Hawaiʻi Watercolor Society’s 2021 Members’ Show, On Display Until Saturday, April 24


Downtown Art Center is proud to feature Hawaii Watercolor Society’s 2021 Member Show in the Second Floor gallery this April, with 50 beautiful watercolor pieces from 31 artists, juried by Laurie Goldstein-Warren. See all the accepted artists and award-winners in the show, including Jimmy Tablante’s painting, “Mother and Child,” which won Best In Show.

In addition, the exhibition includes 16 paintings selected from the HWS open show and a companion show by Honolulu Woodturners Association, with 24 fine wood art pieces.

The Hawaiʻi Watercolor Society show will run from Tuesday, March 30 to Saturday April 24, 2021 in the upstairs DAC gallery.

“Running Blues” by Liz Corbin
“Drummers & Dancers” by Frances Hill
“Underwater Dream” by Janet Meinke-Lau
“Burley” by Craig Mason
“Norfolk Island Pine Bowl” by David Chung

“Something Fishy” on Display Until March 27, 2021


Downtown Art Center is proud to feature approximately 30 local artists and over 175 works of art in its February/March 2021 show, “Something Fishy,” curated by Jackie Mild Lau. The show, located on the second floor of the Chinatown Gateway Plaza building, will be open for free public viewing from Wednesday, February 17 through Saturday, March 27, during gallery hours from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday.

The diverse mediums for art in this show include drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, wood, fiber, metal, mixed media, glass, and jewelry.

“Circulation” by Chrissia Vaughn, oil on canvas

“Grateful” by Chrissia Vaughn, oil on canvas.

“Green Kaleidonism In Bloom” by Dan Harano, (ceramic, steel wire, silicone)

Gallery view, photo by Tracy Chan

“Reef Fish” by Liz Train (painted canvas) and assorted ceramics.

“Vortex” by Teig Grennan, acrylic on panel

Assorted glassware by Terry Savage



Hawai’i Craftsmen at DAC During October

Selected artists from Hawai’i Craftsmen will display work through October at DAC.  On First Friday, there is an artists reception and also a special day on October 5 where DAC will be open for the Hispanic Festival, with activities and art booths on the sidewalks outside, and the Craftsmen Show available to view on the inside. Please join us for the festivities and come see the show!

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2019 hawaii craftsmen Oct show