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New Website Launched for Hashi's Fine Art Gallery!

We are proud to unveil the new website for Hashi's Fine Art Gallery.

Jan and I had a dream. To capture the spirit of Kauai, our beloved Garden Island. The unique version of the aloha energy that permeates our beautiful island. Using vibrant colors, gentle lines, and deep energies, we try to channel the beauty of Hawaii and all of its natural wonders, translating them into beautiful works of art. Kauai's breathtaking imagery, magnificent flora, and splendid fauna come forth in light and color, bringing the viewer up close and personal with one of the Earth's most rare and unique natural wonders.

This summer we were fortunate enough to find the perfect location for our new gallery. Today, we are proud to announce the unveiling of our new website for Hashi's Fine Art Gallery. Our goal is to maintain a multi-faceted repository for the art of Jan and Steve Hashi, and a focal point that encapsulates the enchanting beauty of Kauai, and the art through which these delightful energies flow. Also featured here are the portfolios of fellow Hawaiian artists, Liedeke Bulder, Patrick Ching, Julie Berg and Tamra Corwin. We hope you'll navigate there soon and experience these wonders for yourself.

Hawaii has long been noted for its visual magnificence, quite unlike any other in the world. Through the Hashi's Fine Art Gallery website, anyone in the world may now see and experience a part of Hawaii's soul, her rich heritage, and vibrant beauty. Please feel free to subscribe and return often to view our latest works, featured artists, and view a calendar of the very latest in upcoming events. All portfolios, projects, and events will be updated the moment they are available.

We welcome you to Hashi's Fine Art Gallery, Online at and we hope you'll enjoy this tour de force for the senses, today!


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Hello Jan, I am happy for you and Steve to opening up a dream to and in Kauai. I will definitely come by next time I am in Kauai. Best, Wilma McLean

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