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Twins Fine Art
What happens when a classical Italian sensibility – embracing the Old World traditions of Michelangelo and the Renaissance – meets Hawai’I’s island culture. In the breathtaking collaborative art of twin brothers Marcello and Alessio Bugagiar, the result is not culture-clash, but glorious synthesis.


David Welty Designs
Maui goldsmith and master jewelry designer, David L. Welty, is an international award-winning artist in precious metals. After receiving his Master's Degree in Design from the University of Minnesota, David taught jewelry design and has been a practicing goldsmith since 1976. His made-on-Maui creations have a distinctive style and a classic look and are enjoyed by jewelry patrons around the world. David's commitment to quality and enduring designs makes his timeless creations a pleasure to wear.


Cynthia Conrad Artist

Cynthia Conrad is a painter of vintage Hawaiiana in the realistic tradition. Her preferred mediums are watercolor, acrylics and oil paints. Still life paintings of Hawaiian lamps, statues, aloha shirts and kitsch are her favorites, but the exotic fruits, flowers and foliage of Hawaii also interest her as subject matter.






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June 2016

A SHORT ANSWERS TO HARD CLIMATE CHANGE QUESTIONS

One of the casualties of the decision by Americans to short-change our children's education is an understanding and appreciation of science. As a society we have gone from support and veneration of of this important discipline to a wide-spread rejection of science itself and of the knowledge it generates. One of the most compelling proofs of this phenomenon is the reduction in the percentage of college degrees in the "STEM" (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) disciplines over the past few decades. The sad fact is that the US can, most likely, no longer claim leadership in these important fields. We are, as a nation, scientifically illiterate.

As a result we are now institutionally unable to understand, appreciate and support science education and practice. Our media do a generally miserable job in MORE
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