Aloha All! This past summer, my good friend Ashley Katamoto and I traveled around Europe for 3 weeks, eating all the food/getting food poisoning, riding horses/trains/cars/busses, and shooting dozens of rolls of film. When we came back home to Hawaiʻi, we found ourselves with all these amazing images from our trip
Check out the review of “The Lab: Experiments in Photography” put on by the PAʻI Foundation as part of the Maoli Arts Month and curated by Healoha Johnston. Online version HERE or read the print version below: MAM02016-review1
Exciting things are happening! My newest body of work will be on display starting this week up at Mark’s Garage in Chinatown as part of the Maoli Arts Month. I’m so honored to have my name on the same flyer as these individuals, let alone sharing space with two other
I’ve found myself gravitating towards printmaking a lot more this year, and submitted 2 of my new linocut prints into the 88th Annual Juried Exhibition for the heck of it – not really certain they’d get in or if I’d just thrown my submission money around all willy nilly. Lo and behold! Both
A new piece of mine – titled “Make” – is currently on display at Kit & Ace in Ala Moana. It will be up through the month of March and can be viewed anytime during store hours. The artwork is a memento mori of sorts – 100 individual leaf “skeletons” were
Aloha all! A fiber piece of mine was accepted into this year’s Fiber Hawaii show put on by the Hawaii Craftsmen. The opening was tonight and the show will be up until Nov 22! Stop by and visit the show!
My friends and former employers at the Honolulu Museum of Art wrote a lovely article about me and my sister-teacher Andrea Charuk while we taught with the See Art Make Art program up at the Spalding House location. Please check out the amazing things the museum continues to do with
Hey all! In honor of Mother’s Day, the Honolulu Museum of Art will be presenting a free cyanotype card-making workshop next Friday, May 9th at 2:30 at Kaimuki Public Library conducted by Spalding House teaching artists. Open to children, young adults, or I guess anyone with a mother figure. Sign
Aloha all! I got work accepted into the CONTACT show and the Honolulu Museum of Art School, up until April 21st. Go check ‘um out! “A contemporary art exhibition and community programming that explores the notion of contact as it relates to the Hawaiian Islands, its people, and their experiences.
I’ll have work exhibited up at the Spalding House Cafe from Feb 8 – March 8, 2014 as part of an instructor art show. All work on the walls were made by the teaching artists of the See Art Make Art program at Spalding House. My fellow artist/sister-teachers are Andrea