À propos de ce logement
Margaret has been hosting for year. Paradise Raku Art Studio vacation rental located In Hawaiian Paradise Park. On the East side of the Big Island. Convenient location at the top of sub division on paved roads.
A creative place to stay on a lush tropical setting.
Aloha Nui Loa!
Enjoy your stay on the Big Island in the Tiki Hut studio A very comfortable chill lax place. I would like to make sure that you know this is a jungle location. there is no running water in the unit it is outside in the jungle shower. If you can't handle rustic this might not be the right fit for you. When it rains in the jungle and it does rain a lot here, in the rain forest the air gets a little musty, inside and outside. I also got a review that said there is mold the sheets are clean and freshly washed not wet and moldy. I added a product called all dry which has taken the musty smell out of room.
I also have gotten a small heater for the room during the wet season.
If you want to experience a little jungle this could be for you.
A studio apartment with private entrance on the ground floor of the house which is separate residence. It has a half kitchen with small fridge, toaster oven, and coffee maker This unit has a double bed, table with chairs. Complimentary coffee & tea and local made hand soap. With shampoo conditioner & lotion.
The bathroom is private located outside in a tropical setting with a hot shower. Which I have recently put some TLC into. I got a very bad review about the shower on which was said to hot or to cold all you have to do is tell me how you like the water tempiture and I will happily ajust it for you.
There is a barbecue and a outside seating area.
Take a tour of Margaret' ceramic art studio. For a small donation Play in some clay if you desire make your own plaque to remember your trip .
Or for free I would like to ask my guest to make a tile for my wall, so I can remember you.
Ask me about a lava adventure. Or any other adventure you might be interested in.
Accès des voyageurs
Shampoo & conditioner
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Margaret has lived on the Big Island for eighteen years I will be available to my guest when needed and give info on places to experience.from a local perspective.
She also will be happy to give you a tour of her ceramic studio over coffee or tea.
Yes there are coqui frogs which will serenade you at night.
I do have one pet My dog Hurley who is very friendly and hardly barks.
I am a ceramic artist specializing in the raku firing process.
My art work is in gallery's across the Big Island. I have worked in clay for seventeen years.
Quiet time between 10 pm to 8 am till 11pm weekends
Obey pool rules
clean barbecue after use
Let me know if there is any kind issue I will happily solve it for you.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant votre voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
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Margaret Lynch is a award winning artist residing on the Big Island of Hawaii. 0riganaly from Seattle, Washington. She journeyed to Alaska in 1973 to become a fisherman. On the off seasons she would vacation on the Islands. She would reside on Maui for several months, then would fish the rest of the year in Alaska. The Island living captured her heart. 1989 she made the decision to make the Islands her home. She lived on Oahu for several years. In 1997 She started visiting the Big Island regularly. Her goal was to move there.
She wanted to do clay since in High School when she took pottery class. So when a friend offered her a chance to visit Fort Shafter Craft Center she jumped on the opportunity. They were doing a Raku workshop out back. The clay studio made her feel like she belonged. They invited her to come back next month to attend the workshop. She bought a bag of clay and the new journey began. Margaret worked out of the Craft center for four years. Started as a volunteer, she was teaching the raku workshop less then a year. Became group leader for The Raku Hoolaulea for two consecutive years. She taught a hand building class on Saturdays. Her last year at the center she was asked to head up the ceramic studio being in charge of the the clay studio volunteers at the craft center.
Margaret joined Hawaii Craftsmen volunteered at many of there different functions.
In 2000 Margaret accomplished her goal and moved to the Big Island
Her work is derived from the many years of being on and near the ocean. Since settling on the Big Island her work has expanded to sculpting endangered species, and capturing Hawaiian culture. She is working on her hand built forms, her latest projects is her horse hair, naked raku pieces.
Her work has been exhibited here on the Big Island at many of the juried shows.
Margaret was in the Hawaii Craftsmen Statewide Exhibition juried Event on Oahu 2001, thru 2007. In 2003, Margaret presented her work in the" Spirit of Clay" exhibit appeared at the Volcano Art Center. Also in the same year Margaret opened her own Gallery in Hilo The Kilauea Art Gallery She featured some of the top artist on the Big Island . Margaret headed up running the Gallery for a year. She felt something was missing. She made the decision to go back to being a full time ceramic Artist. She was juried into The Pacific Hand Crafters guild in 2005. The summer of 2006 and 2007 Margaret was juried into Choochomam Festival of The Arts, Coupeville Arts & Crafts Festival and the Anacortes Art festival in Washington state. She entered The Coupville Art Gallery show and won third place. In 2007 she formed a group called the Lava Luster's and took them to the Raku Hoolaulea. She was honorable mention for her horsehair piece.
Margaret's way of traveling are working vacations In 2012 Margaret was juried into the Bellevue Art Festival. In 2013 she retunred to Coupevile Art Festival and took second place for her naked raku piece.
Currently Margaret is a founding board member for the Paradise Studio Tour. She is also looking into starting a pottery guild in her community.