Holiday Change Up: Shop Local Prints...and More!

Nov 22, 2013

Printmaker AJ Feducia in the Honolulu Museum of Art School's print studio
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AJ Feducia's Portfolio print, a soft ground and aquatint etching, here, unfinished
Credit Pajaro Capitan
Printmaker Ualani Davis with a cyano print fragment
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Marika Emi's Portfolio print, a 2 layer lithograph from wooden type off a letter press
Credit Marika Emi
Printmaker Marika Emi in the HMA print studio---note t-shirt from the Offsetter, a new online culture magazine based in Honolulu
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The annual holiday gifting season is poised at the gate, and shoppers will be wooed and tracked for the power they wield.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa offers a look at way to get original, one of a kind works, stretch your dollars and support local arts and artists at the same time.

Insiders know this is a great place to get unique, affordable art---trust your taste and jump in!

The Honolulu Printmakers’ "Impressions" Benefit Print Sale runs November 29th to December first at the Honolulu Museum of Art School at Linekona,  10-4 daily. 

The Director's Portfolio features a limited edition of prints by up and coming artists, Drew Broderick, Ualani Davis, Marika Emi and AJ Feducia.

Insider's scour the HMA seasonal sales for affordable and delightful works, often by established artists.  The Studio Benefit Sale featuring jewelry, ceramics, glass and textiles opens Tuesday night, November 26th, 5:30 to 8 in the large HMA School gallery.   This sale runs through December 8th , 10am to 6pm daily.

All proceeds benefit the HMA education programs and studios.