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Posted on: Sunday, January 21, 2001

Art Calendar


Art Demonstration and signing by local artists Bill Braden and Lynn Boyer, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Ocean Art Gallery, Kailua; free. 263-6438.


"Drawing in Italy: 2001," an art study tour of Italian Renaissance painting and sculpture, May 13-June 11, sponsored by Kapiolani Community College; base price: $3,350 (airfare and some meals additional). Deadline to register: Friday. 734-9255.

Family Sculpture Workshop, sculpt self-portraits in clay with artist Fred Roster, 10:30 a.m.-noon Saturday, the Contemporary Museum; $20 members, $25 nonmembers. Reservations required: 526-1322.


"Deviated Works" paintings by Norman Graffam Jr., opens tomorrow, the Gallery at Coffeeline, Atherton YMCA; through Feb. 15, reception 5-7 p.m. Jan. 30. 947-1615.

"Abstract Styles," paintings in a range of styles by Patricia Carelli (Ebert), opens tomorrow, Che Pasta Restaurant/Gallery; through Feb. 23, opening reception 5-7 p.m. tomorrow. 524-0004.

"Carved Puppets of Asia," traditional puppets of many cultures displayed with paintings, storyboards, tapestries, musical instruments and videos, opens Tuesday, East-West Center Gallery; through March 23, opening reception 5-7 p.m. Tuesday. 944-7584.

"Kahiko Elua," watercolors by Cindy Conklin and "Thinking Small," sculptures by Lynne Schoonejongen Ohtani, opens Saturday, the Gallery at Ward Centre; through Feb. 23, opening reception 5-7 p.m. Jan. 31. 597-8034.

"Kauai Hemolele I Ka Malie: Kauai Peaceful in the Calm," recent work by Penny Nichols, opens Saturday, Kinipopo Fine Art Gallery, Wailua, Kauai; through Feb. 26, opening reception 5:30-8 p.m. Saturday. (808) 822-4356.


International Open Amateur Photography Contest seeks one photograph in one of various categories (people, travel, pets, children, nature, etc.) for awards. Deadline: Jan. 31. (410) 363-4800,

Hui Noeau Visual Arts Center, calls for entries for Hui Solo Show 2001 to run June 29-Aug 5. Works by selected two artists or collaborations between two artists will be featured. Deadline: Feb. 1. (808) 572-6560.

McNeese State University (Louisiana) Visual Arts Department, calls for entries for the 14th Annual National Works on Paper Exhibition, which opens March 29. $15 entry fee. Deadline for submission of slides: Feb. 2. (337) 475-5060.

Retail Merchants of Hawaii, trade organization, seeking entries for a new logo design to be used in two-color and black-and-white applications; cash prize for winner. Deadline: Feb. 5. 941-0440.

State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, seeks applicants for the Folk Arts Apprenticeship Awards, a team of master and artist sought for the foundation’s grants. Deadline: Feb. 16.

Honolulu Printmakers invites print artists to submit up to four entries for their 2001 juried exhibit. $10 per entry for nonmembers, $6 fee for members. Deadline for mailing Neighbor Island entries is Feb. 21, and deadline for Oahu artists’ submissions is Feb. 23 at the Academy Art Center. 536-5507.

Canon Amateur Photo Contest 2001 seeks up to three photographs per person, taken between Jan. 1, 2000, and Feb. 28, 2001, on the the theme "Children in Hawaii." Deadline: Feb. 28. 522-5930.

Cafe Che Pasta Gallery & Restaurant seeks original art in all media from artists or groups with at least 35 pieces available to show. 524-0004.

Art of Polynesia Gallery, North Shore, seeks fine arts and crafts reflecting Polynesian culture and island living. 637-1288.

Gallery on the Pali seeks artists to exhibit at the gallery. 526-1191.


"Hawaii and Its People," canvases and graphic arts from the academy’s collection, through today; Graphic Arts Gallery, Honolulu Academy of Arts. 532-8700.

"Ghosts: Shades of Inner Meaning," watercolors by John Shklov, through Friday; Gallery on the Pali. 526-1191.

"Tropical Hi-Jinx," paintings by Charles Valoroso, through Friday; Hawaii Pacific University Gallery. 544-0287.

"Recent Works by Russel Lowery," acrylic seascapes, through Friday; Cedar Street Galleries. 589-1580.

"Experiments in Watercolor," new works by Jeanne Robertson and "folding ... unfolding," new jewelry by Cynthia Wiig, through Friday; the Gallery at Ward Centre. 597-8034.

"Taufaasau 2000," recent paintings by Hank Taufaasau, through Friday; Hanks Cafe Honolulu. 988-6158, 526-1410.

"Trio," mixed media exhibit by Jennifer Rothschild, Dexter Doi, and Carol D’Angelo, through Saturday. Pauahi Tower Gallery.


Academy Art Center at Linekona: "Exploring Creativity," painting by current and former students of Gay Jefferson; through Jan. 31. 523-8741.

Artmosphere Gallery: "Floral Extravaganza," Neo Impressions of Dorys Foltin’s photographic flora; through Jan. 31. 525-5200.

Arts of Paradise Gallery: "Two Creative Wahine," recent oils by Dora Lin and pastels by Fong Ling; through Feb. 28. 924-2787.

Aupuni ArtWall, Native Books Kapülama: "Kalihi, Kihei and Beyond," acrylics, oils, and pastels by Mapuana; through Jan. 31, closing reception 7-9 p.m. Thursday. 845-8949.

Bethel Street Gallery: "Ka Ikena," installation by Chuck Kawaiolu; through March 8. 533-2836.

bibelot gallery: "It’s Raining Cats and Dogs ..." recent works by ceramic artist Rochelle Lum; through Feb. 2. 738-0368.

