Hawaii Contemporary Art Show
I’m very pleased to be showing this month in the juried exhibition at the East Hawaii Cultural Center. I created a triptych of three new abstract watercolors to submit to this show. I had been focusing on my representational work for a number of years but returned to my abstract work for consideration to this exhibit. It was refreshing to let my intuition be my guide and create purely abstract forms, colors and shapes.
The show represents contemporary artwork by Hawaiian artists and is juried by Henry Bianchini, a talented and well established Big Island sculptor and painter. The show opened September 7th in Hilo for First Fridays art walk. It’s exciting to be a part of the community of many talented artists who have made Hawaii their home and developed their art here. The show was well attended and will stay open for the month of September.