|Best of Show by Marcus Castaing|
Marcus is among the many fine woodworkers here on Hawai‘i Island who craft incredible pieces of local hardwoods such as mango, monkeypod, cook pine, ohia, milo and more. The pieces featured in the show were predominately crafted of Hawai‘i-grown woods, part of the organization's effort to encourage appreciation for sustainable forestry through the planting of native species. In addition to its annual woodworking exhibition, Hawai‘i Forest Industry Association manages several community forests and serves as an advocate for Hawai‘i's diverse forest industry.
|Holualoa gallery owner, Cliff Johns|
Guests of Holualoa Inn are within walking distance of a plethora of fine-art galleries, where the Big Island's unique natural resources are showcased in many different genres, from sculpture and mixed media to photography and woodworking. Our Kona Hawai‘i bed and breakfast puts you right in the heart of the historic artists' village of Holualoa.
Innkeeper Holualoa Inn