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‘Ward’ focuses on sexual, spiritual conversations

  • COURTESY PARADISE COVE

    “Fountain Dry,” a wooden mask by Lawrence Seward.

“Ward” is art collective Paradise Cove’s group exhibit developed around conversations about the sexual and spiritual realms of human nature. Artists Madelyn Biven, Eric Cyganik Morgan, Jared Pere and Lawrence Seward are represented.

“We became interested in how boundaries between these could blur through different lenses, specifically cultural, and even more so ‘Hawaiian,’” the artists said in a statement. The show is up through July 26 at Ward Warehouse. Gallery hours are noon to 7 p.m. Thursday to Saturday and 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday.

Pictured above is “Fountain Dry,” a wooden mask by Seward.

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