•  Plumeria Series, translucent Cook pine, 21 x 10, 2004

    Plumeria Series, translucent Cook pine, 21 x 10, 2004

  •  Plumeria Series, translucent Cook pine, 21 x 10, 2005

    Plumeria Series, translucent Cook pine, 21 x 10, 2005

  •  Koa, Queens Flower, 20 x 20 x 8

    Koa, Queens Flower, 20 x 20 x 8

  •  Koa Calabash, curly koa, 12 x 8, 2002

    Koa Calabash, curly koa, 12 x 8, 2002

  •  Macadamia Series, largest 3 x 4, 2003

    Macadamia Series, largest 3 x 4, 2003

  •  Macadamia Series, largest 3 x 4, 2003

    Macadamia Series, largest 3 x 4, 2003

  •  Macadamia, 5 x 5 x 5

    Macadamia, 5 x 5 x 5

  •  Breadfruit 10 x 7, 2006

    Breadfruit 10 x 7, 2006

  •  Banyan from a banyan tree landed by Queen Liliuokalani over 100 years ago, killed in 2001

    Banyan from a banyan tree landed by Queen Liliuokalani over 100 years ago, killed in 2001

  •  Buckeye Burl, 7 x 4, 1997

    Buckeye Burl, 7 x 4, 1997

  •  Cook Pine Calabash, 19 x 15, and Epoxy Tree Goblet, 5 x 7

    Cook Pine Calabash, 19 x 15, and Epoxy Tree Goblet, 5 x 7

  •  Milo, purchased by Hawaii National Parks, used at Place of Refuge, Honaunau, for cultural ceremonies

    Milo, purchased by Hawaii National Parks, used at Place of Refuge, Honaunau, for cultural ceremonies

  •  Milo Pod Series, 16 x 12 x 22, 2013

    Milo Pod Series, 16 x 12 x 22, 2013

  •  Hau Pod Series, 7 x 7 34, purchased by the Hawaii Foundation of the Culture and the Arts

    Hau Pod Series, 7 x 7 34, purchased by the Hawaii Foundation of the Culture and the Arts

  •  Bermuda Cedar Pod Series, 7 x 7 x 35

    Bermuda Cedar Pod Series, 7 x 7 x 35

  •  Banyan from a banyan tree landed by Queen Liliuokalani over 100 years ago, killed in 2001

    Banyan from a banyan tree landed by Queen Liliuokalani over 100 years ago, killed in 2001

  •  Cook Pine, King's Trail, 22 x 6, 2014

    Cook Pine, King's Trail, 22 x 6, 2014

  •  Milo, purchased by Hawaii National Parks, used at Place of Refuge, Honaunau, for cultural ceremonies

    Milo, purchased by Hawaii National Parks, used at Place of Refuge, Honaunau, for cultural ceremonies

  •  Cook Pine Popcorn Bowl Series 22 x 7

    Cook Pine Popcorn Bowl Series 22 x 7

  •  Cook Pine Popcorn Bowl Series 22 x 6, purchased by Hawaii State Foundation For Culture And The Arts

    Cook Pine Popcorn Bowl Series 22 x 6, purchased by Hawaii State Foundation For Culture And The Arts

  •  Cook Pine (palm), 19 x 4, 2010

    Cook Pine (palm), 19 x 4, 2010

  •  Cook Pine Starburst, 21 x 5

    Cook Pine Starburst, 21 x 5

  •  Norfolk Pine Calabash, translucent, 13 x 13 x 10, 2009

    Norfolk Pine Calabash, translucent, 13 x 13 x 10, 2009

  •  Mulang Kava Bowl, for cultural events, 17 x 10, 2014

    Mulang Kava Bowl, for cultural events, 17 x 10, 2014

  •  Milo, 8 x 10, 2013

    Milo, 8 x 10, 2013

  •  Milo, Captured Heart, 10 x 8, 2013

    Milo, Captured Heart, 10 x 8, 2013

  •  Ipu Heke with hau cordage by Gary Eoff, 8 x 20, 2013

    Ipu Heke with hau cordage by Gary Eoff, 8 x 20, 2013

  •  Mango Salad Bowl, 20 x 11, 2013

    Mango Salad Bowl, 20 x 11, 2013

  •  2013 Hawaii Craftsmen Show at the Academy of Arts, Honolulu, selected as a guest artist

    2013 Hawaii Craftsmen Show at the Academy of Arts, Honolulu, selected as a guest artist

  •  3 Kumani, hand carved platters for the sailing canoe Hokule]a, used on the worldwide voyage, lagest 14 x 10 x 2 1/2

    3 Kumani, hand carved platters for the sailing canoe Hokule]a, used on the worldwide voyage, lagest 14 x 10 x 2 1/2

  •  Dad J, bleached avocado, 9 x 9 x 7, 2009

    Dad J, bleached avocado, 9 x 9 x 7, 2009

  •  Koa Palm Tree, 30 x 30 x 46

    Koa Palm Tree, 30 x 30 x 46

  •  Beach/Burnt Avocado, w/black pearl lid, colors added, 9 x 4, 2001

    Beach/Burnt Avocado, w/black pearl lid, colors added, 9 x 4, 2001

  •  Fruit or gourd from the calabash tree, carved, 2009

    Fruit or gourd from the calabash tree, carved, 2009

  •  Junk Art, Trudy, life size torso covered in copper, with an 80 year old Polynesian raincoat

    Junk Art, Trudy, life size torso covered in copper, with an 80 year old Polynesian raincoat

  •  Hawaii Artists Collaboration 2015, lamp by Cliff Johns and Gramme Priddle

    Hawaii Artists Collaboration 2015, lamp by Cliff Johns and Gramme Priddle

  •  Hawaii Artists Collaboration 2014, pole lamp by Cliff Johns, Gramme Priddle, Lyonel Grant and Henry Pomphet

    Hawaii Artists Collaboration 2014, pole lamp by Cliff Johns, Gramme Priddle, Lyonel Grant and Henry Pomphet

  •  Junk Art, Tiny Bubbles, 10 x 4 x 8, 2012

    Junk Art, Tiny Bubbles, 10 x 4 x 8, 2012

  •  Harvested koa blocks, 2005

    Harvested koa blocks, 2005

  •  Shop floor after a roughing out session

    Shop floor after a roughing out session

  •  Platter mania

    Platter mania

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