Kona Art Gallery

Big Island Guide Travel Guide

Located also in Holualoa Village, you will find a modest, yellow-sided and green roof-toped building, which is home to the Kona Art Gallery. Not only featuring twelve other artists wall art, stationary and jewelry capturing the Big Island’s magical allure; but the gallery is a nucleus where healing tools for life’s transitions are created by Elizabeth Theriault who owns the gallery with her husband, Gary.

Gary creates Big Island life photos and art carvings out of Koa and other exotic woods. Elizabeth runs the gallery and designs traditional, creative drums of all sizes and sounds, feather mobiles, rattles and other amazing creations. These special items can also be used ceremonially to acknowledge and strengthen an individual as they go through a life transition.

Elizabeth is a licensed, wedding officiate in the state of Hawaii; her Aloha style is nature based and spiritual adding that extra special touch to any wedding, celebration or ceremony.

Tuesday – Saturday
10:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

76-5938 Mamalahoa Hwy.
Holualoa, HI 96725

(808) 322-5125

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