Honolulu Hale hosts art show de­lights

Honolulu Star-Advertiser - - ART - By Nina Wu nwu@starad­ver­tiser.com

A blue-eyed cat in re­pose is the sub­ject of Jui-Lien San­der­son’s “Af­ter­noon Glow,” which took first place in the up­com­ing As­so­ci­a­tion of Hawaii Artists’ 47th an­nual Aloha Show.

Sec­ond place was awarded to Bar­bara Su­mida’s land­scape, “Moli‘i Loko I‘a II,” and third place to Christina Ue­belein’s “Ma­chine Age.” The As­so­ci­a­tion of Hawaii Artists, es­tab­lished in 1926 as the As­so­ci­a­tion of Honolulu Artists, is a col­lec­tive of lo­cal artists ded­i­cated to the sup­port and pro­mo­tion of the mul­ti­me­dia arts and a grow­ing arts com­mu­nity. The Aloha Show, its largest ex­hibit, opens Tues­day at Honolulu Hale and runs through June 15.

The ex­hibit show­cases 69 works cre­ated by 43 artists se­lected by this year’s ju­ror — artist, teacher and au­thor Ge­orge Wool­lard.


Above, Jui-Lien San­der­son’s “Af­ter­noon Glow.” Be­low, Christina Ue­belein’s “Ma­chine Age.”

Bar­bara Su­mida’s “Moli‘i Loko I‘a II.”

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