The 59th Annual WAG Member Show is on display at Ho'omaluhia Botanical Garden Gallery in Kaneohe until October 30. Thank you to everyone who came to the reception and for those who purchased artwork especially! The exhibit is very good and several art pieces found their new homes during the reception. Congratulations to all the artists and to everyone who will be taking home beautiful new original art! Come see the show between the hours of 9 am and 4 pm daily. The gardens are free to the public and boast some of the most beautiful views outside the gallery as well. It's a great idea to see the show, and then enjoy a picnic lunch or a stroll to the lake. Below are a few of the walls you will see at the show, but not all of them - enjoy the preview!
Come see the 59th Annual Member Show! The 59th Annual Members Show is on display Ho'omaluhia Botanical Garden Gallery45-680 Luluku Rd Kaneohe, HI 96744(located near the visitor's center) Open Daily 9 am - 4 pm There is a reception open to the publicOctober 13, 20194 pm - 6 pm You are invited to attend and encouraged to bring friends or family along to meet the artists and enjoy light refreshments. We hope to see you there!
The 59th Annual Member Show is on display at Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden Gallery. The gallery is located at 45-680 Luluku Road by the visitor's center. Come see the beautiful and meaningful artwork created by our guild throughout October (until the 26th). The gardens are magnificent and are open for free to the public daily from 9 am - 4 pm. There is plenty to explore after you have seen the art show, so plan time for a nice long walk if you can. Here are two previews of the show, but of course it is only showing about half the wall space. Prepare to be impressed - it's a great show! Remember that the Ultra Exhibit is still on display at Pauahi Tower in downtown Honolulu as well - it is rare for us to have two shows at the same time for the guild, but it's been a great year for exhibit opportunities!
Once again Windward Artists Guild has placed a show at Pauahi Tower's gorgeous second floor space which is covered in beautiful travertine stone and topped by soaring coffered ceilings. The spacious venue allows WAG artists to show their large works which offer a valuable interior design option for offices and homes and the chance to collect major works from talented local artists. 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: August 4, 2018 – January 4, 2019 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 more affordable option with a small walk.
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. [caption id="attachment_704" align="aligncenter" width="492"] Artwork: "Quiet Exhuberance" by Julie McIntyre, "Beach Treasures" by Jill Butterbaugh, and "Kailua Beach Access #8" and "Ho'omaluhia After the Rain" by Cynthia Schubert are on display in the northwest corner of Pauahi Tower second floor.[/caption] 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 [caption id="attachment_705" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Artwork: "Monochromatic About It" by Dennis McGeary, "Moonlight Diving" by Nadya Rego, "Night Bloom" (sold) by Sharon Baker, and ""Peace Hope and Clarity" by Dennis McGeary. Our walls change over time. Come see what is there now![/caption] [caption id="attachment_706" align="aligncenter" width="600"] One of the beautiful display cases filled with WAG art. Featured paintings: "Big Island Lava Tube" by Thomas Deir, "Lanikai" by Jenee Wonderlich, "Seadragons" by Barbara Littenberg, "The Eyes Have it" by Davilla Harding, "Honolulu Longliners" by Barbara Sumida, "Magic ISland" by Rance Nakama, "Robert Frost" by Claudia Wallace. 3D work: 3D works: "Sweet" Raku by Barbara Guidage and "Whimsical Fish" Ceramic Sculpture by Jan Stiles.[/caption]
UPDATE: We have additional display space for small pieces. Feel free to enter works under 24″ too… We can pretty much take anything up to 10′ now that the extra small works space is confirmed. If you have already entered and want to add an additional piece and pay via Paypal, you may send the $5/piece to from your Paypal account using the “Send money” feature, or mail a check for the additional to the same address in the prospectus. This is an opportunity to be juried in to an amazing display space (Pauahi Tower’s gorgeous travertine lobby with soaring ceilings and a beautiful, spacious Koa display case) and to place your work on display for a longer term exhibit with the goal of selling some of our member’s larger pieces. There are no awards, but the proceeds benefit our educational grants. We are looking for original work that is for sale only. The larger the piece is, the more likely it is to be selected for display (up to 10′ in the largest dimension is acceptable). We can take some smaller works, but this will be competitive. 3D work is welcome and has unusually good display cases with glass protection – 3D work 48″ and less recommended. All work must be corporate-friendly (meaning no controversial, religious, political, etc… art). Please visit the exhibit page below to download the prospectus - entries are due 2/24/18.http://windwardartistsguild.org/wag-ultra-show-i/ (which will only be available until the show is hung)
Please join us for the reception to celebrate the WAG 58th Annual Member Show at Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden Gallery, at the end of Luluku Road in Kaneohe on October 21, 2017, from 4 - 6 pm. The show is beautifully arranged and features many talented artists!
Cynthia Schubert has a solo show happening October 8 - November 11 at Kalapawai Cafe (750 Kailua Road, Kailua). The cafe serves great food and often features WAG artists. Spencer Chang was featured in August, and Wendy Roberts and Marti Rounds displayed work in July, and Sherree McKellar was the first in the new show schedule in June, kicking off a new format of monthly art displays by talented local artists that is managed on a volunteer basis by Sherree McKellar. Many thanks to her for finding and scheduling the talented artists who show at Kalapawai! You can expect a steady stream of excellent shows under her guidance.
[caption id="attachment_445" align="aligncenter" width="474"] Panorama from the center of the gallery from the 2017 show[/caption] We are pleased to announce the upcoming WAG Member show which will be on display for the public from October 2 - 28. It is the 58th annual exhibit - quite a long running show! Our members are encouraged to place 2 works in the show. Like last year, it will not be juried this year. Due to state policies, we are not allowed to show any nudity, otherwise, you are free to select quality work to show at the beautiful Ho'omaluhia Botanical Garden Gallery. A link to the prospectus is below: ProspectusWAG58thAnnualMembersShow2017
The awards given by WAG were covered in the Midweek paper. Here is the link to the newspaper article again for those who want to see all the photos and read more: http://midweek.com/pdf/Windward/2017/0308/ Please view page 4 to begin reading the article. It looks like the screenshot below... [caption id="attachment_532" align="aligncenter" width="248"] WAG in Midweek[/caption] WAG board members Don Johnson, Suzanne Barnes, MaryAnne Long, Roger Tinius, and Wendy Roberts spent a couple of hours selecting awards, which was certainly a tough task – there were many talented artists in the display. The representatives from the board chose 12 young artists to award $50 each in order to encourage their development as artists. Don Johnson gave out a special award to an incredible fashion piece in his wife’s honor, and he and MaryAnne Long matched WAG funds to assure we could grant more awards for encouraging our next generation of artists. Thank you Don and MaryAnne for the generosity extended to our next generation of artists!