Hawaii Arts Seen

From an Island artist’s point of view

Posted on November 22nd, 2016 by paularath

When Jerry is asked to create a project, he goes all-out. It must be the surgeon in him – to always strive to go above and beyond what’s expected. So when I asked him to create a cornucopia for the Palama Settlement Thanksgiving party for the keiki, he created a cornucopia to end all cornucopias.
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Posted on November 12th, 2016 by paularath

For about five years or so, the Hawaii Potters Guild has been teaching classes to the elementary school students at Palama Settlement. The classes are held on Wednesdays, in five-week sessions, because the keiki get out of school early on Wednesdays and it gives them a productive way to spend the afternoon – and keeps
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Posted on October 25th, 2016 by paularath

  When the Gallery at Ward Centre closed, there were 18 artists without a place to show their work.  Each of them is finding a new pathway to creativity, as well as new places to show their art.  In some cases, they are even finding new places to live. I was sad to say aloha
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Posted on October 21st, 2016 by paularath

So what have I been doing lately, besides traveling? Well….I am about to introduce my brand new line of ART CARDS. These cards are especially fun because I can work with the wide range of raw materials available to me, which are varied and profuse. After all, I have been learning new techniques with various
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Posted on October 13th, 2016 by paularath

As I mentioned, Jerry loves plein air painting and he’s exceptionally good at it. His work needs to be included in the next “Sketchbook Show” at the Koa Gallery at KCC. Helen Golding loved everything Jerry painted and wanted to buy most of his work. He wouldn’t sell it to her, but he gave her
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