Enjoy WAG’s larger art work at Pauahi Tower’s gorgeous second floor space which is covered in beautiful travertine and topped by soaring coffered ceilings. The spacious venue allows WAG artists to show their large works. All works are for sale and 15% of those sales are donated to Windward Artists Guild whose mission since 1960 has been to stimulate the visual arts on Oahu. We will use the proceeds to fund our education grants, workshops, and to help sponsor art events that are beneficial to the community.
The Ultra Exhibit is on the second floor (up the escalators or elevators).
Show Dates: March 3 – August 3, 2018
Pauahi Tower is open from 6 am – 6 pm on weekdays, Saturdays 8 am – 2 pm; Closed Sunday
Location: 1003 Bishop St, Honolulu, HI 96813
Parking entrance is on the left at approximately 1080 Alakea Street (Bishop Square Parking), or you may park in public parking at Alii Place across the street if you prefer a slightly cheaper option with a small walk.
Artists Reception: Thursday, May 17, 4 pm – 6 pm. The public is encouraged to join us at the reception.
Here’s a handy postcard with all relevant info:
The show was curated by Katherine Love of Honolulu Museum of Art. Thank you to Katherine for a job well done. Permission to display our work at this lovely location was graciously given by Douglas Emmett Management. Many thanks to the management and security teams who have been so helpful to us. Show Chair Wendy Roberts is the contact for any sales windwardartistsguild (at) gmail.com. She would like to express her appreciation to Cindy Livermore, Cynthia Schubert-Richmond, Don Johnson, Adriana Franc, David Friedman, Thomas Deir, and Nadia Fairlamb who helped hang the artwork.
Participating artists A-Z by first name (not all artists work will be on display at all times – we are constantly selling and adding new work):Adriana Franc, Barbara Guidage, Barbara Littenberg, Barbara Sumida, Carson Butterbaugh, Claudia Wallace, Cynthia Schubert, David Friedman, Davilla Harding, Dennis McGeary, Don Johnson, Frank Oliva, Jan Stiles, Jenee Wonderlich, Jill Butterbaugh, Julie McIntyre, Marshall Heaney, Marti Wiese Rounds, Nadia Fairlamb, Nadya Rego, Peggy Hoefer, Rance Nakama, Rebekah Luke, Saumolia Puapuaga, Sharon Baker, Thomas Deir, and Wendy Roberts