Star-Bulletin Features

Sunday, July 8, 2001


"Eggs," a pastel by Fong Ling, won an Award of
Excellence at "The Sky's The Limit" art show.

Artists group to
exhibit work at botanical
garden gallery


On View In The Islands

By Suzanne Tswei

It seems fitting that in the lush setting of Ho'omaluhia Botanical Garden, landscape paintings should outnumber other kinds of art. But abstract watercolors, a bronze sculpture and forms of expression are also part of the Association of Hawai'i Artists exhibition at the Kaneohe park's art gallery.

The show was juried by John Wisnosky, University of Hawaii Art Department chairman, and Daisy Holzman, who owns the Gallery & Gardens LLC in Kahaluu. It is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday through July 28. Call 395-3238. A reception will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. next Sunday.

Shown is a detail of "Spirit Sky," an oil painting
by Susie Anderson that won Best of Show in
"The Sky's The Limit" art show.

"Dozens of Flowers in 3-D" is the work of
Thomas McCluskey, who mixed fluorescent powders
with oils and/or acrylics, using a layering technique
to create the work. The piece is meant to be seen
under ultraviolent light with 3-D glassses.

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