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Come to "Art at the Capitol" on March 2, 2012 form 5-7 pm to view over 460 works of art displayed in the offices our state lawmakers and in the executive offices.

Art at the Capitol 2012: What's on your wall, Rep. Hashem?


Art at the Capitol 2012: What's on your wall, Rep. Ching?


Art at the Capitol 2012: What's on your wall, Rep. Karl Rhoads?


Art at the Capitol 2012: What's on your wall, Senator Malama Solomon?

Senator Malama Solomon talks about two of her favorite art pieces which are displayed in her office. The works of art include an acrylic on canvas by Carolyn Parrish entitled, "Stormy Day at Coconut Island," and an oil on canvas by Paul Yardley entitled, "North Kauai." The public will be able to view these pieces and other works of art on March 2, 2012 at the 4th Annual Art at the Capitol from 5 - 7 p.m.

Art at the Capitol 2012: What's on your wall, Senator Brian Taniguchi?

Senator Brian Taniguchi talks about his personal connection to one of his favorite art pieces, a photograph by Franco Salmoiraghi, which is displayed in his office. The piece is a black and white photo of a Waipio Valley resident, entitled "Ginji Araki, Waipio Valley Resident, Age 93." The public will be able to view this piece and other works of art on March 2, 2012 at the 4th Annual Art at the Capitol from 5 - 7 p.m.

Art at the Capitol 2012: What's on your wall, Senator Jill Tokuda?

Senator Jill Tokuda shares one of her favorite art pieces, a painting by David B. Smith, that is displayed in her office. The painting is entitled, "Waiting for Moments of Gladness." The public will be able to view this piece and other art work on March 2, 2012 at the 4th Annual Art at the Capitol from 5 - 7 p.m.




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March - Friday, 3/2/2012 - Art Exhibit - Art at the Capitol - 5pm - 7pm
Senator Brian Taniguchi, Representatives Isaac Choy and Mark Nakashima, together with Senate President Shan Tsutsui and Speaker of the House of Representatives Calvin Say, are inviting the public to view art in the Legislative Offices at the Hawai'i State Capitol.

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