Where: 3RDi Galleries 1440 Kapiolani Blvd. Suite 104 • Honolulu, HI• In the Pacific Guardian Tower
Parking: across the street: Nordstrom side of Ala Moana Shopping Center
CALL TO ARTIST
Jennifer Rothschild is looking for artists interested in exhibiting at the Honolulu Country Club.
Jennifer is looking for artists for this date so if you already have art that can be exhibited right away, please give her a call. Here is the link to download the prospectus.
FORTY ARTISTS SHARED THEIR
The following artists were awarded special honors:
Best in Show:
David Friedman for his acrylic painting “Old Pali Road”
Davilla Harding for her watercolor entitled “Aloha!”
Esperance Rakotoirina for his acrylic painting “Ho’omaluhia Pond”
Wendy Roberts for her oil painting “Maunawili”
Kyung Carroll for her oil entitled “North Shore Sunset”
Congratulations to all of the winners!
Paliku Arts Festival was a wonderful event.
Please mark your calendars for next year to help out with an hour of your time face painting for the kids and displaying your artwork for sale in our booth. Seeing the smiles on their little faces makes it all worth it. It is always the first Saturday in April.
Here are the winners of the paint out:
First Place: Chris Manaseri: Chinaman’s Hat.
Second Place: Jill Butterbaugh: Koolaus
Third Place Spencer Chang: Boat at Heeia Harbor
Honorable Mention Barbara Sumida & Adriana Franc.
Good Friends, Good Cheer,
*53rd Annual 2012
Honolulu Country Club Art Show... WAG Winner
Frank Oliva: First prize: Aboriginal Falling III.
Honolulu Country Club....Frank Oliva won first prize in this juried show for Aboriginal Falling III.
Frank delights in this style. He developed his own aboriginal techniques and stories after his first trip to Australia and delights in the color dots technique. His work is here and on the mainland in two California art galleries.
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WAG ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
Congratulations!!! Megan Kawamoto
Saturday, April 21, 2012
Ho'omaluhia Gardens Gallery in Kaneohe.
WAG Presented $1,000
WCC Atelier Scholarship
to Meagan Kawamoto.