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Kauai: Best shop for local Hawaiian art?

Old Jan 31, 16, 11:56 am
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Kauai: Best shop for local Hawaiian art?

I will be spending a week on Kauai this Memorial Day, and I love shopping for products by local artists wherever I visit. What is the best shop to visit to pick up local crafts such as jewelry, koa wood objects, housewares, quilted objects, and such?

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Old Jan 31, 16, 5:43 pm
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Originally Posted by tvelinsk View Post
I will be spending a week on Kauai this Memorial Day, and I love shopping for products by local artists wherever I visit. What is the best shop to visit to pick up local crafts such as jewelry, koa wood objects, housewares, quilted objects, and such?

Thanks for your help!
If you have the time, consider going to one or more of Kauai's farmer's markets. There is no way to guarantee who will be there with what products, but I found some nice crafts at the Waipa farmer's market on my last trip.
https://www.tastingkauai.com/farmers-markets/
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Old Feb 4, 16, 10:33 am
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Just returned from Kauai and we visited a nice local shop next to Kalaheo Cafe.
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Old Feb 7, 16, 8:00 pm
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We have purchased several things at Halele'a Gallery in Kukuilula Village, including a couple Jamie Allens. There are also several other shops at Kukuiula.

We also have a Michelle Dick which we found at the
Friday night Hanapepe Art Walk from 6-9 p.m. (which I would recommend). She is sold at Halele'a Gallery too.

Yellowfish Trading in Hanalei also has some interesting stuff. We bought a Steven Neill surfboard sign there several years ago.
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