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Art Sale: New paintings by Michael Powell, Hiroshi Tagami and Kenny Kicklighter, ceramics by Dawn Robinson, jewelry by Babs Miyano-Young, Redux Kimono by Elizabeth Kent, woodcraft by Bob Butts. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday-Sunday at Tagami & Powell Gallery and Gardens, 47-754 Lamaula Road, Kaneohe. or 754-7887

Thiago Mundano/Ian Kuali‘i — public art: Mundano, a Brazilian street artist renowned for his approach to public art and social engagement, joined California-born, Maui-based Kuali‘i and Kakaako workshop participants in painting carts like those used to transport belongings or recyclables for people who are homeless, in a program sponsored by the Hawaii State Foundation for Culture and the Arts and Forecast Public Art. The functional, colorful and personal art will be displayed on the museum’s front lawn. Ten mini-carts will be auctioned to raise money for homelessness in Hawaii. 1-3 p.m. Saturday at Hawaii State Art Museum, 250 South Hotel Street, Honolulu., 586-0300.

Sixth Annual Miniature Show 2017: Featuring 2D and 3D miniature multi-media works of art. Through Nov. 25 at Ho’omaluhia Botanical Garden Visitor Center Gallery, 45-680 Luluku Road, Kaneohe; gallery hours 9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily. Opening Reception: 4-6 p.m. Saturday. 233-7323.

Haleiwa Art Walk: Haleiwa galleries open their doors to celebrate art and artists while offering music, pupus and wine, on 3-8 p.m. Saturday and every second Saturday at historic Haleiwa town, North Shore Chamber of Commerce., 637-4558

“Zen, Ken, Sho (Zen, the Sword and the Brush)”: Art show and open house featuring the calligraphy of Omori Sogen Rotaishi and Tanouye Tenshin Rotaishi, as well as ceramic pieces created by Teruya Myoshin Roshi. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday at Daihonzan Chozen-ji/International Zen Dojo, 3565 Kalihi St., Honolulu.

“Irresistible Resist – The Art of Indian Dyes and Design”: This exhibit focuses on resist dyeing processes that have made Indian textiles prized around the world, in four categories: ikat, block-print, kalamkari and tie-dye. Through Feb. 11, East-West Gallery, John A. Burns Hall, 1601 East-West Road. Gallery Talk: “Resist Methods for Textile Embellishment: A Global View”: Illustrated talk by Cheri Vasek, a University of Hawaii-Manoa associate professor of theatre. 2-3 p.m. Sunday. Free., 944-7177

“KOSTA KULUNDZIC by Kosta Kulundzic”: Solo show of massive drawings by this French artist of Serbian ancestry, who combines Orthodox Christian imagery of saints and martyrs with imagery drawn from movies and local scenery. Kulundzic will also draw at the gallery, planning to complete an artwork more than 20 feet long. Through Nov. 22, Commons Gallery, University of Hawaii at Manoa. Meet the Artist: Sunday, 3-5 p.m. gallery walk-through; 4-5 p.m. freestyle demo. , 956-6079

“Life Through the Eyes of an Animation Artist”: Walt Disney animator Renato dos Anjos (“Frozen,” “Zootopia,” “Wreck-It Ralph”) will have a conversation on the artistic challenges of a career in animated filmmaking, based on his 30 years of experience. 6-8 p.m. Wednesday at Kapiolani Community College-RM OHIA 118. Free. 734-9382.

“Ku‘u home o Moku” (“Home with a Changing Landscape”): Oil paintings by Mealaaloha Bishop and Nanea Lum, inspired by the crisis of climate change. Through Nov. 25 at the ARTS at Marks Garage, 1159 Nuuanu Ave., Honolulu; noon-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday., 521-2903


Hawaii Craftsmen 50th Annual Exhibition: Hawaii Craftsmen celebrates fine craft as an “enriching part of contemporary life.” Through Friday at the Honolulu Museum of Art School, 1111 Victoria St.; gallery hours 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Free. 292-1512

Compassion in Arts 2017: An annual j​uried exhibit of artwork by middle and high school students from Hawaii​, co-presented with the Honolulu Museum of Art School​.​ This year’s theme: “Compassion for the Hungry and Homeless in Hawaii.”​ Through Saturday, Honolulu Museum of Art School, 1111 Victoria St.

