Volcano Village Art Hui tour returns

  • Courtesy photo "Glass Ornaments" by Mike and Misato Mortara. Hand blown art glass.

  • Courtesy photo "Three Coptic Books" by Lisa Louise Adams.

  • Courtesy photo "ʻOhelo" by Joan Yoshioka. Acrylic painting.

  • Courtesy photo "Kokohi" by Ira Ono. Clay and mixed media.

  • Courtesy photo "ʻAlala Bowl" by Emily Herb. Mid-range stoneware.

  • Courtesy photo "Mauna Kea Morning" by Margaret Barnaby. Multiple plate wood block print.

The Volcano Village Artists Hui Annual Studio Tour and Sale is back, although in a slightly modified form. Over Thanksgiving weekend, three studio sites will be open for regular hours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday-Sunday.

These include Margaret Barnaby (woodblock prints) at her studio with Mike and Misato Mortara (hand-blown art glass) and Lisa Louise Adams (quilts, pots, watercolors, books), and Ira Ono (exquisite gifts and treasures) at Volcano Garden Arts.


Emily Herb (pottery and sculptural clay vessels) with guest artist Joan Yoshioka (nature paintings, prints and cards) will be showing their work at the 2400 Fahrenheit Glass Studio. Erik Wold (high-fire pottery), Chiu Leong (porcelain and tea), Elizabeth Miller (paintings and prints) and Ricia Shema (vintage silk) can be contacted through their websites for online sales, or studio appointments.

Pam Barton and Zeke Israel have opted not to participate this year. All Hui members continue to make art and look forward to the time when our annual studio tour and sale can continue as it was before the pandemic, hopefully in 2022.


Please check the Hui website for information and maps. COVID protocols will be observed at all open studios, including masking, hand sanitizing and social distancing.

For a less crowded, and more relaxed shopping experience, please consider attending Saturday or Sunday. The Hui would like to thank our community for their continued understanding and support. For more information, visit www.VolcanoVillageArtistsHui.com.