Hawai‘i National Parks 2016 Centennial Juried Exhibition
Aug 30 - Nov 06, 2016

SEE PHOTOS FROM THE OPENING RECEPTION!

This unique exhibition will highlight an appreciation for the skills and creativity of artists and the essence of Hawai‘i’s National Parks. Artists were asked to submit new work inspired by Hawai‘i parks and monuments that conveys their personal interpretation of environmental, ecological, cultural, and political ideas.  With nearly 400 entries submitted from around the country, 77 works by 76 artists, from Hawai‘i and 12 other U.S. states have been selected to be part of the exhibit. All artists listed below.
Jurors are Jay Jensen, curator of contemporary art at Honolulu Museum of Art, and Nalani Kanaka‘ole, artist, kumu hula and cultural consultant.   

RELATED EVENTS:
Observe & Play Family Day
Saturday, October 1, 2016; 10am-12pm
This family program offers a guided walk-through of the gallery, a chance to meet exhibiting artists, enjoy some ranger-led activities, and make a piece of art to take home.

Exhibition is supported in part by the Hawai‘i Pacific Parks Association and Friends of Haleakalā, with cash awards sponsored by Haleakalā Ranch.

JURORS CHOICE AWARDS
Best in exhibition, overall work:
Mary Ann Leigh, Nene Threat Display Protects the Family
Best three-dimensional work:
Cathy Yoshihara, We Cannot Bury the Past
Best installation:
Jonathan Clark, Ahinahina in Mist
Jurors Honorable Mention:
Ken Charon, Ian Edmondson, Shaun Fleming, Wilma Nakamura, Bruna Stude
 

ALL PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: 
Rose Adare (Hawai‘i)  •  Kathleen Alexander (Maui)   •  Pamela Andelin (Maui)   •   Gwen Arkin (Maui)   •   Erika Baez (O‘ahu)   •   Debra Behr (California)  •  Bryan Berkowitz (Maui)  •  Judy Bisgard (Maui)  •  Alan Brown (Hawai‘i)  •  Tom Calhoun (Maui)   •  Hung Kwai Chan (O‘ahu)   •  Ken Charon (Hawai‘i)  •  Melissa Chimera (Maui)  •  Jonathan Clark (New York)  •  Michael Clements (Maui)  •  Christopher Cole (Maui)  •  Joseph Demaree (California)  •  Bob Douglas (Hawai‘i)  •  Ian Edmondson (Maui)  •  John Fansmith (Pennsylvania)  •  Kristin Fein (Maui)  •  Gerald Filipelli (Maui)  •  April Flanders (North Carolina)  •  Shaun Fleming (Maui)  •  Kit Gentry (Tennessee)  •  Ed Goldstein (Hawai‘i)  •  Ken Goodrich (Hawai‘i)  •  Kelsey Green (Kansas)  •  Cheryl Hachiya (Maui)  •  Stephen Haynes (O‘ahu)  •  Edgar Heap of Birds (Oklahoma)  •  Cora Hiranaka (O‘ahu)  •  Diana Nicholette Jeon (O‘ahu)  •  Linda Kane (O‘ahu)  •  Alina Kawai (O‘ahu)  •  Edwin Kayton (Hawai‘i)  •  Scott Lacasse (Maui)  •  Alan Lakritz (Hawai‘i)  •  Mary Ann Leigh (Maui)  •  Wayne Levin (Hawai‘i)  •  Kathleen MacDonald (Maui)  •  Kenne Brittain Mahoney (Kaua‘i)  •  Pat Mahony (California)  •  Julia Maudlin (Texas)  •  Michael McEachern (O‘ahu)  •  James McGrew (Oregon)  •  Jacob Medina (Hawai‘i)  •  Cesar Miro-Quesada (Maui)  •  Michael Mortara (Hawai‘i)  •  John Mydock (Hawai‘i)  •  Wilma Nakamura (Maui)  •  Paula Nokes (O‘ahu)  •  Tim O'Connor (Maui)  •  Darrell Orwig (Maui)  •  Lee Plevney (Maui)  •  Monty Preston (California)  •  Prajit Ravindran (Utah)  •  Marie Ritzman (Maui)  •  Delro Rosco (O‘ahu)  •  Wanda Russell (Maui)  •  Kay Lynne Sattler (Maui)  •  Christina Skaggs (Hawai‘i)  •  Olga Skorokhod (Oregon)  •  Jeffrey Skrimstad (California)  •  Stephen Smith (Maui)  •  Bruna Stude (Kaua‘i)  •  Robert Suzuki (Maui)  •  Jenna Szerlag (Maui)  •  Michael Takemoto (Maui)  •  Patricia Uehara (Hawai‘i)  •  Hilda Volkin (New Mexico)  •  Betsy Ward (Washington)  •  William Worcester (Maui)  •  Michael Worcester (Maui)  •  Kathy Yoshihara (California)  •  Doug Young (O‘ahu)