The works of more than 30 artists will be presented in late May at the prestigious Fair authentic Hawaiian arts in Bishop Museum in Honolulu.
During May 24-25, visitors will see the products of local artists, including jewelry, paintings and woven products. Fair, similar to the popular Indian markets of south-east America, is part of the celebrations of the moon tribe Maoli arts dedicated to the variety of authentic Hawaiian artistic community. During May several artists will be recognized masters. Their work screened at the Museum of Bishop, which was founded in 1889 in memory of Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop.
One of the winners of the ninth annual event has become an artist of Oahu Meleanna Alula Meyer. One of her works – “The most important thing” – was presented to the Dalai Lama during his visit to Hawaii in 2012.
Author: Anastasiia Trepyton