Artists Studios Big Island Kona Palisades November 19 And 20 2016

Dated: 10/31/2016

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Check out this fun event coming soon:

November 19 and 20, 2016

Saturday and Sunday, from 9am to 4pm. Take the self-guided driving tour to meet nine Big Island artists at five locations. Go from one art studio to the next, all located near Ka'iminani Drive in the Kona Palisades subdivision of Kailua-Kona. See the art displayed, demonstrations in the studios and get a jump on holiday shopping by buying directly from the artists. Look for the signs near Holoholo off Ka'iminani Drive to start your tour, or enter 73-4356 Holoholo St, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii 96740 into your GPS. For more information, email KonaPalisadesArtists@gmail. com or visit< /p>  

Check out the 5 locations hosting artwork by 9 Big Island artists. It's really fun to drive around and see local art, in a relaxed setting out of the commercial downtown area, or galleries.

Meet the artists and talk to them, and learn more about their work. You may find some great holiday gifts just in time for the holidays.

Sunsets Big Island Hawaii Kailua Kona

Thanks to Kona Web for posting this information.

Thanks to the artists for opening up their studios for the tour, and sharing with the community at large.

Check out the webpages up above for more information.

You may even get to see a spectacular sunset along the way.

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