‘Opala Art in Hawai’i

Aloha!¬† While on vacation on the Big Island of Hawai’i, Ruby Re-Usable saw some art made from ‘opala (Hawaiian for trash):

We went to Studio 7 Fine Arts Gallery and got a tour of Donkey Mill Art Center in Holualoa, which offers art classes for adults and youth

collaborative installation by Kathleen Dunphy and Melany Kerver at Donkey Mill

youth recycled art at Donkey Mill Art Center

In Volcano, we visited the Volcano Art Center and Volcano Garden Arts, where we saw art work by Ira Ono and an artsy ukulele by Patrick Inouye

Ira Ono art at Volcano Garden Arts

We were over a month late for the 24 Annual Trash Art and Fashion Show¬† in Hilo and missed meeting Ira Ono (the coordinator and founder of the Trash Art Show), but we did get to have macadamia nut pancakes (with passion and guava syrup) at Ken’s House of Pancakes with Rayona Visqueen (Hilo’s head trashionista)

More Hawaiian Trash Art HERE & Here & HERE & Here & HERE & Here & HERE

Primo beer can ukulele by Patrick Inouye at Volcano Art Center

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