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We live in a very tiny condo in the area they call Lower Nuuanu and/or Liliha . And because of the lack of space most of Poakalani’s cushion quilts were framed and hung on the wall.  As you can see(sorry about the bad pic, took it at night and my cats love to play with them, hence crooked) there is no empty space on the wall  in the living room, hallway, and three bedrooms. Also my brother is a wonderful artist who also shares wall space with Poakalani.  It’s been my home for over 30 years and every time we say  it’s time to either sell or give the quilts to friends and family it’s to hard to part with it so here they stay. More so now that Poakalani is no longer with us.  Oh and the frames all made by John. Yep he designs and frames too!  Such talent… and no we don’t give tours :-).  The smaller wall hangings make amazing “Art On The Wall.”

 

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