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Wayne Morioka’s “Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing,” a ceramic mask representing the spirit world, is among the works showing in “Hawai‘i Art Now.”
Fiber artist Walter G. Nottingham died as “Hawai‘i Art Now” was being assembled. Several of his recent pieces are part of the exhibit, including “KT Shrine, a mixed-media piece, above.
Kaili Chun’s row of oo, Hawaiian digging tools, are made from repurposed wood. Her work also was displayed in the 2003 “Biennial of Hawai‘i Artists” show.
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