First Friday Hawaii Art Gallery Walk
- Adam Weston Art - Studio & Gallery - Downtown - Chinatown - Honolulu, Hawaii (808) 286-7415
Adam's recent artwork is related, in particular, to a technique famous in Shikoku, the region in which he live. Japanese "Urushi" (lacquerware), involves the build-up and polishing of multiple layers of deep color upon intricately carved or textured surfaces. After 10 years of living in Japan, New York City abstract artist Adam Weston has opened a new studio & gallery in Chinatown!
- Andrew Rose Gallery (808) 599-4400
The Andrew Rose Gallery, at the crossroads of Honolulu's Downtown arts and business districts on Bishop Street, presents vintage and contemporary art with significant connections to Hawaii
- Hawaii State Art Museum (808) 586-0307
The Hawai'i State Art Museum is dedicated to presenting the largest and finest collection of works by Hawai'i artists that celebrate the diverse artistic and cultural legacy of Hawaii.
- Louis Pohl Gallery (808) 521-1812
The Louis Pohl Gallery is dedicated to featuring Hawaii artists whose works reflect the standards of excellence, creativity, and inventive spirit for which its namesake was known during his lifetime.
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Ong King is a safe space to open up and create featuring artwork, classes, workshops,entertainment and more.
- Ravizza Brownfield Gallery 808.724.6877
Ravizza Brownfield Gallery aims to create a cultural presence to promote European art in Hawaii, as well as being a venue that cultivates an exchange of ideas to promote local creative research. The gallery intends to be a cultural crossroads where artists can be pioneers of a new world situated between America and Asia.
- TEN41 Studios + Gallery 808 218-1981
4 artists, 4 studios, 1 gallery. Shyrl Matias, Carol Moore, Stacy Cheng-Suzuki, and Patty Lentz.
- The ARTS At Marks Garage (808) 521-2903
The ARTS at Marks Garage is a community arts center with a 1,000 sq. ft. gallery, a 1,000 sq. ft. theater, and a 1,000 sq. ft. office space founded in 2001. Marks is home to 13 performing and visual arts businesses including Youth Speaks Hawaii and Hawaii Shakespeare Festival. 45,000 visitors attend 13 exhibits and 150 performances each year.
- Bayly Buck Studios (808) 927-5021
Studio gallery located in Chinatown! Bayly Buck Studios is a multi use space that offers not only photography but also a studio to rent for your own photography or to have as a gallery rental. This 1200 sqft space has a lot of potential and not to mention a great location. Has coupon!!
- The Pegge Hopper Gallery (808) 524-1160
Pegge Hopper Gallery is located in Honolulu's historic Chinatown where Pegge's original paintings, drawings, prints, and posters are available. Exhibits featuring other artists are programmed periodically.
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