Each year since 1978, the Honolulu Japanese Chamber of Commerce supports the business of art in Hawai‘i by holding an exhibition of the best works of local artists. Among the selected works of this year were six from our very own Art School instructors.
“The HJCC Exhibition is one of the most prestigious shows in the state of Hawai‘i—so of course, I was honored and feel absolutely elated about having my work selected,” Art Instructor John McCaskill says.
The exhibition will open on Aug. 16 at the Honolulu Museum of Art School. View the artwork before checking out their offered classes and learning from the best:
Ashley Huang, Art Instructor, Adult Ceramics and Young Artist
Check out Huang’s Hand-building class, Sept. 14-Dec. 14.
George Woollard, Art Instructor, Adult Watercolor and Printmaking
Hiroko Sakurai, Art Instructor, Adult Paper and Book Arts
Check out Sakurai’s classes, The Art of East Asian Traditional Mounting: Scrolls and Screens, Sept. 14-21, and Introduction to Scroll Mounting, Oct. 19-Nov. 30.
John McCaskill, Art Instructor, Adult Printmaking
Check out McCaskill’s Introduction to Relief Printmaking class, Sept. 11-Oct. 23.
Jon Vongvichai, Ceramics Program Manager, Adult Ceramics
Check out Vongvichai’s class Ceramics Expression, Sept. 11-Dec. 4.
Lauren Okano, Art Instructor, Young Artist
View all of the Art School’s Fall 2018 offerings here.