LEOHONE The paintings of Hawai’i artist Leohone Magno, hang in many countries throughout the world. While painting was her first love, music became equally important. Artist and musician, Leohone holds a Master of Arts degree from Norwich University in Vermont and a Fellowship degree in Organ Performance from Trinity College of Music, London, England. From 1982 onwards, she performed organ recitals extensively across Canada and the Western U.S. until she retired from the concert scene to Hawaii in 1989. Once settled, she inevitably found her way back to her first love and has answered her call to paint. Leohone is the hanai daughter of Paulie Keakealani Jennings, Executive Producer of the World Invitational Hula Festival, E Ho’i Mai I Ka Pika Hula. She is presently the Organist/Choirmaster at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in downtown Honolulu and the Choral Director for the Prince Kuhio Hawaiian Civic Club Chorale. She paddles with Anuenue Canoe Club in Waikiki. Please call our Lahaina store for more information about LeoHone’s artwork. 1-800-354-7344 or 808-661-8171.