LOCAL ARTISTS & BUSINESSES SHOW #OHIALOVE
We are grateful for the Artists and Local Businesses that contacted us, requesting to get involved. Offering to donate a portion of their proceeds throughout the month of April will go towards our Ohia Lehua Project forest preservation and seed bank.
Samudra is inspired by Hawaii’s tropical, color-driven accents displayed from the sandy shore to city streets. Jennifer Binney, designer, has designed a unique liko and ʻōhiʻa lehua pouch for Lyons Estate. 100% of the proceeds raised from the pouch will go Lyons Estate.
MAGDAKINEDESIGNS is a collection of sustainable swimwear designed by Magdalena Berger. Berger’s unique designs are inspired by island life and our planet’s ecosystems. The company aims to create luxury products with environmental awareness and activism in each of their pieces. MAGDAKINEDESIGNS has released an assortment of ʻōhiʻa lehua prints their swimsuit designs. Portion of the sales made from the ʻōhiʻa designs will be donated towards Rapid ‘Ōhi‘a Death Foundation, #OhiaLove project and Lyons Estate.
Avanti Shirts is a local fashion company that specializes in inspired original classics from the 1930’s-1950’s. Their retro shirts are aimed towards unique fashion with a Hawaiian twist. Avanti Shirts displays imagery of vintage Hawai’i scenes, floral prints and bright tropical colors and styles. They have released three ʻōhiʻa lehua prints that will be available for purchase during their dedicated week in April.
Jamie Allen, a graduate from the Rhode Island School of Design, lives on O'ahu supporting herself as a fine artist. She has a strong relationship to the environment and the inspiration from the land translates into the environments she creates on paper. The diarist approach to her work combine abstraction and representational elements. Her mixed media original works on paper are sold exclusively through the Halele'a Gallery on Kaua'i. Allen is donating 20% from her two dedicated paintings sales to the Lyons Estate.
Trudi Galera was born and raised in East O’ahu. As the daughter of a graphic designer, she enjoyed many hours in her father’s design studio where she had access to all his tools and supplies. Art became her lifelong passion. Another passion developed when her mother encouraged her to dance hula. In high school, she competed in the Merrie Monarch Festival in Hilo, where she fell in love with the rainforests and the natural beauty of native plants. From this passion, she turned to art, where she created three original, watercolor pieces and a vinyl, water-resistant sticker to help raise awareness about Rapid ‘Ōhi‘a Death for Lyons Estate ‘Ōhi‘a Project. Galera has generously donated 100% of her original art pieces, cards and stickers to Lyons Estate.