Art Exhibit at the Honolulu Hale

Last Monday, David and I drove to Honolulu Hale to view The Association of Hawaii Artists Aloha Show. These are photos of Honolulu Hale on South King Street.  Click on the photos to enlarge them:

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This is the interior of Honolulu Hale, where the paintings and sculptures are exhibited:

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This is a sculpture of a woman:

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This is David:

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Here are my favorite paintings.

Suzanne McCrary’s oil, “Gold Trees”:

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David Friedman’s acrylic, “Waikiki Sunset”:

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Barbara Sumida’s oil, “Longliners Honolulu”:

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Davilla Harding’s watercolor, “A Day at the Beach”:

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Charlene DeLory’s oil, “Bird of Paradise”:

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David Friedman’s acrylic, “Kahaluu Cloudy”:

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This interesting art exhibit will end on April 15.  Admission is free.

5 Responses to “Art Exhibit at the Honolulu Hale”

  1. DJan Says:

    I like the Gold Trees myself, but they are all interesting. I like subtle colors rather than bright ones. I also love to see palm trees! 🙂

  2. SchmidleysScribblins Says:

    I like Suzanne M’s ‘Gold trees.’ I’m into yellow decor thse days.

  3. cmlk79 Says:

    beautiful choices! Thanks for sharing.

  4. Joanne Noragon Says:

    A beautiful building. The artists hung a very nice show.

  5. Tom Sightings Says:

    Cool … I especially like Barbara Sumida’s oil, andDavilla Harding’s watercolor.

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