PONO by Joan Goodman
When sisters Joan Goodman and Barbara Barnett founded PONO in 2003, they were committed to producing a collection that shines with an honest, earthy and positive spirit.
Joanie, as we call her, lived among the breathtaking exoticism of Hawaii for several years and has traveled extensively. She chose the name PONO with a purpose. PONO is the Hawaiian word for righteousness; quality; goodness; virtuousness; in perfect order, and this informs all of Joan’s creations.
Using fine Italian resins as the main medium, The PONO collection is designed by Joan in Italy and handcrafted by master artisans. PONO offers timeless pieces that remain eminently creative, colorful, conscious and collectible.
All proceeds from RE:FINE Jewelry sales will directly benefit the participating artists and the Museum’s exhibitions and educational programs.