Jessica Picone's "Toy Dress for Fears" is among the roughly two dozen pieces on exhibit in Hawaii Glass Artists 6th Annual Exhibition at The ARTS at Marks Garage.
Capturing glass art ‘of the moment’
What's most exciting about Hawaii Glass Artists 6th Annual Exhibition is the diversity of work in the roughly two dozen pieces on display.
"There's everyone from established career artists like Rick Mills to beginners doing an exploration into glass," says Mark Mitsuda, president of the group. "We've got high schoolers from Punahou and university students who are semiprofessional, so this show is a broad survey of the types of glass work that's being done in Hawaii at the moment."
Jessica Landau's "Abacus."
The nonjuried show represents all members of the statewide group who submit works. Hawaii Glass Artists was founded in 1995, and in 1998, the group began bringing hot glass to the community through a series of workshops that continues today.
Hawaii Glass Artists 6th Annual Exhibition runs through March 29 at The ARTS at Marks Garage, 1159 Nuuanu Ave. Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesdays to Saturdays. Call 521-2903 or visit artsatmarks.com.
Hugh Jenkins' and Stephanie Ross' "Blue Low Form."
"Geode Plate" by Roarke Clinton.
Bud Spindt's "All Mixed Up."