The Crackled Kilauea Bowl


The Crackled Kilauea Bowl. The Crackled Kilauea Bowl renders Pele’s fluidity with its undulating rim.  The outer crackle surface is the expansion and growth, the birthing motion of the earth.   The Volcanic flow from Kilauea has been the source of inspiration for Daniel for many years. Witnessing the lava pouring and bursting through the

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The Classic Kilauea vase


The Classic Kilauea vase. The Classic Kilauea vase portrays the “glow” or lava flowing down the Pu’u O’o cone . It expresses how the glowing lava looks from a distance up the mountain on a dark starry night. This is one of Daniel’s signature designs and one of his most acclaimed and collected pieces. The

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The Halema’u ma’u Crater vase


The Halema’u ma’u Crater vase. The Halama’u ma’u Crater vase interprets the lava’s glow contained and bubbling inside the Halema’umau’u crater. The Volcanic flow from Kilauea has been the source of inspiration for Daniel for many years. Witnessing the lava pouring and bursting through the cracks of the dry black lava rocks and into the

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The Kilauea Pahoehoe vase


The Kilauea Pahoehoe vase. The Kilauea Pahoehoe vase renders a kind of lava called “Pahoehoe”. Pahoehoe has a smooth, billowy, shimmery and/or ropey surface. Pahoehoe flow fields are often fed by a well-insulated underground tube system that carries the lava long distances and prevents it from cooling appreciably. This quality makes it have an infinite

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The Kilauea Pu’u Loa vase


The Kilauea Pu’u Loa vase . The Kilauea Pu’u Loa vase was inspired by the sacred Hawaiian site: P’u’u Loa. Pu’u Loa means “hill of long life”. Families with genealogical ties to these land come here to place the piko (umbilical cord) of their child. Their hope is that the mana (spiritual guiding energy) of

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PELE


The Pele sculpture. Inspired by Madame Pele herself, the Hawaiian volcano goddess. KA WAHINE `AI HONUA is the poetic name for Pele, meaning “She-Who-Shapes-The-Sacred-Land“. She is the expression and embodiment of Divine Creative Power. In the Hawaiian mythology, Pele is the goddess of fire, lighting, wind and volcanoes. Pele is sometimes associated with destruction and

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