“Beyond Time and Space”: Paintings by Daniela Minerbi, a native of Italy now living in Honolulu. “The geography of my paintings has expanded beyond a specific location and culture,” Minerbi writes. Through Thursday, Gallery on the Pali, First Unitarian Church, 2500 Pali Highway. 595-4047


“Fast Forward to Fall”: Invitational group show of 2D and 3D art. Through Nov. 25, Honolulu Country Club Gallery, 1690 Ala Puumalu St. 286-5675

“Viva Mexico”: Contemporary treasures and folk art from San Miguel de Allende. Through Nov. 25 at Pegge Hopper Gallery, 1164 Nuuanu Ave.; 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday., 524-1160

Wayne Levin — “Submerged”: Photographs of land and ocean by Levin, whose remarkable work stretches back to the 1970s. Through Nov. 26 at treehouse, 675 Auahi St., second floor., 597-8733

Abstract art: Featuring works by Charles Higa, Michael Teruya, Lauren Okano, Mariko Merritt and Linda Spadaro. Through Nov. 28 at the Hawaii State Art Museum Gallery Shop, 250 S. Hotel St., Honolulu. 586-0300

“Across Generations”: Works by the late Charles Higa (1933-2012) and Higa’s former student, Michael Teruya. Through Nov. 28 at Hawaii State Art Museum, Artizen Gallery, 250 S. Hotel St., Honolulu. 586-0300

Fast Forward: Exhibit highlights Windward Community College’s “Early College” drawing class at Castle High School, taught by Calvin Collins. Through Nov. 30 at Gallery Iolani, Windward Community College; gallery hours are 1-5 p.m. Sunday-Friday., 236-9155

“Shooting Wallpaper”: Artist Brigitte Zieger reimagines 18th century French Toile de Jouy printed textiles and wallpaper through video installations, pairing historic utopian references with violent, thought-provoking visuals from contemporary society. Through Dec. 1, John Young Museum of Art, University of Hawaii-Manoa.

“Between the Mountain and The Sea”: Paintings by Carol D’Angelo and Dexter Doi, including jungle landscapes, ocean themes, still life and koi in mixed media and oil. Through Dec. 15, Morning Brew, 600 Kailua Road. 225-2045

“North Shore Nostalgia”: Artwork by Julie Patacchia, including paintings of landmarks, traditions and pastimes of the rural North Shore. Through Dec. 31, Turtle Bay Resort. 779-3395

Late Dreams and Early Thoughts”: Featuring Andy Warhol’s silkscreen prints, including “Shoes” from 1980, which engage America’s consumerist obsessions. Through Jan. 5, Ravizza Brownfield Gallery, 1109 Nuuanu Ave.; gallery hours 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday., 724-6877

“Abstract Expressionism: Looking East from the Far West”: A fresh look at Abstract Expressionism, the first native movement of American Modernism, featuring works by Asian artists including Hawaii’s Satoru Abe, Bumpei Akaji, Isami Doi, Keichi Kimura, Sueko Kimura, George Miyasaki, Tetsuo Ochikubo, Tadashi Sato and Reuben Tam; West Coast natives Paul Horiuchi, Ruth Asawa and Isamu Noguchi and Japan-born Kenzo Okada and Saburo Hasegawa; juxtaposed with works by artists including Willem De Kooning, Franz Kline, Jackson Pollock, Clyfford Still, Barnett Newman, Ad Reinhardt and Robert Motherwell. Through Jan. 21, Honolulu Museum of Art. Admission: $10 in addition to museum entry, $10-$20; free for ages 18 and under. or 532-8700


Remains of a Rainbow: Rare Plants and Animals of Hawaii: Photographs by David Liittschwager and Susan Middleton. Through Nov. 30, National Tropical Botanical Garden Research Center, 3530 Papalina Road, Kalaheo, Kauai.

“He Makana”: Exhibition includes Hawaiian art, paintings, sculpture and prints from the 1930s to 1970s, offering a nostalgic look back into the history of old Hawaii from the collection of Gertrude Mary Joan Damon Haig, on loan from the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts. Through Dec. 23, Schaefer International Gallery, Maui Arts & Cultural Center.

“Elevation-Arts from the Coffeeland”: Featuring an arrangement of art works, including woodcut, textiles, lauhala, sashiko, sculpture, calligraphy and photography. Through Jan. 18 at Kona Historical Society, 81-6551 Mamalahoa Hwy., Kealakekua; gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and the first Saturday of each month. 808-323-3222.

