Shibui Art Gallery – Hawi Hawaii

Aloha and Welcome to Shibui Art Gallery!!

James Naylor has been in business for 15 years, first in Tokyo, then just outside of San Francisco. About 10 yrs ago Naylor moved to the Oregon coast and took Shibui Art “on line.”

On January 2, 2012 Shubui Art Gallery opened up as a “brick & mortar” gallery in Hawi, just 2 doors north of Sushi Rock Restaurant. This new gallery provides more interaction with customers than what ‘s possible through the Internet.

Shubui Art Gallery has an eclectic collection of Asian art, primarily Japanese but also Chinese and Korean, some Thai and Burmese. I tend to specialize however in high end antique ceramics. Many of the ceramics have not only provenance but also have either been exhibited or published or even were a part of various museum’s collections!

Items at Shubui Art Gallery range from less than one hundred dollars on up.

The gallery has many medium format transparencies of Buddhist art and architecture of Borobudur, Angkor & Banteay Srei, Cambodia; Anuradhapura & Polonnaruwa, Ceylon; Pagan, Burma; Champa sculpture from Danang, Vietnam and Nara and Nikko in Japan. Many of these photographs were with a stock photo agency in London and some were chosen and printed in books published by BBC and other publishers.

Shibui Art Gallery is located at 55-3435 Akoni Pule Hwy., Unit 9 in Hawi, Hawaii. Just doors North of Sushi Rock Restaurant.

Stop by and see us today!!

55-3435 Akoni Pule Hwy, #9
Hawi, HI 96719
(808) 889-0888
shibui@charter.net

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Third Dimension Gallery – The Shops at Mauna Lani, Hawaii

Aloha and Welcome to Third Dimension Gallery, in the Shops at Mauna Lani, Hawaii.

Third Dimension gallery has been built with twenty three years of art knowledge and understanding. Our goal is to bring to you, high quality, well educated and unique artists of the world. Every artist in our collection was looked at not just for the style they possess, but truly for their overall talent and discipline they have perfected in the art world.

Our focus is on three dimensional art as well as original bodies of work that exude excellence. We believe the collection of art to be discovered at Third Dimension Gallery will intrigue and impress all.

We thank you in advance for sharing an interest and appreciation to the world we love.

www.ThirdDimensionGallery.com

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Third Dimension Gallery (Shops at Mauna Lani)
68-1330 Mauna Lani Dr. #122 – Kohala Coast, HI 96743
(808) 885-6280 – Toll Free (866) 448-8899

info@thirddimensiongallery.com

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19th Annual Celebration of the Arts Festival – Maui Hawaii


THE RITZ-CARLTON, KAPALUA PRESENTS THE 19TH ANNUAL CELEBRATION OF THE ARTS FESTIVAL
April 22 & 23, 2011

“E na aumakua” … A Call To All Things Natural

The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua celebrated the 19th Annual “Celebration of The Arts” with Hawaii’s most reputable artisans, educators, cultural practitioners, speakers and entertainers. The celebration took place April 22nd & 23rd, 2011, continuing the tradition of recognizing the people, the arts and the culture of Hawaii. “E na aumakua was this year’s focus, which embraces calling out to our ancestors and all things natural” states Clifford Nae‘ole, Cultural Advisor and Event Chair of the prestigious event.

Opening ceremonies included traditional Hawaiian oli (chants) from Hawaiian practitioners while music and hula was continuous throughout the weekend. Hands-on art, demonstrations, films, cultural panels, music and dance acted as the common ground to allow visitors and residents the opportunity to interact and enjoy the “Number 1 rated cultural event” according Hawaii Modern Luxury magazine. The Celebration of the Arts has also been the recipient of the coveted “Keep it Hawaii Kahili Award” presented by the Hawaii Tourism Association.

An exciting addition was The George Kanahele Mele Ho’okuku (song competition) on Saturday, April 23rd. A proud native of the islands, Dr. George Kanehele was committed to ensuring that Hawaiian values remain an integral part of the hospitality industry in the Aloha state and hence, this special challenge is only open to individuals within the industry — but everyone was welcome to share the experience. One designated Hawaiian song was sung by all groups, followed by a “song of choice.” Judging criteria was based upon tone, harmony, stage presence and the use and pronunciation of Hawaiian language.

The Celebration Lu’au and Show ended the weekend festivities bringing together the foods of traditional Hawaii and the contemporary cuisine of The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua chefs. “The Celebration Lu’au and Show was amazing and would truly rank as one of the best lu’aus in the State of Hawaii said Executive Chef John Zaner.” “The food and entertainment was top notch making for an unforgettable evening” he added.

The Celebration After-Hours Party was the finale and is held in the Hotel Lobby Alaloa Lounge with no cover charge. The finest talent in Hawaii took the stage with impromptu performances in a fun filled jam-session that reflected upon the spirit of aloha that the islands are known for. The Celebration Easter Brunch took place on Sunday, April 24, with the annual Easter Egg Scramble and incredible food for everyone who attended.

The Ritz-Carlton Kapalua Maui
1 Ritz Carlton Drive, Kapalua Maui, HI 96761
(808) 669-6200

For more information about the Celebration for The Arts, go to: CelebrationOfTheArts.org