Feather Lei by Boris Huang
Expert Hawaiian feather lei artist Boris Kekaiuluikahikina Huang creates these stunning Hawaiian feather leis. He hand ties each feather individually using the ancient techniques of old Hawaii passed on to him by the late renowned feather lei practitioner Aunty Mary Lou Kekuewa. Boris makes a variety of styles of leis using various bird feathers none of which is endangered. There will be slight variations in the colors of these feather leis because each one is an handmade work of art. Framed in Solid Koa shadow boxes by Martin & MacArthur. These feather lei are perfect for a home or office setting.
Northern California craftsman Neal DeVore creates exquisite natural-edge vessels with burled woods. Neal is a self-taught lathe-turner. He proudly uses woods predominantly from the West Coast including Redwood, Amboyna, Buckeye, Maple, Myrtle, Carob, Mulberry, Olive and Walnut.
Neal says, “Mother Nature never ceases to amaze me with the beauty that leaps out of every lump of burled wood.
All wood is sourced from renewable, eco-friendly suppliers. Proudly made in America.
Eva Makk has been called “the world’s foremost living impressionist painter.” Her husband, Americo Makk, was an internationally acclaimed master painter and the portrait artist of two United States presidents. Their son, A.B. Makk, is an international award-winning painter. The family now lives in Hawaii.
For over half a century, art by the Makks has touched the hearts and minds of viewers around the world. Their work has been the focus of numerous major public exhibitions, including Carnegie International Center (NY), U.S. Senate Rotunda (Washington, D.C.), Monaco Intercontinental Exhibition (Paris), St. Stephen Museum (Hungary).