Earth Day Celebration
North Shore surfer-photographer Clark Little, known for his ability to get up-close and personal with the waves and nature, will showcase his work in recycled frames. Guests will greet the work of Little as not only earth-friendly but a display of natural ocean beauty ripe for a Pacific Home.
Christopher Reiner doesn’t seem to throw anything away and even collects what others dump. He refers to his off-the-street materials as “obtanium” and his sculptural method as “spontaneous engineering.” Reduce the amount of materials and waste-not are Reiner’s motto, while his message of commenting on the waste building up in our environment is hard to miss. However, Reiner’s art and furnishing designs are quite playful and useful – a perfect addition to a sustainable Pacific Home household.
Reuse is key to Debbie Mascia’s image. Mascia made her mark deconstructing vintage aloha wear to make contemporary clothing. She is co-owner and designer of the stylish Mu‘umu‘u Heaven in Kailua and is now launching “Heavenly Home,” a line of vintage and reclaimed home furnishings. Mascia’s work is not only kind to the Earth but a beautiful enhancement to a Pacific Home.
Enjoy complimentary wine, soft drinks, and light pupu while walking lightly upon our precious planet at Pacific Home’s celebration of the Earth.
Thursday, April 24, 2008 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
420 Ward Avenue
Honolulu, HI. 96814