December 7 and 8, 2013
First weekend in December
Located in Hawaiian Paradise Park, studios with
guest artists will open their studios to the public.
Artist's studios scattered throughout Hawaiian Paradise Park, will open their doors and sharing their studio space with guest artists, to display and sell their wonderful and unique arts, crafts. Some unique types of art featured are locally made and braided bracelets, lava pots, native plant dyed fabrics, recycled art, woods and furniture, hand blown glass, jewelry, fashion and clothing, quilting, doll art, and the list goes on.
We support and encourage art and fellowship among artists in our community through exhibits such as the December studio tour where local artists open their studios to display their work in the setting where it is created," says board member and clay artist Patti Datlof. "Our mission is also to encourage art education through donations to local schools for art supplies and by providing opportunities for mentoring, lectures and workshops."
The Paradise Studio Tour Artist Collective donated $1,320.00 to the Pahoa High School art department from the 2012 Paradise Studio Tour. Read the complete article.
In 2011 the Paradise Studio TourArtist Collective donated $1220.00 to HASS art department, in 2010 close to $2,000 to the Keaau High School art department and for 2009 we donated $1036.00 to Pahoa High School art department. The 2008 tour donation was over $1000.00 to the Hawaii Academy of Arts and Sciences in Pahoa, and the first year was $600 to the Keaau High School art department.
Hawaiian Paradise Park subdivision's website