These are images of different visits to the lave during 2016. At some point it was flowing on the surface only, then on the ocean. Always changing, fluctuating, gentle and stunning. She is my strongest source of my inspiration.
Our latest article in the Tribune Herald. Announcing the released of “Carved by Sand”, our new Collection. About 20 pieces will be on display from 9am to 5pm daily at the Volcano Art Center through Feb. 7th, 2016. After that, some of these and other pieces will be available at selected galleries in the
We are very excited to announce the latest article featuring Moe Hot Glass. It was recently published in the October issue of Hana Hou (the Hawaiian Airlines magazine). It’s a colorful and well-written 3 page spread with much insight into Daniel’s personal world and inspiration. Our heartfelt gratitude goes to Michael Saphiro (editor), Rachel Davies
It was my wife’s birthday so I organized a trip for her to see the lava from a helicopter. She went on an amazing heli ride with our dear friend and great cinematographer, Mick Kalber and talented photographer, Bruce Omori. It was a rainy morning but the pilot pushed through the cold rainy clouds. Once
To Hawaiians, the top of Mauna Kea is the pinnacle of prayer. A dormant shield volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii, Mauna Kea rises 13,796 feet above sea level, making it the highest point in the Pacific Basin. When measured from sea floor to summit, it’s the tallest mountain in the world– 4,000 feet
Most of you know that my source of inspiration for the last few years, has been what’s most alive and raw on this island: The lava and the Ocean. Although, there is so much more that excites and tingles my creative spark. Here is a peak, just peak! of what we’ve been up to. At