Posts With Tag 'Tutuvi Sitoa'
Posted on March 22nd, 2013 by paularath

   Pacifikology is a pop-up shop that’s well worth popping in on. In fact, I’d go so far as to say: Don’t miss it. That’s because it offers so many shopping opportunities that are rare in Honolulu. Some of these lines are just not found anywhere else. Co-founders Janu Cassidy and Marla Momi Musick, whose
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Posted on August 27th, 2012 by paularath

Colleen Kimura, owner/designer of Tutuvi Sitoa, has a wide circle of artist friends. From time to time, she offers them her lovely space on King Street to show their work. It’s always worth a special trip to see what’s there. The simple, beautiful, serene work of Jon Vongvichai offers us an opportunity to enjoy beauty
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Posted on May 14th, 2012 by paularath

If you haven’t been to Tutuvi-Sitoa for a while, here’s a great reason to get there. We don’t often get to see a collection of Jerry Vasconcellos’ sculpture. In addition, when’s the last time you saw Colleen Kimura‘s beautiful hand screened Pacific Island prints? Her shop is bursting with beautiful fabrics, clothing, jewelry, note cards
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Posted on September 5th, 2011 by paularath

Colleen Kimura, owner of Tutuvi Sitoa and a textile designer extraordinaire, has always had a passion for lauhala. Now she can indulge that passion in her little shop in Moiliili with a special show of the work of lauhala artisans. Here she shares some of her knowledge of lauhala weaving:           “Lauhala weaving is one
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