Mixed-Media Artists from
the Big Island
100% Estate Grown Kona Coffee
Ceramics, Pottery, Wood Working,
Glass Blowing, & Glass Art
Locally Grown Fruits & Veggies
Island Made Bread, Sweets,
Jams & Jellies, Macadamia Nuts & Local Foods
100% Big Island Grown CBD
Jewelry Designs & Creations that are Hand-made, Created, Island Sourced & Inspired
Underwater, Hawaiian Landscapes, Lava Flow & More
Decorative Functional Creations
& Clothing Designs
We love to support our local entrepreneurs and welcome pop-up vendors every week!
Big Island artist Ofa Aholelei, hand-paint modern petroglyphs using the tapa technique.
Although much of the symbolism of the Hawaiian petroglyphs are still unknown today, Ofa creates his interpretations and designs of petroglyphs and tapa making from Hawaiian and Polynesian cultures.
- Artist: Ofa Aholelei -
Artisan Zoe Blair created one-of-kind Shibori pieces on multiple mediums. Zoe sends a big Mahalo for supporting her business!
- Artist: Zoe Blair -
Originally from Columbia, Lilliana
has now settled into the Big Island. Art has always been her passion, and she is pleased to exhibit her art every Wednesday from 9 am to 2 pm.
- Artist: Lilliana Lema -
Our Finger-painted paperweights are ideal for those a one-of-a-kind gift, a little bit of "paradise" to go back to anytime.
Each piece is truly an original work of art. All finger-painted on fine k9 crystal, no two are alike!
- Artist: Mark Tomczak -
Artist Stefanie Culbertson portrays a more profound, spiritual essence through her imagery of vivid and luminous rainbow colors and reflecting light, capturing the beauty and diversity of life in Hawaii, the rainbow state.
Mahalo to all worldwide!
- Artist: Stephanie Culbertson -
Bill's Kona Coffee delivers fresh flavored Kona CMacadamiaoffee, and Macadamia nuts exclusively at The Big Island Market each Wednesday.
Tropical mac nut flavors include vanilla, ginger, lime,
chili pepper, and now chocolate-covered nuts!
We welcome you to come by and talk story & sample our products!
- Owner: Bill Walte -
Hawaiian Viking Coffee Company stands for tradition, history, and education.
Their passion has developed relationships that have been strengthened through a cup of coffee.
We hope you enjoy our coffee, born from traditions
and mentorship; and perfected through devotion.
- Owner & Head Roaster: Arthur Schumann -
Our story begins with a little bird we rescued during hurricane season. We roast clean, sweet, and balanced-tasting coffee that is grown on the Big Island. Our coffee that we source is clean and of quality. We are happy to share our brewing knowledge with our customers!
Owner & Roaster -Matthew Lu
Pumehana is a family-owned & operated farm in Captain Cook, Hawaii.
Share Aloha and visit Pumehana's exclusive display
of 100% Hawaiian grown flower, leis, fruit, and Kona coffee,
every Wednesday from 9 is to 2 pm.
- Aloha from Pumehana Plantation -
Aloha! Thanks for visiting our sustainability-inspired store. Each purchase contributes to landfill diversion in Hawaii.
Head on over to our website and subscribe to our newsletter for a 20% off discount code (www.upcyclehi.com), and don't forget to check out our new earring shapes, Dragonfly Wings!
- Artist: Mattie Mae Larson -
Up-cycled and handcrafted one-of-a-kind designs by Artist Yvonne Davidson.
Yvonne works exclusively with The Big Island Market and can be reached every Wednesday from 9 am to 2 pm!
- Artist: Yvonne Davidson -
The Big Island has inspired Kathleen & Bill Jaeger in many original designs.
The beauty of Hawaiian flowers, natural lava landscapes, ocean life, and the spirit of Hawaii provide the creative spark for many of their creations.
- Artist: Kathleen & Bill Jaeger -
My work is done with Borosilicate glass (also known as Pyrex). I use clear & colored glass WITH 99% pure silver & gold fume to produce beautiful effects and creations. The glass is THEN melted and manipulated in the flame of a specialized, high-temperature torch. Through a complex process of gravity and centrifugal, I can create the final results.
- Artist: Thomas Ramirez -
After completing a rehabilitation program for war veterans, Greg Henkel, a Vietnam vet, followed his passion and invested in sandblasting equipment.
