HulaHideawayArt

Welcome to my humble Tiki Bar and Art studio.

San Diego, California

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Announcement    Ask me about custom-made framing!
Each Aloha Frame is one of a kind design and carving.
Accepting art commissions as always.
Aloha, Harry

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Last updated on Aug 27, 2020

Ask me about custom-made framing!
Each Aloha Frame is one of a kind design and carving.
Accepting art commissions as always.
Aloha, Harry

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How the Hula Hideaway came to life

Aloha.

The Hula Hideaway is my humble little Tiki Bar I built in our backyard. Tucked away between swaying palm trees and bamboo, you can see its roofline peek out, but only if you know where to look. Sometimes, when you listen closely, the sound of a cocktail shaker in the night might reveal its secret location.

This is my creative place and art studio when I am not experimenting with rum cocktails. And it is the birth cradle for the artwork you find here. Created from the idea to have a place of inspiration, I started building the Hula Hideaway in the southwest corner of our yard right in the spot where the sun sets in the summer.

Over time I added an A-frame roof, palm thatched with carved rafters and all kinds of jetsam and flotsam lighting. A weather vane, adorned by a bottle of rum, points those in the right direction who are indecisive of their drink choices.

The Hula Hideaway tiki bar doubling as my art studio naturally led to the name for the art store here. A place where I share some of the inspiration I get from it and who knows, maybe one day you get to visit the bar and I'll make you a fancy cocktail.

Mahalo,
Harry

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  • Harry

    Owner, Creator, Designer

    Designer, Creative Director and Artist. Loves Tiki, Hawaiian shirts and Polynesian Pop. Also loves Photoshop. And experimenting with rum cocktails. Combine all that and shake it up—and you get the colorful and rum-soaked Tiki art you find here.

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