Art on the Go
Posted on May 28th, 2019 by paularath

In my Nia dance class Friday night at Still and Moving Center, Krista Hiser set the evening’s theme as “bowls.” She talked about bowls full, not empty. And about what bowls full of joy and happiness mean to her. I found myself dancing with a full heart and open mind. As it happens, bowls have
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Posted on May 23rd, 2019 by paularath

In 2005, I wrote a story in The Honolulu Advertiser about a new line of Polynesian clothing called Pili. In my lede, I wrote that Pili means to cling, hold tight, or bring together.  http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/article/2005/Jan/10/il/il02a.html Today, in 2019, the “bring together” part of Pili has special significance. That’s because Pili is bringing a family back
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Posted on May 8th, 2019 by paularath

I recently caught up with Bliss Lau while she was on a bus, infant daughter Soa in her arms, traveling between her studio and her home. It’s a whirling dervish sort of life, the life of a working mother. While Bliss is a thoroughly NYC girl now, she was born and raised in Honolulu and
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Posted on April 6th, 2019 by paularath

I have recently returned to acrylic painting. For quite awhile I’ve struggled with watercolors. When traveling, watercolors are by far the most practical medium. All you need is a little (or even tiny) palette of paint pans, a pad of watercolor paper, a few brushes and you’re good to go. It’s easy to paint anywhere
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Posted on November 22nd, 2018 by paularath

  Here are some of the bags, cards and watercolor paintings you can see at the Indige Black Friday and Small Biz Saturday sale. Details of the sale are below. Everything we create is one-of-a-kind, so come early or you may miss out. There is free parking behind Indige; enter on 9th Avenue. Here are
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