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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Monday, December 12, 2011

Coconuts and Canoes! What more do you need? By Jim

Two new paintings still a little wet by Jim. The canoes remind me of my wedding day on Hanalei Bay. The joys of life are the memories we make.

New Silk Scarves by Takuyo. Roses are inspired by the Silk Road that ran from Asia to the Roman Empire.

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Amazing 24" Koa Fish Hook by Bud

Can you believe how beautiful and big this is? At 24" tall it would make a fantastic center or exhibit piece in your home or office.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Stardust and Heaven on Earth by Roy Tabora

Lisa and I had fun framing up
Heaven on Earth. Wait until
You see Stardust's frame.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Roy Tabora "Enchanted Moment" and "The Blush of Passion" at Red Koi Collection

Mahalo,

Keoni Kahn Macko
RED KOI Collection
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808-742-2778 gallery
keonimacko@gmail.com
www.redkoihawaii.com

The Fantastic Seascapes of Roy Tabora

Lisa and I are very honored and humbled to showcase the exquisite works by Hawaii's own, Roy Tabora. The newest limited edition, "Stardust" is available now.

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Sandra Elizabeth Blazel

A new giclee image from Hawaii artist Sandra Blazel. "Mango Morning" is an artist embellished giclee on canvas. I wish that was my kitchen view.

Saturday, April 16, 2011

New Bronze Sculpture Artist!

A big warm Aloha to our newest artist Dan Nevills. He has the ability to create bronze sculptures both realistic and impressionistic from the birth of the concept to the final art all himself. He has donated these quails, "Three's Company" as part of our Japan Earthquake Relief. Look for more pieces to come!

Friday, March 11, 2011

JAPAN EARTHQUAKE RELIEF

JAPAN

EARTHQUAKE 

RELIEF


Here in Hawaii we are all somehow tied to Japan. You can see it in our community, in our child's faces, in our culture and customs. We at RED KOI collection and our many artists are committed to helping our Island Neighbors. Everything that you see with a red silk ribbon 75% of the proceeds will go directly toward helping the relief efforts.

We have partnered with The Rotary Club of Kapaa as they have a sister city that they partner with in Japan. Our goal is to raise $5000 and send it directly to grass roots organizations that can do the most good. We have been assured that 100% of what we send will get there.

If you are interested in helping or willing to challenge your company in doing the same let me know. We are all one.

Sincerely,
Keoni and Lisa Kahn Macko
RED KOI collection
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Saturday, February 5, 2011

New Kimono Bags

We just received over 40 new Kimono bags by Theresa. Each one uniquely different from the next in vibrant silks and beautiful patterns.

Monday, January 24, 2011

The Dancing Trees of Makaweli

Here is a new original oil by Malia Peltier. 8" x 16" gallery wrapped on canvas. I can almost here the ukulele playing on Sunday morning.

Monday, January 17, 2011

Hand Painted Silks from Takuyo

We are excited by our newest relationship with accomplished silk artist Takuyo. She hand paints on silk original floral and abstract patterns in vibrant colors. Takuyo studied traditional Japanese silk painting and is now blending her knowledge and talents to create these one of a kind creations available exclusively at Red Koi collection.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Martin Wessler New Originals

Marty Just dropped off four originals for us. Every cottage that I see from him is better than the next. We have a storm coming through today so the painting of Sunny Poipu is a welcome sight. Thanks Marty.