A Hawaiian Tradition That Lives Today

A Hawaiian lei can be constructed of leaves, flowers, seashells, feathers, seeds, nuts, and even bone and teeth from various animals. It is a custom that still lives on in Hawai'i today. Below is a Plumeria Lei. These flowers are some of the most fragrant, and come in a wide variety of colors. They don't last long once picked from a tree, so the time spent with them are special. 


A Custom of "Aloha"

A Lei can be worn at anytime for any occasion. They are a nice gesture for arriving guests, life celebrations, special occasions and holidays. There are few "rules" when it comes to wearing or giving a Lei. 


Maui Hands Gallery Celebrates 25 years!

This past weekend Maui Hands Gallery celebrated their 25 year anniversary! Kim McDonald has had her work featured in Maui Hands for many years. We are so thankful for the hospitality and relationships created. Cheers to another 25!