Free Art Demonstrations After the Merrie Monarch Parade

On Saturday, April 14, 2012, High Fire Hawaii, the art gallery & studio at 114 Kamehameha Avenue on Hilo’s Bayfront, is hosting free art demonstrations to celebrate their 4th anniversary. High Fire Hawaii is also hosting a benefit plant sale for Let’s Grow Hilo along with their one-day anniversary sale on selected gallery prints, paintings, jewelry and ceramics.

Free demonstrations will include Patti Pease Johnson painting on silk and wheel thrown pottery by Shannon Hickey. Demonstrations will begin after the conclusion of the Merrie Monarch Parade. The gallery, which is located at 114 Kamehameha Avenue near Cronies Bar & Grill, will have extended hours that day from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m.

All anniversary sale items are the work of Big Island artists. The gallery offers paintings, prints, ceramics, and jewelry. The adjacent studio offers classes for all ages in ceramics, drawing and painting.

For class and workshop details, or other information about the April 14 Anniversary Sale, see, email, or call the gallery at 935-8380.

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