Posts With Tag 'Santa Fe Weaving Gallery'
Posted on May 6th, 2013 by paularath

When you’re married to a farm boy from Las Cruces, New Mexico, Cinco de Mayo is kind of a big thing. Jerry loves to either throw a big party with New Mexican, Tex Mex or Mexican food – or go out in search of same. Today we went to Jose’s in Kaimuki. The owner is
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Posted on June 28th, 2012 by paularath

This time of year I always wish I was heading to Santa Fe, New Mexico for the Indian Market and Opera season. I have never been but it’s definitely on my bucket list. We travel to Santa Fe and Taos every other year or so because Jerry was born and raised in New Mexico, but
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Posted on January 20th, 2012 by paularath

Yesterday I took Barbara Lanning, co-owner of the Santa Fe Weaving Gallery to meet Andy South. To get an idea of what the wearable art gallery is all about, check out their fabulous website: www.santafeweavinggallery.com) . Barbara was hoping to find some Hawaii designers to feature in a future trunk show (probably summer of 2013)
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Posted on December 28th, 2011 by paularath

Textile artist  and fashion designer Akihiko Izukura of Kyoto is coming to Hawaii to create installations at both U.H. Manoa and the Academy Art Center at Linekona. His exhibitions are called Life in Colors in Hawaii 2012. In addition to the exhibitions, lectures and workshops, Izukura-san is holding a special trunk show of his fashions
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Posted on February 7th, 2011 by paularath

One of Japan’s most respected textile artists was in Honolulu last week to finalize arrangements for his 2012 art shows, his first in Hawaii. Akihiko Izukura of Kyoto, whose family has worked with textiles for more than 400 years, will present his first Hawaii shows in January and February, 2012. He has previously shown in New York,
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