Posts With Tag 'Lynda Sakraida'
Posted on November 28th, 2012 by paularath

For only the second year, and for only two days, fine artist Linda Spadaro is holding a holiday sale of the work of a select group of artists. She has carefully selected fine artists and artisans who are highly professional and often hard to find. Trust me, this is not your average craft fair. It’s
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Posted on October 22nd, 2012 by paularath

When Lynda Sakraida¬†of Hadji Baba Bags holds an art opening, it’s anything but ordinary. It’s a real party, complete with theme, good food, music and entertainment. So expect a really good time at the opening of her show “It’s a Jungle Out There”: Monday, October 29 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Gallery at Ward Center In
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Posted on August 2nd, 2012 by paularath

Chock it up to the recession or unemployment or, hey, maybe it’s just the fun of it. Whatever it is, bartering seems to be making a comeback in Hawaii. I often barter for my art. I have traded art for accessories with fashion and jewelry designer Sierra Dew. She loved my monoprints; I loved her
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Posted on January 11th, 2012 by paularath

As you’ve read in this blog, Lynda Sakraida, designer of Hadji Baba Bags, is no stranger to color. She thrives on color. She surrounds herself with color. Even her pet bird, Hadji Baba, is a riot of color. Her last show at the Gallery at Ward Center was called “Drenched” and it was a cacophony
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Posted on November 11th, 2011 by paularath

Each year four talented friends gather an assortment of friends – and their creations – for a fabulous evening of champagne, divine pupus and shopping. Here’s the line-up: Bev Creamer’s jewelry, so versatile, colorful and fun that it becomes everyone’s go-to piece Elizabeth Kent’s vintage kimonos re-worked into jackets, vests and shawls of timeless beauty
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