Hawaii printmaking tradition explored in new Gallery Iolani exhibition
Gallery ʻIolani at Windward Community College presents Lineage, an exhibit showcasing artists who have made significant contributions to the strong printmaking tradition in Hawaiʻi. Curated by Erika Molyneux, the exhibition is a genealogy chart—or family tree—of printmakers, emphasizing the relationships connecting generations of artists.
The exhibit runs from October 25 to November 25 with an artist reception on the opening day from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Artists featured in the Lineage exhibition include:
- Huc Luquiens
- John Melville Kelly
- Isami Doi
- Joe Feher
- Jean Charlot
- Lee Chesney
- Jeff Dunn
- Ed Stasack
- Ron Kowalke
- Allyn Bromley
- Dodie Warren
- Wayne Miyamoto
- Marcia Morse
- Laura Smith
- David Smith
- Jared Wickware
- George Woollard
- Mike Harada
- Hiroki Morinoue
- Charles Cohan
- Duncan Dempster
- Rob Molyneux
- Vince Hazen
- John Young
Gallery ʻIolani is open Monday and Tuesday, 1–8 p.m. and Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday, 1–5 p.m. and closed on Saturdays.
For more information call, (808) 236-9155.
The Honolulu Printmakers is the oldest nonprofit printmaking organization of its kind west of the Mississippi and is one of Hawaiʻi’s oldest art organizations. Started in 1928 by Huc Lucquiens and Alice Poole, the organization promotes the appreciation and understanding of printmaking and print production.
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