Oct 11 - Dec 27, 2020


Exhibit Detail

Three artists from Hawai‘i individually address issues informing abstraction in the 21st century.

Debra Drexler is professor of drawing and painting, UH Mānoa, with a working studio in New York. Her work communicates on many levels, through the dynamics of temperature, saturation, and focus.

Trained as an architect, Maui artist Don Bernshouse investigates the complexities of the human condition through a variety of materials in drawing, painting, and sculpture, with a focus on the work that transpires, rather than the process of creating.  

Tom Lieber has explored abstraction for over 40 years living on Kaua’i, using nature as inspiration in large-scale bold canvases imbued with dynamic gestural marks and a blended moody palette.

Exhibit-Related Events:

Exploring Abstraction through Color 
Saturday, May 9, 2020; Schaefer International Gallery; 5:30 – 8:00 pm 

Learn about color mixing and composition using Golden Artist Colors acrylic paint and mediums. The workshop will be taught by Debra Drexler, Professor in the Art Department at University of Hawai’i at Mānoa. 

Fee: $55. (Includes materials and snacks. No-host bar available for beverage purchases) 
This workshop is for adult learners 21 and over only

To reserve your space email: Jonathan@mauiarts.org

Image: Debra Drexler; Golden Stream; 2018; acrylic on canvas

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