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Friday, October 13, 2000


Hawaii Craftsmen
Kathy McClelland Cowan's "Mercury in the Water,"
winner in the glass category, is on display at the
Hawaii Craftsmen's exhibition.

From fiber to glass,
isle craftsmen show
off their finest

Hawai'i Craftsmen's 33rd Annual Statewide Exhibition runs today through Nov. 5 at the Academy Art Center at Linekona, 1111 Victoria St.

Exhibition juror Marcia Morse traveled statewide in search of the best work to display. She will discuss her selections and share insights into the state of crafts in the islands during a walk-through from 10 to 11:30 a.m. tomorrow in the gallery.

Morse is a tenured professor of art at Honolulu Community College who remains active as an artist.

Hawai'i Craftsmen, founded in 1966, is a nonprofit organization with a mission to educate the public and support member craftsmen through workshops and juried exhibitions.

Exhibition winners are:

Bullet Fiber: J. Wilson, for "Blue Diamonds"
Bullet Clay: Steve Martin, for "Untitled #3"
Bullet Metal: Michael Lee, for "Interracial Tripods"
Bullet Wood: R.W. Butts, for "Refuge Bowl"
Bullet Glass: Kathy McClelland Cowan, for "Mercury in the Water"

For more information about the show, call 596-8128.

Beautiful baubles

Bead it down to Ward Warehouse from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow when experts will demonstrate the various techniques you can use to put together crafty pieces.

Several bead artists will show finger weaving, needle weaving and wire and loom work to create jewelry and other bead objects.

The free workshops will take place in the Kewalo Room. Among the artisans will be Ann Teruya, Charlene Tashima, Mary Kamiya, Joel Park, Alicia Kawano-Oh, Barbara Edelstein, Alethia Donathan and Sarah Chinen.

Bead workers may bring their own materials or buy them at the workshop. Kits, looms, glass, fibers, threads and an assortment of beads will be available.

Information: 591-8411, ext. 231.

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