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Unloading of artwork a tall job

March 10, 2011
The Maui News

FIRST PHOTO: Maui artist Steve Turnbull (far right) enlists the help of tourists and passers-by Wednesday afternoon while removing a 13-foot-9-inch wooden giraffe sculpture from his truck and installing it outside his gallery at the Shops At Paia Bay. Turnbull said the ohai (Hawaiian monkeypod) wood was harvested five years ago when the Kahului tree was cut down to make way for a University of Hawaii Maui College residential complex.

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Maui artist Steve Turnbull (far right) enlists the help of tourists and passers-by Wednesday afternoon while removing a 13-foot-9-inch wooden giraffe sculpture from his truck and installing it outside his gallery at the Shops At Paia Bay.
The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photo

 
 

 

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