KAK Gallery Closing

Aloha,

KAK is short for Krazy About Kona. It’s where I’ve been retailing my work for 9 years.

My largest display of work anywhere. Over 50 metal prints covered the walls.

My time there was a great success.

The owners are retiring but, of course, I’m not.

This post is to let everyone know that all displayed metals are being liquidated at 50% off.

You won’t see prices like this again for my work on metal.

If you know any realtors or decorators, send them down there fast.

The closing sale started a few days ago and prints are moving fast. Everything is cash & carry so if it needs to be shipped, it’s your responsibility. You can easily carry 12 x 18’s and 12 x 24’s on a plane. The UPS Store for larger ones.

Sizes available are, 12 x 18, 12 x 24, 15 x 30, 16 x 24, 18 x 36, 20 x 30, 24 x 36, 24 x 48, 30 x 45 and 40 x 60. I have a crate available for the 40 x 60.

They could close sooner if everything sells quickly. KAK also has jewelry and glass work. All by local artists. All that work is 25% off.

You can take a virtual tour and get directions here on google maps.

I haven’t made any plans yet as to where I’ll show/retail next on the Kona side of the island. I’m weighing my options and for now concentrating on the closing. If you know of any place that is interested in carrying my work to any degree, have them contact me at BryanLowry@lavapix.com.

When the time comes I’ll post about my new location(s).

I’ve included a few images of my display at KAK and what’s there. Some of the metal prints shown have been sold. All taken with my phone.

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7-04-13 Kailua Kona Fireworks

Aloha,

Even though our local fireworks display isn’t anything like a major cities, they were nice none the less.

Here’s one sample shot below.

Several others can be seen on my website here.

All were shot from my lanai with my Nikon D800 and Sigma 120-300 mm 2.8 lens.

Fireworks shot from my lanai.

Fireworks shot from my lanai

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4th of July 2012 Fire and Fireworks

Aloha,

This a short post with a few images from the 4th of July here on the Kona side of the Big Island.

We had a decent sized brush fire along Hina Lani St. (Costco Rd). Shot the image from Holualoa from the same location I shot the fireworks.

Took only a few photos of the fireworks as the smoke was lingering quite a bit so, I shot mostly video. All with the Nikon D800. The video looks great. It could be better if I could remember not to touch the camera while its recording 🙂 Used my Sigma 120-300mm 2.8 lens. Could have used my Nikon 180mm 2.8 since I shot at nearly that focal range.

For those of you not familiar with the Kona area, your seeing the town lights along Ali’i Dr and the fireworks are being launched from a small floating platform out in the bay/ocean. Images shot from the 1700′ elevation.

I will try and post highlights from the video someday……

Click on any of the 3 images to view on my website. They aren’t so compressed.

Be sure and visit my Volcano Fine Art Gallery. Free shipping on all website orders.

Hawaii Brush Fire

Brush Fire Near Costco, Kailua Kona, Hawaii

Kona Hawaii Fireworks

4th of July, Kailua Kona, The Big Island of Hawaii

Kona Hawaii Fireworks

4th of July, Kailua Kona, The Big Island of Hawaii

Aloha,

Bryan Lowry
lavapix.com

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