My art is my prayer for love, peace and happiness for all people.  

Dean McRaine

LightWave Pottery Studio

961 Kipuni Way
Kapaa, HI 96746

Open Mon - Fri, 11am - 5pm
Saturday, Closed
Sunday, Closed

Psychedelic Pottery

All functional ware is food-safe & microwave safe.  

Meet the Co-Creators


Renée studied art at Indiana University and Virginia Commonwealth University. She started working with clay at age 15 and has never stopped. She is a born artist. When she found ceramics she knew it was a calling that would last a lifetime. Her mission as an artist is to create beauty that makes the world a better place to be. Check out her Etsy store for colored clay jewelry at Kauai Clay, and follow her on Instagram @clay_renee.


Rondi Harringer has 20 years experience as a clay artist. Her work reflects a lifelong passion for tribal and ethnic art, drumming and dance. Mask making is a special interest. At LightWave she combines wheel throwing, hand building and roots-style ceremonial art.


Jill Hiura of J. Hiura Ceramics has been an artist her entire life. She has explored many artistic mediums including drawing, stained glass, and photography. At every opportunity, she gravitated towards working with clay. From a very early age and while still in elementary school, she took ceramic classes which continued throughout high school and college. Jill was drawn to ceramics’ multifaceted artistic possibilities, and explored this theme further as a member of the Potter’s Guild on Oahu. The grounding quality of clay is appealing to her, as well as the unlimited potential for expression. You can find Jill on Instagram at @jhiuraceramics.


Sharon supports LightWave Pottery from the mainland. She undertakes a wide variety of remote tasks to keep the online aspects of the business running smoothly. Both webmistress and science nerd, she also works as a geoscientist at a local private college and is the senior biologist for an animal advocacy nonprofit. When not in front of her computer or in her laboratory, you’ll find her barefoot in her flower gardens or making plant medicines to share with friends.

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