Windward artists featured in Gallery ʻIolani exhibition

Left: Jared Wickware, copperplate engraving, Right: Mary Ann Long, mixed media

More than 100 works demonstrating the spirit of the windward art of Oʻahu will be exhibited at Windward Community College’s ʻIolani Gallery from February 4 to March 4.

Woman in colorful wrapper reaching for a fruit
Carol D’Angelo, oil on linen
Black and white portrait of a person
Kimberly Keys, oil

Impressions/Expressions features the work of members of the Windward Artists Guild, an exceptional group of local artists.

Works by established professional artists as well as newcomers to the art community highlight the joys and wonders of art.

The exhibit will be open to the public under COVID-19 protocols. Check the gallery’s website or call (808) 236-9155 for up-to-date information.

“Artists transform their impressions of the world around them into expressions of the impact those impressions have on their minds and hearts,” the exhibitions chair said. Liz Corbin of the Wind Artists Guild.

“The art in this exhibition reflects this process in the varied subjects and wide range of media.”

Impressions/Expressions is open Monday to Friday and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. An artists’ reception is scheduled for Friday, February 11 from 4 to 7 p.m.

ʻIolani Gallery Celebrates 30 Years of Windward Exhibitions CCfeaturing works by local, national and international artists.