Located in the front of the Kona Inn Shopping Village , this gallery is easy to spot from the street. An austere woman ... More
Pacific Fine Art Gallery
Located in the front of the Kona Inn Shopping Village , this gallery is easy to spot from the street. An austere woman presides over the premises, making sure that no wandering shoppers treat the gallery with undue levity. Dozens of local and international artists are on display. While most of the works are oil or watercolor paintings, some prints and three-dimensional art works are also for sale.
My partner and I spent 22 fun filled nights in the Hawaiin Islands. The highlight was definitly the Big Island and all it has to offer. We stumbled on the Pacific Fine Art Gallery in Kona and were blown away by their beautiful local artworks. We met a lovely women Erin who showed us around and talked to us about the artists, never pushy but ever so friendly. We found the most exsquisit painting by Marshall White and I knew that this piece would serve as a wonderful memory of our time their. We are anxiously awaiting its arrival in Australia so that it can take up it place with in our home. Thank you Marshall White and Erin.
My husband and I were in Hawaii for the first time for our 10th anniversary and wanted to purchase something special to commemorate the occasion. We ended up in the gallery and there we discovered Jia Lu. Her work is amazing in its detail and life so we purchased a piece. The staff was easy to work with and never minded when we went back in several more times just to look at the painting. My parents purchased from them as well and my Aunt and Uncle are planning to as well. I can't recommend them highly enough.
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