Concurrent retrospective exhibitions of two prominent Hawai‘i artists, Marcia Morse and George Woollard, will trace each artist’s path by highlighting notable bodies of work that offer a window into their conceptual direction and material sensibility throughout different phases of their distinct four-decade careers. In addition to their studio work, both artists have made notable contributions to the Hawai‘i art scene through extensive teaching and academic involvement.
Marcia Morse’s gift of writing has helped shape the careers of artists and the dialogue of contemporary art in Hawai‘i, while she has maintained a studio practice versed in printmaking, papermaking, and textile. Click HERE to view or download the artist's exhibit brochure.
George Woollard is prolific in painting, sculpture, drawing, and printmaking, and places equal emphasis on the teaching of these disciplines and the pursuit of his own studio work. Click HERE to view or download the artist's exhibit brochure.
Women in Black I, 2007
photogravure, etching, aquatint with chine collé
Makapu'u Point Revealed, 1979