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KVA Member Artists

Thomas Carey
Wood Turner
Kathleen Carr
Stefanie Culbertson
Betty Gerstner
Watercolor, Hand
Painted Porcelain & Colored Pencil. Specializing in Pet Portraits
Pat Hedden
Pallet Knife Painting (oil)
Bill Jaeger
Stained Glass
Kathleen Jaeger
Mosaics, Acrylics, pen and ink, painting on glassware
Christal Nylin
Linda Savell
Don Slocum
Robert (Bob) J. Williams
Acrylic Paintings on Paper and Canvas


KVA Guest Artists

Frank Andrews
Welded Copper
Rachel Baker
Fused Glass
Brad Lewis
Parker and Debbie Nicholson
Wood Turners
Scott Pincus
Silversmith - Jewelry
Bill Twibell
Located in Kona, on the Big Island, Hawaii

Original Art Created Exclusively by Big Island Artists
Kailua Village Artists began in 1987
It is now the oldest surviving artists Co-operative
in the State of Hawaii.

  • Glass: Blown Glass, Fused Glass, Glass Jewelry, Stained Glass

  • Paintings: Acrylic, Oil, Watercolor, Colored Pencil

  • Photography: Ocean Life, Scenes around Hawai'i, Hawaii Volcano

  • 3 Dimensional Art: Ceramic, Concrete, Mosaic, Porcelain and Wood

  • Reproductions and Cards also available

Click on the name of an artist (left column) to see examples of their art.  
The art of some of our artists is not available yet.  
The name of artists for whom there are examples will be a "hot link" (usually underlined) in the column to the left.

 Check back often as we add more examples of our artist's art.

Kailua Village Artists is Featuring
Seven Guest Artists in September

Frank Andrews creates welded copper petroglyph images inspired from petroglyphs found on locations around the Hawaiian Islands.

Rachel Baker works with fused glass shaping it into plates, coasters, jewelry, wine stoppers and accessory pieces. She uses bright colors, featuring marine life, flowers and other subjects.

Brad Lewis is an internationally published and recognized photographer with an impressive portfolio of volcano photography taken over the last 30 years. The gallery features his lava photographs from 1983 to the present.

Parker and Debbie Nicholson collaborate in their wood turning of native wood found on the island. The gallery features a variety of their refillable Koa pens.

Scott Pincus is a silversmith. He creates jewelry that incorporates native shells and sea life designs into his work.

Bill Twibell, known as the "Fish Print Guy," specializes in the ancient art of Gyotaku. He paints various caught fish of all sizes, then presses rice paper onto the fish for one-of-a-kind originals. Reproductions are also available.

We are located in the
Kona Marketplace
75-5729 Ali'i Drive, Suite C-110
 (on the walkway between Sunglass Hut and Sam's Hideaway)
Kailua-Kona, Hawaii

The gallery is open 7 days a week from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm
Kailua Village Artists is a Cooperative organization. The gallery is managed by the members.

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