Posts With Tag 'Sierra Dew'
Posted on March 5th, 2013 by paularath

For decades Jerry and I have almost ritualistically spent our Sunday mornings at The Honolulu Club, on the elliptical, rowing machine and/or treadmill, followed by upper and lower body weight workouts. Yesterday we decided to change it up a little and get outside. We walked the few blocks to Kaka’ako and wandered the neighborhood streets
…Continue reading

Posted on September 6th, 2012 by paularath

Remember my blog a couple of weeks ago regarding the outstanding community service project Sierra Dew presented called Mai’a? Here’s a link to that blog: https://paularath.com/2012/08/maia-project-day-a-huge-success/ At this Saturday’s event the T-shirts and ┬ádolls created on the Mai’a Community Day, as well as other handmade projects the kids have completed, will be available for sale
…Continue reading

Posted on August 20th, 2012 by paularath

Sometimes a community project is not just a win-win, but a win-win-win. Thanks to the seemingly super-human efforts of Sierra Dew and 808 Urban, the Mai’a Project work day last Saturday was a triple-win. It benefited Mai’a, providing a plethora of little dolls to sell at their upcoming Launch Party; it benefited the volunteers who
…Continue reading

Posted on August 11th, 2012 by paularath

About a year ago, fashion and jewelry designer Sierra Dew had an epiphany. As much as she loved designing and making her edgy, modern jewelry and stenciling her uber-chic leggings, T-shirts, dresses and bags, she felt her calling was in helping the youth of Hawaii. Born and raised in Paia, Maui (her parents own Mana
…Continue reading

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
…Continue reading