Canon Photo Gallery: "Esoteric Portraits," photographic works by Michelle Tricca; through Jan. 31. 522-5930.

The Contemporary Museum: "Portraits, Songs, Thoughts: Photographs by Bill Jacobson," "This Head is Mine - Robert Arneson Self-Portraits" and "TCM at Twelve - Recent Acquisitions"; through Feb. 4. 526-1322.

Honolulu Academy of Arts: "Family Ties in Asian Textiles: Children’s and Adult Costumes from Japan and China," exhibit from the textile collection on the Christensen Fund, Second Floor Galleries, through Feb. 18; "The Art of Warner Bros. Animation," original drawings, painting and cels from the creators of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig and friends, cartoon classics in the Cartoon Theatre and an interactive Animation Station for keiki, Education Gallery with special viewing hours, through April 1; the Howard and Estelle Bern Collection of Japanese hair ornaments, Japanese Gallery, ongoing; "East Meets West: Cross-Cultural Influences in the Arts," highlight of artwork from the academy’s Asian and Western collections, ongoing. 532-8700.

Honolulu Advertiser Gallery: "Surfaces," photographs, painting and performance by artist Mark Kadota, sponsored by The Advertiser Gallery and Christian Macias and Art Associates; through Feb. 28. 263-1159, 735-2730.

Honolulu Art Gallery: "Surf Safari," mixed-media art from around the island on a surf theme, sales to benefit Oahu’s Surfrider Foundation; through Feb. 6. 955-5250.

Honolulu Hale Courtyard Gallery: "Living Harmony: All Are One," mixed-media exhibit commemorating Black History Month sponsored by the Martin Luther King Jr.

Holiday Coalition and the Mayor’s Office of Culture and the Arts; through Feb. 3. 523-4674.

Iolani Palace Galleries: exhibit of crowns, jewels, kahili, cloaks and sacred emblems; ongoing. 522-0832.

Island Treasures Art Gallery: works by Jon Mozo; ongoing. Two locations: Kailua, 261-8131, and Koko Marina, 396-8827.

John Young Museum of Art: "Korean Masks from the Ryun Namkoong Collection," more than 100 masks used in traditional dance-dramas, shaman rituals and festivals; through Feb. 27; artifacts from Asia, Southeast Asia, the Pacific Islands and Africa, Krauss Hall 002, UH-Manoa; ongoing. 956-3634.

Koa Gallery at Kapiolani Community College: "Recent Works," mixed-media work by Jinja Kim and watercolor mono-types by George Woollard; through Feb. 1. 734-9375.

Nohea Gallery: art in various media from local artists, ongoing; Ohana Reef Towers Hotel (926-2224) and Moana Surfrider Hotel (923-6644).

Queen Emma Gallery: "Na Wai Ola: Healing Waters," tapa-design plates and platters by Kauka de Silva, glass vessels by B.A. Akamine, lauhala tapestries by Marques H. Marzan dyed reed art by Nicole Morita and ink drawings by Sean K.L. Browne; through Feb. 4. 537-7167.

Salon 5: "Jet Set," mixed-media, multidisciplinary new work from more than 30 artists from Hawaii, Los Angeles and New York; through Feb. 24. 550-2855.

Satoru’s Art Gallery: works by Satoru Abe; ongoing. 545-4220.

Tabora Gallery, Rainbow Bazaar, Hilton Hawaiian Village: seascapes by Roy Gonzalez Tabora and various artists; ongoing. 955-4339.

Tennent Gallery: Selected works by Madge Tennent; ongoing. 531-1987.

University of Hawaii Art Gallery: "A Transient World: Ukiyo-e Prints from the Tadashi Goino Collection," woodblock prints of Japanese life during the 17th through 19th centuries; through Feb. 16. 956-9659.


The Contemporary Cafe at the Contemporary Museum: "Quality Hearts III," 18 local artists display art on a heart theme; through March 4. 526-1322.

Doubletree Alana Waikiki, Mezzanine Gallery: "New Image Artists," fine and digital art from Hawaiian artists; through Jan. 31. 597-8108.

Jaron’s Restaurant: works by Thomas Deir; ongoing. 261-4600.

Roy’s Restaurant: "The Art and Political Cartoons of Dick Adair," recent work by The Honolulu Advertiser cartoonist; through Feb. 3. 396-7697.

Waialua Public Library: "Six Local Artists," mixed-media exhibit of works by Peter Raub, Jackie Wilson, Judy Williams, Philip Riley, Karen Scata and Jennifer Eisenhart; through April 6. 637-7446.

Waikiki Grand Hotel: recent works by Anthony Randall; ongoing. 949-1863.


Firehouse Gallery, Kamuela, Big Island: "For Our Friends," mixed-media show by Sheila and Bruce Vitulli, sponsored by the Waimea Arts Council; through Jan. 31. (808) 887-1052.

Hui Noeau Visual Arts Center, Makawao, Maui: "Shige Yamada Retrospective," drawings, paintings, ceramics and bronzes; through Feb. 4. (808) 572-6560.

Parker Ranch, Waimea, Big Island: display of vintage aloha shirts for the 1940s and 1950s from the collection of Evan and Gwen Olins; through Feb. 7. (808) 885-5433, (808) 885-0554.

Schaefer International Gallery, Maui Arts & Cultural Center, Kahului, Maui: "Te Ao Tawhito/Te Ao Hou (Old Worlds/New Worlds)," mixed-media exhibit by 14 artists of Maori, Pacific Island, Asian, New Zealand and European ancestry; through Feb. 25. (808) 242-2787.

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