Today the business has a wide range of products and is operated by Greg's daughter Erin.
- Artist: Erin Henkel -
Located on the Big Island of Hawaii, artist Tamisha Lee creates unique island-inspired glassworks.
- Artist: Tamisha Lee -
We create bath, body and home products that are inspired by the Big Island Hawaii.
Scent has always been important to me and I love what I do, and I'm lucky to get the opportunity to do it every day.
- Mahalo Nui, Amanda -
Amanda and Chris Freed are both
Big Island born and raised.
The strive to spend more time together, coupled with a love for all things natural, led them to pursue woodcraft as a way of life.
- Craftsmen: Amanda & Chris Freed -
Panic Of the Pacific, are experts of Wood art and designs using koa, mango & various native woods found on the Big Island of Hawaii.
- Craftsmen: Ernie & Karen -
We believe in farm-fresh foods that taste incredible.
From our Hawaiian macadamia nuts to roasted coffees, everything is handmade with Aloha on our family farm.
Aloha – Aina – Ohana
Here at Steve’s Akaka Falls Farm, we make our line of jams, jellies, butter, and honey straight from our farm.
Most of the fruits used in our preserves come from our farm next to Akaka Falls in Honomu. Only the best ingredients are used. We use organic cane sugar as our sweetener. No high fructose corn syrup, additives, or preservatives are used. Enjoy tropical jams and preserves from our kitchen. Our fruit is tree-ripened, and our jams are lovingly handmade daily with aloha.
- Aloha, Steve -
You are what you eat. At Cultivate Good Food, we believe in the power of a plant-based diet to radically impact your quality of life. We also believe in knowing where your food comes from and supporting our local farmers. Green thumbs are where it's at.
We decided to open Cultivate Good Food, a cold-pressed juice bar and vegan ‘'grab and go’' style cafe in Kealakekua, Hawaii, so that we could spread the love. We hope you enjoy it.
- The Cultivate' Ohana -
Earth Matters Hemp Hawai'i is one of the first USDA-certified Hemp farms on the Big Island. Our 3-acre farm is located in the southernmost part of the Big Island, known for its sustainable practices and abundant soil.
Our CBD products made from our 100% Hawai'i grown hemp have many health benefits for both people and pets. Our organic & natural farming methods deliver additive-free hemp plants, which we manage from seeds to the finished product. We produce our hemp products in small batches & with a hands-on process, guarantee purity, potency & quality.
Visit us every Wednesday at
The Big Island Market.
- Aloha, Gail & Greg Smith -
Gauranga Live is the place to come and get your fresh coconut.
All ingredients for our tonics and probiotic beverages are locally grown—fresh ingredients, such as fresh kale, turmeric, and coconut milk.
It's worth mentioning again - we have fresh coconuts!
- Aloha, Jai -
Organic Jun•Kombucha made with Organic Hawaiian Honey & Loose leaf Green Tea.
Come by and visit us every Wednesday for a refreshing, Kombucha float!
- Aloha, the Meli Brew & Hawaii Bee Co.-
Home-based bakery business located in Captain Cook, Hawaii. Baking magic into every bite!
Visit Us every Wednesday at The Big Island market, from 9 am to 2 pm.
- Aloha, Oven Alchemy, Hi. -
Hawaiian Wellness, founded and developed by Dr. Randyl Rupar, provides natural products and services from the heart of Hawaii.
Our products are organically-grown and hand crafted. Our services promote optimum health, well being, and vitality. Our philosophy is to nourish the mind, body, and spirit with the greatest respect for ourselves, our community, and our ‘Aina (land).
- Aloha, Dr. Randyl Rupar -
Kevin Begemann bought Tai Shan Farms at a farmer's market. He was visiting the Big Island and was looking for a new adventure. He didn't know he wanted to be a farmer until he did. He knew it when he was captivated by the magical Tai Shan Kevin sold everything he had on the mainland and crossed the ocean with a few possessions and his dogs, Max and Sooki.
Tai Shan Farms continues to expand its reach.
- Aloha, Kevin -
Rourk specializes in making homemade james and other tasty goods with the wide variety of tropical fruits that grow here on the Big Island.
"I have a small farm in Wai'ohinu that is blessed with a wonderful climate, rich soil and gentle rains. I also use fruit from farmers around the island and specialize in jam that is flavorful and taste like the fruit
Owner & Cook,
Each of my artworks is inspired by Mother Nature and Spirit. I pour my heart into them to make every piece unique and meaningful. Growing up on the Big Island, I've spent my life witnessing its magical energy, and it's my mission to share it with you and the world.
