The Kohola Realm vessel Blown – Carved – Glass / 11.5”h x 9.5” w approx. When creating this piece, Daniel used patterns that represent the layers of the natural environment. The layers represented are the sky, the mountains/land, the ocean surface and then the deepest realm where the whale resides.
The Kohola Moe (dream) Blown – Carved – Glass / 12 ”h x 9.5” w approx. While diving with the Humpback Whale, Daniel’s experience is reminiscent of entering into the realm of the formless fluid world of dreams, where the connection to the spirit world is tangible. It is in this realm that trust and
Kohola (Humpback Whale) vessel Blown – Carved – Glass / 9”h x 7” w approx. To read more about what inspired the design of these vessels click here!
The Ulu Vessel Blown – Carved – Glass / 11.5 ”h x 12” w approx. The Ulu, or breadfruit, is yet another canoe plant of ancient Hawaii. This tree, it’s leaves and fruits, are a so beautiful and abundant when in it’s full fruiting bloom. Its beauty stands out in any garden, grove, or yard.
The Ohia Leaf sculpture Blown – Carved – Glass / 16″ x 11″ The Ohia Leaf Sculpture is inspired by the microscopic structure of this leaf. One side is designed as the cuticle surface = it absorbs sunlight and moisture. The other side refers to the stomata = part of the leaf that breathes. The
The Monstera Leaf Sculpture Blown – Carved – Glass / 21”h x 10” w approx. In the greenery of Hawaii, there is an infinite spectrum of green. The form of the Monstera leaf has a fascinating expression, and each individual leaf is absolutely unique onto itself. By wrapping an actual leaf around this vessel, he