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Hawaii art shows, galleries adapt to offer in-person, virtual presentations

  • COURTESY HANNAH SHUN
                                Hannah Shun’s sterling silver “Songs of Joy” is part of the Hawai‘i Craftsmen Statewide Exhibition

    COURTESY HANNAH SHUN

    Hannah Shun’s sterling silver “Songs of Joy” is part of the Hawai‘i Craftsmen Statewide Exhibition

  • COURTESY DR. CECILY WANG
                                Surgeon and emerging artist Dr. Cecily Wang’s “Conception” on layered wood is on display at Cedar Street Galleries.

    COURTESY DR. CECILY WANG

    Surgeon and emerging artist Dr. Cecily Wang’s “Conception” on layered wood is on display at Cedar Street Galleries.

  • COURTESY JAMES CHARISMA
                                “Aerial View of Tables & Single Man Seated,” a photograph by James Charisma, is part of a show at The ARTS at Marks Garage.

    COURTESY JAMES CHARISMA

    “Aerial View of Tables & Single Man Seated,” a photograph by James Charisma, is part of a show at The ARTS at Marks Garage.

While Hawaii art galleries were shuttered for months because of pandemic restrictions, local artists were still working diligently in their studios producing new pieces. Read more

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