Bishop Museum Press and helped with the Pukui Elbert Hawaiian Dictionary among many other foundational works of literature and Hawaiian history.  She taught me to love Hawai’i.

We think they would both be very happy to see everyone enjoying art and their neighbors and friends at Nohea Gallery!

We have been were honored to receive the Kahili Award, the Hawaii Visitor and Convention Bureau “Keep it Hawaii” award, The New York Times’ 36 Hours In Honolulu, and the Honolulu Magazine ‘People’s Choice’ award on behalf of the artists and our team.   All of that would be nothing without our loyal fans and customers.  Without you, this wouldn’t be any fun at all, so thank you for making a place in your life for made in Hawaii art, crafts and artists.

We feel grateful to be a part of this community, and welcome you to it. Aloha nō.