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Lavender Moon Gallery

Lavender Moon Gallery

Lavender Moon Gallery

The Lavender Moon Gallery is located in the small village of Kainaliu, just 7 miles south of Kailua-Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. The gallery offers a unique collection of local artists that span the spectrum of landscape fine art to a ex sign painter who paints amazing old signage on surfboards. You will also find dazzling one of a kind local jewelry that won’t be duplicated. The Gallery’s beautiful pottery can be safely shipped to your home and will be waiting for you when you return.

Dux and Patricia Missler came to the Big Island in 1983 and opened the Lavender Moon Gallery in December of 1999. Dux’s father had a big influence on his desire to go to college and be an artist.  Another great influence on Dux’s expression of his art work came during his time spent living in Hana on the island of Maui.

Patricia also takes a page from her parent’s talents. Her mother was an accomplished seamstress while her father’s hobbies were painting and photography. Growing up in Texas she loved the influence of the Spanish design and architecture now displayed in her paintings and recent home design in the couple’s new home. Their home is located on 5 acres in South Kona high above the ocean at the cooler elevation of nearly 1,600 feet above sea level. There is a beautiful rain forest on their property which they hope to someday share with the many friends that they will welcome to their new home studio and peaceful gardens. These gardens are planted with orchids, gingers, fruit trees, taro and many other exotic plants.

Stop by this unique fine art, jewelry and pottery gallery just minutes south of downtown Kona. Hundreds of devoted followers each week make Lavender Moon Gallery an art shopper’s paradise.


Lavendar Moon Gallery surf board sign

Surf Board Sign

Lavender Moon Gallery - Missler Painting

Missler Painting

Lavender Moon Gallery - Wood Sculpture

Wood Sculpture

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  1. 1 Jun 2014
    Hi, Patricia. I was there at your Gallery about 2 weeks ago and saw some Rainbow Calsilica earrings. The artist had called the stone something a little different. They were rainbow colored and on the right hand side of the case directly in front of you as you walk in the door. Do you still have them and would you mind sending me a picture of them and the necklace that was with them? Also, how much were they? You may remember me. I'm the one who bought the vintage type necklace with the orange beads and black chain, and with the long dangling piece of coral at the end. Last year I bought the puka shell necklace with the sunrise shell and earrings to match. I hope you book is doing well and you are enjoying yourself. I'll see you in Nov. when we come back to visit. Thank you, Judy Dennis Reply

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