From June 1 to 21, 2018, Mānoa Gallery will showcase new works by artists of Hawaii. For the first time at Mānoa Gallery, Babs Young Miyano presents her evocative ocean inspired jewelry alongside the work of fellow jewelers, Cora Yee and Daniel Murta. While the glass vessels of Hugh Jenkins and Stephanie Ross reveal impressionistic views of Hawaii Island’s dramatic landscapes, Dana Brewer’s glass art evokes botanical forms.
Paintings by Fabienne Blanc, Dennis Morton, Gregory Pai, Russell Lowrey, Snowden Hodges, and James Goodman capture the serenity of Hawaii’s island settings while abstract compositions by Debbie Young and Lauren Okano conjure up the meditational allure of Hawaii’s color and textures. Two ceramic figures by Johannette Rowley reawaken childhood curiosity and playfulness while
Barbara Thompson’s new ceramic vessel from the Pupukea Blues Series captures the essence of North Shore swells. National Geographic photographer, Richard A Cooke III, presents new
prints featuring spectacular views of Molokai. To celebrate the beginning of the summer season, Mānoa Gallery is offering a number of inventoried works by its gallery artists at discounted rates ranging from 15-50%.
Open since 2015, Mānoa Gallery specializes in contemporary fine arts by Hawaiʻi artists, with paintings, photography, jewelry, ceramics and glassworks that focus on the unique setting and surroundings of the island state. Mānoa Gallery is located at 2964 E. Mānoa Road, Honolulu, HI 96822 and is open to the public Tuesdays-Fridays from 3-8 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
For more information about this exhibit displaying the works of artists of Hawaii, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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