Kimo’s Hawaiian Grill
125 Franklin Street – – email@example.com – – Kimoshawaiian.com
Aloha! Experience made-from-scratch authentic Hawaiian Dishes. Let us take you on a trip to the Islands on the waves of delicious authentic flavors. We will create the combos of flavor that will have you coming back for more.
Kimo’s Hawaiian Grill is thrilled to support the First Thursday Art Walk in November, but will feature resident mural artist, Maria Charms Haycraft this month.
Hi, I’m Maria Haycraft. I’m a stencil artist and founder of ArtLink a creative arts studio/space non profit in Historic Downtown Clarksville. I’m passionate about offering our community a creative outlet. I began my art journey in Florida when I discovered stenciling. It grew from there I stenciled everything and eventually created a clothing line based around it called Sacer and Savive. Www.sacerandsavive.com
You can check the site or find me on social media. From there I developed more of a passion about giving art back to our community versus just doing art for myself. So through ArtLink I have began networking with other artists and the community to create even more in the community. I love to collaborate with other artists to create a better community creatively. The mural at Kimo’s was my first large scale piece that I couldn’t have done with Mattie Lewellen whom I brought on at ArtLink as our main intern and studio manager. She is an art student at APSU. She’s super talented and has a passion for all things creative.
Hi! I’m Mattie Lewellen I’m an artist born and raised here in Clarksville TN. My first experience with art was with my mother, who is an amazing artist, and it grew from there. I have been doing art in all mediums: acrylic, water color, gauche, etc. for as long as I can remember. When I was a senior in high school I came across ArtLink and have been with them ever since.