Frank B. Shaner's "Moon and Daisy Field" is among those showing at Louis Pohl Gallery.
Non-artists’ art show
The Louis Pohl Gallery will show the works of those whose day jobs take them outside the world of art, in "Art: The Language Everyone Understands," on display Friday through June 30. A free reception will be held 5 to 9 p.m. during First Friday festivities in the Downtown/Chinatown district.
Artists in the show include dress designer Takeo, former Lt. Gov. Mazie Hirono, radio personality Frank B. Shaner and Judge Leslie Hayashi.
Other highlights during this month's First Friday include:
» "Small Kine Show," presented by Hawaii Watercolor Society at The ARTS at Marks Garage.
» "Summer Dance," a contemporary dance showcase at the Hawaii State Art Museum.
» "Great Impressions, Contemporary Prints of Hawaii" at The Exhibit Space at 1132 Bishop Street, featuring works by 30 printmakers. Reception runs 4 to 5:30 p.m.
Other venues participating: The Art Board, The Cathedral Gallery, The Contemporary Museum at First Hawaiian Center, Pegge Hopper Gallery, Ramsay Museum, Bethel Street Gallery, Daspace, Details Gallery, Got Art?, Jeff Chang Pottery, New Life Gallery, Pacific Traditions Gallery, Studio of Roy Venters, thirtyninehotel, Toshiko Takaezu Ceramics Studio at YWCA, Che Pasta Café, Hanks Cafe Honolulu, Jo Fraticelli's Nesting House, Kaimalino Designs, One Night Stand in the Chinatown Courtyard, Tea at 1024, Duc's Bistro, HASR Wine Company, Keiki Photography, Mercury, Pipedreams, rRed Elephant, Sourcing Asia and Urban Nomad.
Takeo's "Dark Summer Night/Firefly."
Leslie Hayashi's untitled watercolor