Art & Design
The image on the left was taken from the Honolulu Printmakers website: Duncan Dempster, untitled, relief (letterpress, linoleum blocks, photopolymer plates, wood type, and lead type), 11" x 17", 2008.
You only got until tomorrow @ 6pm to check out the annual Art sale at the Honolulu Museum of Art School !
Here's their blurb from the webpage:
"The Honolulu Museum of Art School runs studios for metal work, ceramics, glass fusion, and weaving, which aren’t cheap to operate. Every year the students and artists who use the facilities sell their creations and generously offer 30 to 100 percent of their proceeds to the school to help maintain the studios. Now in its fifth year, the benefit sale is a great source of one-of-a-kind holiday gifts. New items are added daily!"
I have already raided the place (twice!) and came away with some great, one-of-a-kind, hand-made cups and bowls. Looking forward to this event every year. It makes me want to take the classes, too - if only I had the time! CJ
Art in Hawaii
Living in Hawaii is an inspiring experience, both artistically and spiritually.