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Address4206 Hana HwyHana, Hawaii96713workAddress1205 Crain StreetEvanston, IL60202workAddress4206 Hana HwyHana, Hawaii96713workPhone:847-280-9636homeEmail:firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNETWebsite:ausrinesartsroom.net
Categories:Activities, Art Studio Visits & Workshops, Fine Artists
Tour our exquisite collection of 400 varieties of tropical and sub-tropical plants, including 270 botanically-labeled plants with family, genus, species, provenance, and common name.
Entabeni’s collection of exotic and tropical plants, including more than 38 varieties of palms, is presented in a gardenesque environment with lawns and pathways leading through rooms of plantings and majestic vistas overlooking the Pacific Ocean on one side and the eastern ridge of Haleakala (Hawaii’s “House of the Sun”) on the mauka (mountain) side.
When driving Maui’s world-famous “Road to Hana,” stop and enjoy a tour of Entabeni Gardens any weekday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Choose a self-guided tour and stroll on your own or enjoy a guided tour. Our passionate and informed tour guides will answer your questions and provide information about our extraordinary variety of tropical and sub-tropical plants and flowers. (See dozens of photos.)
Ask for our “Green Living Tour” and your guide will show you how we’ve created a sustainable, “off the grid” living environment at Entabeni with electricity from the sun, water from the rain, and food from the land.
Entabeni Gardens is located in Nahiku on the north shore of Maui about 90 minutes (36 miles) east of Kahului Airport and about 25 minutes (8 miles) northwest of Hana. (See driving directions.)
In addition to guided and self-guided tours, we provide a restroom, refreshments, art, and vacation rental accommodations (when available).
Our Vision: Hana Arts envisions our community inspired, and united by the profound and long lasting impact that exposure to the Arts has on people’s lives.
Our Mission: Hana Arts provides Art & Cultural education and both life-enhancing and income-generating opportunities for all East Maui keiki to kupuna through youth, individual and family programs including classroom teaching, workshops and events that help stimulate and broaden our community’s potential.
Come visit us at Hana Coast Gallery in the heart of Hana.
Based on the curating concept of the founding owners, the gallery represents only Hawaiian Artisans and Island Artists whose creations meet the standards of excellent design, quality workmanship and reasonable price.
We welcome email and phone inquiries about the works and artists on our website, http://www.hanacoast.com. We are located on the Hotel Hana Maui property.Please keep in mind that most fine art crafts pieces are one-of-a-kind and are acquired on a first-come, first-served basis. In addition to the items on the website, The Hana Coast Gallery features a comprehensive selection of work by many other world and regionally-renowned artists.
We are happy to arrange personal appointments for gallery viewing.
If you call our Hana gallery at 808.248.8636, and reach voice-mail, please leave a message! We will be happy to return your call between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Hawaiian Standard Time.
My work is a fusion of paper sculpture, abstract painting, and Hawaiian culture. I am inspired by the natural beauty of Hawaii, the rich history of Polynesian culture, and the ancient art of paper-making.
I use handmade paper as my primary medium. I hand-form the paper from a variety of fibers, including kozo, hemp, and mulberry. I then sculpt the paper into three-dimensional forms, which I paint with mineral pigments. The mineral pigments give my work a rich, earthy palette that reflects the natural beauty of Hawaii.
The sculptures are often abstract, but it is always rooted in the natural world. I am interested in creating forms that suggest movement, growth, and transformation. I also use my work to explore the relationship between humans and nature.
I believe that art can be a powerful tool for connecting people with the natural world. My work is an invitation to slow down and appreciate the beauty of all that surrounds us. It is also a reminder that we are part of a larger ecosystem, and that we have a responsibility to care for our planet.
Studio visits may be made by appointment and my work can be viewed at the Viewpoints Gallery in Makawao.