Works by Herb Kane: View artwork by the late world-renowned artist, including a restored colorful wall mural of Hawaiian deities. Jaggar Museum, Hawaii Volcanoes National Pa.


Hawaii Change & Continuity: An exhibition that explores how art defines the character of our changing civilization and how artists make a profound contribution toward explaining who we are, Hawai‘i State Art Museum, 250 S. Hotel St., 2nd Floor, Ewa Gallery. Museum hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday, with free admission,

“Amelia Earhart in Hawaii”: Ongoing photo exhibit, Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor, 441-1007

Art Studio/gallery: Selling paintings, art, ceramics, jewelry and fixtures at huge discounts. Noon-5 p.m. Monday-Tuesday, Thursday-Saturday at Waikiki Shore Hotel, 2161 Kalia Road, Waikiki Mezzanine level. 927-0452

Art on the Zoo Fence: Outdoor art gallery features works by various artists. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays, Honolulu Zoo fence along Monsarrat Avenue.

Three sculptures: Featuring artists Stephen Freedman, Yayoi Kusama and Gerard Tsutakawa. Indefinitely, Ala Moana Center, 341-3045

Lynne Yamamoto – “House for Listening to Rain”: Outdoor installation. Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House, 532-8700

Cove Art Gallery: Revolving works by Steven Power, Daniela Antar Power, Vince Cavataio, Sean Davey and Lynne Boyer, Cove Art Gallery, Turtle Bay Resort, 371-5248

Manoa Gallery: Contemporary art gallery in Manoa recently added new works by Hawaii artists, including paintings by Russell Lowrey and Gregory Pai, necklaces by Cora Yee, photography by Richard A. Cooke III and ceramic vessels by Barbara Thompson. Hours are 3-8 p.m. Tuesdays to Fridays and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturdays or by appointment at Manoa Gallery, 2964 E. Manoa Rd., Suite 1. or 468-2428

Surf photography: Featuring Zac Noyle, Brian Bielmann, Jim Russi, Ted Grambeau, Brent Bielmann, Dave Homcy, Ben Reed, Tom Servais and Jeff Flindt, Pipeline Gallery, 66-165 Kamehameha Highway, Haleiwa,


“Matchbox Plus XIII – 13th Annual Miniature Art Show”: Featuring 100 local artists, in various media. Opens Nov. 17, through Dec. 30 on the Second Floor at Cedar Street Galleries, 817 Cedar St., Honolulu; gallery hours 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Opening Reception: 5:30-8 p.m. Nov. 17. 589-1580 or visit

“Canvas & Ink”: Artist talk and interactive sumi ink painting demonstration with Nanea Lum. 6-8 p.m. Nov. 17 at the Arts at Marks Garage, 1159 Nuuanu Ave., with pupu by Moku Kitchen. Free entry; pre-stretched canvas $10-$20 for participants., 521-2903

“The Goldinsider”: Paintings by Alicia Soder. Opens Nov. 19, through Jan. 4, 2018, at Gallery on the Pali, First Unitarian Church of Honolulu, 2500 Pali Highway; 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday, 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Wednesday and Friday, 9:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Thursday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday. Artist reception: 6-8 p.m. Dec. 2. 595-4047 or visit

PechaKucha: Abstract: The quarterly speed presentation by creatives will take on the abstract theme. 7-9 p.m. Dec. 1 at Honolulu Museum of Art School. Free with exhibition admission. May RSVP at

“Schaefer Portrait Challenge”: Statewide juried exhibition, held as a triennial since 2003, presents the diversity of Hawaii’s people through explorations in portraiture. A broad range of interpretations and styles are seen in a wide range of media in portraits that represent the people of our islands. Artist’s accomplishments are acknowledged with the Jurors Choice Award and the Marian Freeman People’s Choice Award. Invited jurors are Charlie Cohan (O‘ahu), Linda Bennett (Kaua‘i), and Jennifer Owen (Maui). Jan. 16 through March 18, 2018. Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday to Sunday and before Castle Theater shows at Schaefer International Gallery, Maui Arts & Cultural Center. or 808-242-7469

Send items at least two weeks in advance of publication to 500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 7-210, Honolulu 96813, fax 529-4750 or email

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