- 5th Annual “Art Helps” Hawaii Island Humane Society Benefit Sale Saturday, November 28, 2015
- Join High Fire Hawaii Artist Shannon Hickey at the 7th Annual Volcano Pottery Sale
- 7th Annual Volcano Pottery Sale June 12 & 13, 2015
- June 2014 – 6th Annual Volcano Pottery Sale
- 3rd Annual “Art Helps” Sale to Benefit the Hawaii Island Humane Society Saturday, Nov. 30
Join Shannon and 14 other Big Island Potters at the 6th Annual Volcano Pottery Sale! This year’s event will be held Friday and Saturday June 13 and 14 at the Volcano Art center Niaulani Campus.
High Fire Hawaii’s 3rd annual “Art Helps” benefit sale for the Hawaii Island Humane Society will be held Saturday, November 30, 2013 at High Fire Hawaii Gallery & Studio on the Bayfront in Downtown Hilo.
A portion of every sale of ceramics, jewelry, framed original artwork and prints by local artists will be donated to the Humane Society. Up to 50% donated on select studio sales. Great sale prices on studio seconds. Pets from the Hawaii Island Humane Society available for on-site adoption (spayed/neutered & ready to take home) from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm.
Join us for Glow Night on First Friday, September 06 !
Shannon and 11 other Big Island potters will be selling their wares at the 5th annual Volcano Pottery Sale June 14 & 15! Click for details.
Join us from 9 to 5 on Saturday, Nov. 24 for our 2nd Annual Art Helps! benefit sale for the Hawaii Island Humane Society.
Free Art Demonstrations! Join us from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm on the Second Saturday of each month. One of our artists will be showing their work and technique. Check our Facebook page for pics of past events.
ART BUYER SPEAKS
“LOVIN’ THE TI PLANT PICTURES! Now that these lovely gals are up – we can appreciate their origin – it is rainy & that sun refuses to stay out for too long here on our West Coast of British Columbia.” Amandah & Chris
I met this couple at my booth during the February Waimea Cherry Blossom Festival. I’m so happy they chose these three original silk painting ti plants, which they purchased mounted, unmatted and unframed. They had them completed nicely by professionals in their home town.
These ti plant “gals” were created last October for my customer and friend Sumiko, who wanted my artwork to complete her four new vacation rentals. However, she lives right at ocean side and the salt for framed, glass or plexi-glass pieces would not work out well. Plus, purchasing multiples of 12 originals for the unit’s sitting rooms, bedrooms, and bathrooms, warranted canvas giclee prints rather than original works of art. So we had Robyn at Hilo Fine Art (formerly Keaau Fine Art) create the giclees for her Bhudda’s Ocean Retreat in Hawaiian Paradise Park (http://www.hawaiigaga.com/