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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10-14-12 Kona Ironman

Aloha,

This was my 20th Ironman race. All as a spectator. So, I took only a few images before sunrise and the swim start and the first pros to exit the ocean.

There was a small south swell. Lucky for the main group of swimmers, a larger set of waves came in just before their mass start. Many could have been caught on the fringes of the outside breakers.

Anyone who did the race in 2004 or 2005, you can look for yourself in the galleries below. File numbers are the race numbers. Images are for sale as digital downloads for personal use only. Publishing requires licensing.

2004 Kona Ironman Swim Start

2004 Kona Ironman Bike

2004 Kona Ironman Run

2005 Kona Ironman

This year I wanted to get some shots with my Nikon D8oo.

A great example of what this camera can do is the image below showing the extreme crop of the middle window opening. Check out the amazing detail.

It’s a shot of the Kona Inn restaurant at morning twilight. 5:44am. Let me add that this is a great place to eat.

Nikon D800 Nikon 50mm 1.8, 5.0 sec;   f/5.0;   ISO 100 Manual; Matrix metering

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Aloha, Bryan Lowry lavapix.com

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