5% of your sale will be donated to a local organization with every purchase.
Keep up-to-date by visiting www.wildhawaii.org to see how they're actively helping our ocean and its animals in the Hawaiian Islands.
- Jeweler: Nai'a Elle -
Carving is a spiritual experience for me, as I know it is my calling in life to share the stories and heritage of my ancestry.
My humble contribution is to preserve and teach our ways as an Indigenous People of Polynesia. I continue sharing these traditions through my artwork and teaching my children to be the next generation of carvers.
Thank you for sharing this art, history, and cultural traditions with me.
- Jeweler: Benjamin Muti -
Aloha from Mea Kala!
Silversmith Jewelers and designers
Carol & Terry can be found
every Wednesday from 9 am to 2 pm.
- Jewelers: Carol & Terry Murphy -
As a seasoned recording engineer, sound man, and CD producer, Chet has been through it all.
Thanks to the magic of the loop pedal, Chet’s duo act alongside musician Solomon Choo, he combines his vocal skills with stellar guitar and bass playing.
- Musician: Chet Gardiner -
Versital life-long musician Solomon Choo performs every other week at the Big Island Market alongside fellow musician Chet Gardiner from 9 am to 2 pm.
- Musician: Solomon Choo -
Don Slocum is a professional photographer living in Hawaii for nearly thirty years. "It's been great living in a supportive photographic community like the one on Hawaii Island," Don explains.
Don uses traditional photography skills greatly influence his work with digital cameras. While many artists today will layer or composite several images in the editing room, Don prefers the single-shot approach. His pictures reflect reality and are actual events he was present for.
- Photographer: Don Slocum -
Years ago, I decided to resign from my career and focus on my passion for underwater photography.
I love living in Hawaii, and with thousands of dives, I'm still discovering new life. Find me and my art every Wednesday from 9 am to 2 pm at the Big Island Market and throughout the Island.
- Photographer: Cynthia Hankins -
Hand-drawn and printed original designs
inspired by nature from local
Artist Jerimiah Akua from Hilo, Hawaii.
- Artist: Jeremiah Akua -
Tie-Dye created textiles and crafts made with Aloha from the Big Island.
Grateful Deb can be found every
Wednesday from 9 am to 2 pm
at The Big Island Market.
- Artist & Designer: Deb Neva -
Cheri Kull of Cheri's Island Designs creates fabric art, chalkboard placemats, baby quilts, wine lampshades & all kinds of clever and practical designs for your home & baby.
Visit Cheri's Island Designs every Wednesday at
The Big Island Market from 9 am to 2 pm.
- Artist & Designer: Cheri Kull -
In 2012 Ruth moved to her Farm in Hawaii.
As a retired school principal who enjoyed sewing when her children were small, Ruth started looking at the bags people were carrying and listened to their suggestions.
Now, Ruth makes the best bags she can
for herself—and you.
- Designer: Honu Bags by Ruth -
Handcrafted woodcraft, baby bibs & fabric art, all made in Hawaii.
- Craftsman: Joni & Edwin -
Handcrafted designs and fabric creations made in Hawaii with Aloha.
- Designer: Danielle Gardling -
Handcrafted hair art and children's clothes made in Hawaii with Aloha.
- Designer: Marge -
At Punakai, Graphic Design Artist Sascha designs high-quality textiles.
~ We are the Creators
~ Everything is in Motion
~ As One with the Elements
~ Breathing Aloha
- Designer: Sascha -
Biggah Mo Bettah is now in its 11th year of business. Still in demand by a small but HUGE market of BIG HAWAIIAN HELLCATS!
With a comfortable attitude-wear that serves the needs of those who are BIGGER THAN LIFE because like our shirts, our customers are, BUILT FOR COMFORT, NOT FOR SPEED.
- Designer: Ed Nava -
We are sold out for the rest of the season and will be at the market next harvest! Please feel free to reach out to us directly.
Kona Sugarcane Company is a small family-owned farm on Hawaii’s Big Island. Every process is performed by us, from planting to bottling. We're dedicated to providing the finest quality sugarcane products with no preservatives. Hawaii's
- Aloha, Kona Sugarcne Co. -
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