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January 2014
Posted on January 23rd, 2014 by paularath

Karin Moggridge did not originally set out to be a textile designer, yet her path was a natural progression. The Danish-born multi-talented artist, like so many young Scandinavian women in her day, was sent to England as a teenager to be an au pair. While attending industrial design classes at the local art school in
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Posted on January 21st, 2014 by paularath

Honolulu has a vibrant art scene going on right now. We have so many talented artists in every media, from oils, acrylics and water colors to film, digital media and performance art – to name a few. What we don’t have is a place where our artists can work and show their art. Yes, we
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Posted on January 15th, 2014 by paularath

I have always been a fan of Mari Stewart‘s style, ever since her days as owner/buyer of Rafael boutique. She has great taste and a style that’s uniquely hers, classic and understated but always with a twist. Mari is now an empty nester and her friends have begun calling upon her to help them organize
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Posted on January 11th, 2014 by paularath

Sometimes we can tell from a very early age what our childhood BFF is going to be when he or she grows up. I knew from the age of three that my BFF, Neil Brian Murphy, was going to be an artist. I knew this because the only naughty thing Neil and I ever did
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Posted on January 10th, 2014 by paularath

If you haven’t seen the Georgia O’Keefe and Ansel Adams exhibit at the Honolulu Museum of Art, you need to go now. It closes on Sunday and it is not to be missed. On Wednesday I attended a lecture at the Doris Duke Theatre by Barney Ebsworth, a renowned art collector who was a close
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