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Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center accepting entries for 2020 Annual Juried Exhibition

By Staff | Dec 26, 2019

Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center’s Annual Juried Exhibition provides the community with an opportunity to view current work of local artists in all media.

MAKAWAO – Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center’s Annual Juried Exhibition is set for Jan. 17 to Feb. 21, 2020.

The show will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with free admission.

Receiving Day will be Jan. 7, 2020, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the 2841 Baldwin Avenue art center.

The prospectus and entry forms are available online at huinoeau.com/exhibitions.

Ceramics, printmaking, sculpture, photography, painting, drawing, jewelry, digital media, fiber, wood, mixed media and all other creative explorations are welcome.

With no theme, this exhibition challenges artists to submit their best work created within the past two years.

Renowned guest jurors from Maui, Hawaii and beyond offer a different perspective for a unique show every year.

This year’s jurors include Maui artist Ed Lane.

Lane graduated with a major in History and minor in Fine Art from the University of Missouri. He served two years as an officer in the Air Force before beginning his advertising career.

He excelled in the creative aspects of advertising as a writer and art director.

He spends his days either in his Wailea studio or doing plein air paintings in Maui and the other Hawaiian Islands.

Lane’s paintings are in private and corporate collections in Maui, Honolulu, California, Arizona, New York, Washington, Illinois, England, Japan, Spain, France and Hungary.

He has been selected to be in over 65 juried shows in Hawaii and on the Mainland, and he has won numerous awards in national juried shows.

In 2001, the Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts purchased one of Lane’s paintings for the State Collection.

Hui No’eau’s 2019 Annual Juried Exhibition is sponsored by Jack Gray & Carolyn Schaefer Gray, Doug & Madeline Callahan, and Doug & Jill Schatz.

Hui No’eau’s year-round Exhibition Program is made possible with support from the Hawaii Tourism Authority.