Since its inception in 1990 Nohea Gallery has carried the work of more than 2,100 artists, almost all local. Here you’ll find original gyotaku, or prints using real fish such as ono and opelu by Naoki Hayashi, and woodwork, including beautiful bowls made of mango wood and koa. I love that you can buy everything from trinkets such as koa wood magnets to ki'ele’s beachy, delicate jewelry using sea glass and shells to a Russell Lowrey original (painting) of Pounder’s Beach for $7,500.