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7th Annual Paradise Studio Tour
December 7th and 8th, 2013

The Paradise Studio Tour Artist Collective is proud to be celebrating their upcoming 7th year
of the Paradise Studio Tour.  We have enjoyed opening our studios in
Hawaiian Paradise Park to all that are interested in seeing some of the
wonderful arts and crafts being done here on the island.

10% of all proceeds are donated to the three
Puna District Public High School's Art Departments. 
To date over $7,000 donated.

Meet the artists and have an opportunity to appreciate art in the atmosphere in which it was created.
Demonstrations offered throughout the weekend.

We have Food Vendors at the Hawaiian Paradise Park Hui on Maku'u between 17th and 18th Avenue
Oasis Cafe and Moonshine Scumptiousness

Check out the full menu

If you need more information about the 2013 Paradise Studio Tour please contact:

Karen Hagen   982-5150
Margaret Lynch    557-0931

Link to the Paradise Studio Tour Facebook page
6th Annual Paradise Studio Tour
View images of the
2012 Paradise Studio Tour
Mahalo to Philip Seaton.

Carrie Rojo's cuff
John McCollum gourd
Diane Thornton mandala
Daniel Moe wave
Michelle Dies necklace
Patti Datlof

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 ceramics, lava pots, dyed fabrics, recycled art, woods, gourds, furniture, glass, jewelry, accessories, clothing, 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."

Ke Ola magazine

November / December 2012

Immerse Yourself in Art:
The Paradise Studio Tours

Read the full article here.


Hawaiian Paradise Park subdivision's website