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Voted Best Honolulu Art Gallery 2013 and 2014 by the readers of Honolulu Magazine

Updated July 25th 2014: 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! […]

Photos from the 2014 Honolulu Woodturners Show at Nohea Gallery

 Work by Craig Mason Work by Craig Mason  Stan Hebda’s kaleidoscope eggs  Norfolk Pine by Carl SherryCarl Sherry  Gordon Tang Gordon Tang and Pat Kramer Pat Kramer and Sharon Doughtie  Eric LeBuse and Gordon Tang       Johnathan Kema’s music was wonderful  and he was lots of fun!  The Fackrells and Angelina Mercado, coordinator for the YWCA of […]

The Honolulu Woodturners show at Nohea Gallery was featured in the Sunday edition of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

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 […]

Save the date! The 2014 Honolulu Woodturners Show & Demonstrations are August 16th at Nohea Gallery..

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 […]