logo
 
 

AAW Chapter Collaboration

4ptgreen

First Place in the Artistic Category
at the 2007 AAW Symposium
Chapter Collaborative Challenge
Portland, Oregon

2ptgold

Flower lei made from Hawaiian woods. Flowers turned by Roy Masaki, Dan Nakanishi, Doug Nakata, Craig Mason, Ed Potter, Larry Rodrigues, Gordon Tang, and Tom Young.

Woods used: Autograph, Banksia, Kamani, Keawe, Koa, Macadamia Nut, Mahogany,Milo and Shower tree

2ptgold

award1

award2

award3

award4

David and Ruth Waterbury of Minneapolis, Minnesota, knew they wanted to buy the lei for their collection when they saw it on the opening day. They are familiar with Hawaii and are friends of Ron Kent, Sharon Doughtie, and Pat Kramer. 

award5

That lei was purchase by the Waterburys at the AAW symposium in Portland in 2007, and has since been donated to the Honolulu Museum of Art, 900 S. Beretania St.  

2ptgold

Updated January 15, 2015

2ptgold

home
about
contact
events
newsletter
gallery1
gallery2
gallery3
officers
members
mentors
bylaws
safety
awards
apparel
tips