We produce superbly crafted high quality art from grog stone, commonly known as ironstone which is a sedimentary rock, a raw substance, a workable natural earthmaterial, and our process and materials are earth-sourced and earth-friendly. Our works depict historic Hawaiian life imagery through ki'i pohaku – ki'‘i meaning "image" and pohaku meaning "stone."
We also produce quality calligraphy Kanji symbols and unique artist pieces that willprovoke, soothe, inspire and delight.The natural flora and fauna found here are also captured in stone and will grace any décor. Each work is hand crafted, carved and shaped, painted and sealed here on Kaua'i, in our south side Lawai studio.
We offer a wide selection of unique hanging artworks, perfectly suited for gift giving, and we can provide custom designs for businesses, clubs, wedding favors and trophies customized to your specifications.Original artwork from Luki has delighted discerning collectors since 2010.
Thank you for joining us in considering how art honors life—and how it will stand in for each of us when we are no longer here to speak for ourselves.
You can see Luki Arts at better artisan fairs and at the Luau Kalamaku Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday evenings. Please visit our website Lukiarts.com to see our schedule, or call us at 808-755-5269 to purchase directly.
See us at these upcoming shows!
You can see Luki ArtsLuau Kalamaku (Kilohana Plantation) every Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, evenings from 4-6PM. Please Visit our website Lukiarts.com to see our schedule or call us 808-755-5269 to purchase directly.
Zonta Holiday Craft Fair on October 21, 2012 at the Grove Farm Planation Museum. Hours are 10AM to 2PM The Grove Farm Plantation Museum is located at 4050 Nawiliwili Rd - see grovefarm.org for directions. Located between Kukui Grove Shopping Center and Nawiliwili Harbor.