Gary Eoff is an artist heavily influenced by traditional Hawaiian methods, designs and processes. His reproductions of cultural artifacts and decorative ipu (gourds) have a contemporary aesthetic while being solidly grounded in the past. His work is noted for its expert craftsmanship and sustainable gathering practices. The materials he uses in his creations have been sourced locally in the traditional old Hawaiian manner, showing respect for the forest – asking first and taking only what is necessary.
Eoff is a resident of Hawi, Hawaii. Place is delighted to represent his work in Honolulu.