mountains and cloud painted on linen

Puʻuhonua by Bryce Myers

Art Faculty Hōʻike at Windward Community College’s Gallery ʻIolani highlights the work of the campus’ studio art faculty: Kelly Ciurej, William Cook, Jacob Jackson, Toni Martin, Rob Molyneux, Bryce Myers, Paul Nash, Peleke Sacatropez, Jordan Souza and William Zwick.

in the desert image on stoneware

In the Desert by Paul Nash

Welcome to Paradise by Kelly Ciurej

The exhibit runs from September 13 through October 13 with an opening reception and viewing on Friday, September 13, 1–7 p.m.

Works in the exhibit include ceramics, photography, drawing and painting, sculpture, glass and Hawaiian wood carving.

“These art faculty are world class, and the exhibit is marvelous,” said Martin, Gallery ʻIolani director. “You will find yourself wandering through a variety of impactful art, from sculpture, carvings, drawings and paintings to a gentle flow into the back of the gallery where there’s a whole other intimate discovery.”

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Gallery ʻIolani has 1,800 square feet of space and is recognized as one of the finest exhibition sites in the state of Hawaiʻi, showing work from local, national and international venues. It is the mission of Gallery ʻIolani to promote exhibitions of cultural and educational significance. The gallery also serves as a classroom for students studying gallery design and management at Windward CC.

Gallery hours:

  • Monday–Friday and Sunday: 1–5 p.m. and closed Saturday and holidays

For more information, contact Gallery ʻIolani Director Toni Martin at (808) 236-9155.