Holiday Feature Prints 2014

December 10th, 2014

Hi Again Folks!

To go with our previous Hana Hou! Magazine post, we are offering the “Tiger” and “Kahi Gallery” matted art prints for sale.  11×14 ($25) and 16×20 ($50) sizes available, email order inquiries to

Feature Article in Hana Hou! Magazine 2014/15 Winter Edition

December 10th, 2014

Kahi is featured in this December 2014/January 2015 Hana Hou! magazine.  Check it out if you can.  Great story by Lee Cataluna, and awesome photos by Olivier Koning!  Mahalo to editor Michael Shapiro and the gang at Hana Hou! Magazine.  And, Mahalo to all of you for your continued support!  Happy Holidays!

MAMo 2014

April 14th, 2014

Maoli Arts Month is right around the corner.  Visit for a full listing of events.

Kahi Ching and Lufi Luteru, 2014 MAMo Poster Artists. Design by Shane Pale.


April 13th, 2014

We are very excited to share this new juried exhibition with you. Contact reveals perspectives by island artists on pre- and post-contact Hawai’i.  Kahi is glad to be back in the gallery scene, find three works of his in the exhibit.


Mokupapapa Discovery Center

March 15th, 2014

Kahi’s latest mural installed at the Mokupapapa Discovery Center in Hilo depicts his interpretation of the first eight Wa in the Kumulipo, the Hawaiian Creation Chant.  Filled with marine life, it pays homage to the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, or as we know it, Papahanaumokuakea, a marine national monument dedicated to resource protection, science, education, and cultural preservation.  While Papahanaumokuakea has restricted access, the Mokupapapa Discovery Center acts as its gateway.  Free and open to the public, when you’re in Hilo, please visit, 76 Kamehameha Ave.

View the coverage here, courtesy of Big Island Video News:

Mokupapapa Discovery Center Grand Re-Opening

Courtesy of Kahi Fujii




Aulani Resort & Spa

November 8th, 2011

Ahh, the (occasional) benefits that come with these artsy jobs… Kahi was invited along with other maoli painters to do some painting in their cast member cafeteria…in exchange for Room & Board for the Family!!!  How cool is that!  We totally enjoyed the stay which was for 3days and 2nights.  This place totally deserving to be the next best place for a Staycation!  Aulani, see you in 2012!


Masterpieces of Landscape Painting from the Forbidden City

November 3rd, 2011

A special exhibit (thru Jan. 8, 2012) of paintings from the Forbidden City, China, a few not normally accessible to the Chinese public, this is your chance to view this amazing show!  A lot of hard work went into this show of only two months.  Check it out!  Congrats especially to HAA curator Shawn Eichman, Larry Maruya and the gang at the Installations Department, and graphic designer Jared Stone.  Visit for more info, and for everything else in between!

K&D on the Job:
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October 23rd, 2011

Proud of my recent Sponge Bob cake for my nephew Dayton.  If you need a cake or something from the oven for an event, and don’t mind it coming from a beginner let me know (half price)! -Diana

Hawai’i Kakou Mural

October 17th, 2011

Come see the “A Team”s recent creation installed at the ground floor of the Hawai’i Convention Center.  Kumu, including Meleanna Meyer, Al Lagunero, Harinani Orme, Solomon Enos, and Kahi, along with Alaka’i and Haumana, created this 64 foot mural representing Indigenous economies.  A lot of press and videos!  Check them out!, Google Hawai’i Kakou, YouTube Videos.


Contemporary Bonsai Studies – Fall 2011 Course

September 1st, 2011


It’s that time again!  Kahi will be offering bonsai classes this fall at the Academy Art Center.  Please see the following link, to register.  Classes start September 8th.  Shown below is Richelle working on sumi painting techniques.  Drawing and painting aids students in designing bonsai trees.