Marcia Selsor on sun 3 apr 05
I am in Honolulu right now. The Academy has a great collection of
ceramics. 1500 pieces not all displayed. Then there is the Doris Duke
home that looks interesting. Personally, I'd go to Kauaii or the big
island. Honolulu is the 11th largest city in the US and REALYY crowded.
The contemporary museum of art is below my one room apt. It has a few
good pieces and Tashiko Takeazu's forest trees as well as a huge pie(s)
by Viola Frey. Last Dec. they had an exhibition of Paula Winokur's
On Maui there is a contemporary art center that hosts ceramic
workshops. All depends on what you like. For a fantastic dinner go to
La Mariana, the last Tiki restaurant on the island. It is on Island
access road. very funky.
Program Director of Ceramics for Spring Semester at UH Manoa
On Apr 3, 2005, at 9:39 AM, Neil Fallon wrote:
> My wife and I are leaving on Friday to spend a week in Honolulu. (She
> finally gets her well deserved honeymoon after 25 years of putting up
> clay all over her house.) With that said, are their any galleries or
> that a person shouldn't miss this next week while we are there? I
> think I'll last another 25 years to get back there.
> For those on the list that may reside in Hawaii, if there is a "can't
> adventure you would recommend, I would appreciate a short note off the
> with the information.
> Neil Fallon
> rock pond pottery
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Neil Fallon on sun 3 apr 05
My wife and I are leaving on Friday to spend a week in Honolulu. (She
finally gets her well deserved honeymoon after 25 years of putting up with
clay all over her house.) With that said, are their any galleries or museums
that a person shouldn't miss this next week while we are there? I don't
think I'll last another 25 years to get back there.
For those on the list that may reside in Hawaii, if there is a "can't miss"
adventure you would recommend, I would appreciate a short note off the list
with the information.
rock pond pottery
L. P. Skeen on sun 3 apr 05
One of the people in this year's Clay Lover's Calendar is in Hawaii - and
she makes some really nice Raku forms. Check the front of your calendar for
the name Amber Aguirre and send her an email.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Neil Fallon"
> My wife and I are leaving on Friday to spend a week in Honolulu.
John Jensen on mon 4 apr 05
I don't know about "can't miss" adventures in Hawaii. If your are a =
swimmer and the surf is up, try to get into the waves on the north =
The walking tour at Waimea Falls is really worth the time and money. =
Falls is at Waimea bay which is home of what once was the biggest =
wave in the world...before tow-in surfing. Just for walking around, =
lunch and shopping, the little town of Haleiwa on the north shore is =
nice. Drive around the island, windward side, North shore and stop a =
check out the different beaches. Each little grocery store is =
if you are into that, it's a chance to pick up a little local vibe. The
Punaluu Restaurant in Punaluu is pretty funky and local style. Of =
you do want to see the Bishop Museum. Also the Ceramics department at =
worth a visit.
John Jensen, Mudbug Pottery