1999 International Invitational Works on Paper Exhibition
Campus Center Gallery, University of Hawaii at Hilo, Hilo, Hawaii, October 1999-January 2000
The Art Department of University of Hawaii at Hilo celebrates the theme of "Educating the Spirit with Aloha" and the occasion of the Chancellor's Inauguration, with the opening of "The 1999 International Invitational Exhibition of Works on Paper." This exhibit will run from late October 1999 to February 2000 in the Campus Center Gallery. The gallery is located on the third floor of the Campus Center.
Since 1976, the Art Department has presented many successful international art exhibitions at the UHH. The exhibitions provide an opportunity for viewing original works of art from throughout the world and help to establish a network with the world art community. The exhibition provides an unique, personal experience for students, the University, and the public with many significant works of art.
The invitational exhibition of work on paper is rich and appealing. Each artist has submitted work distinguished because of techniques, style, and imagery. This diversity shows the wide-ranging possibilities of works on paper. Highly accomplished international artists in the 1999 exhibition include the following:
Trained in India and the United Kingdom, A. Balasubramaniam has exhibited widely throughout the world. Balasubramaniam is the recipient of numerous international awards for his excellent work. His awards include the 1998 Grand Prix in the World Print Festivalin Slovenia, the Grand Prix in the 5th International Biennial of Miniature Art in Yugoslavia, in 1998, and the Grand Prize Award, in Bhopal, India, in 1997.
Lise Drost is Assistant Professor and Head of Printmaking at the University of Miami. Drost has an impressive exhibition record in both public and private galleries throughout the U.S. She has received numerous grants, awards, and fellowships for her work. Most recently, she has received a research award from the University of Miami to pursue her large scale works on paper.
Adele Henderson teaches printmaking at the State University of New York at Buffalo. She has exhibited extensively throughout the United States. She presents four multicolor vitreographs, which are combinations of lithography and intaglio using glass plates. Her work includes additions of acrylics, inks, and oils.
Robyn Kahukiwa is an artist from Aoetearoa (New Zealand). She has an impressive record of exhibitions during the past twenty-five years. She has been active in the celebrating the strength and vitality of Maori ancestry and ideas in her visual presentations. Her work has also involved reflections of Maori woman and of motherhood. Kahukiwa has also gained acclaim through exhibitions in New Zealand, the United States, England, and Australia. She has also been involved in projects with other indigenous peoples in Hawaii and the U.S.
Clarence Morgan is Professor of Art at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Morgan received his MFA from the University of Pennsylvania and has also taught at East Carolina University in Greenville. As a senior artist, Morgan's reputation is well established through numerous reviews and articles of his work. He has exhibited throughout the U.S.
Robert Mueller is Associate Professor of printmaking at the University of Florida. Mueller has a distinguished career as printmaker, speaker, curator and juror throughout the United States. Recently Mueller received a Fulbright fellowship to pursue his interest in exotic landscapes in Iceland.
Hitoshi Nakazato was educated at the Tama Art University, in Tokyo , at the University of Wisconsin , and at the University of Pennsylvania. Professor Nakazato currently teaches at the University of Pennsylvania and has presented his work internationally for more than thirty years. He has a lengthy record of solo and group exhibitions throughout the world and is represented in prestigious collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, in New York, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the National Museum of Art, Kyoto, the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., the Brooklyn Museum, in N.Y., and the national museums in Osaka and Tokyo.
Sam Walker passed away in 1999. He was 49 years old. Walker was Associate Professor of Art at the University of Massachusetts. He studied at Rhode Island School of Design and received his MFA from Tyler School of Art, in Philadelphia. Walker had numerous international and national shows and a wide range of experience as visiting artist and presenter throughout the U.S. His work is included in many collections, including Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Wellesley College, Oberlin, and the Universities of North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Connecticut, and New York.
Barbara Yoshida was educated at Columbia University and Hunter College, N.Y. Currently she is teaching photography at the Manhattan Graphics Center. Yoshida has a broad range of teaching and exhibition experience in the U.S. Her photographs and articles have appeared in numerous publications, she well represented in national public and private collections, and has participated in a number of important publications and conferences on women and the arts.
For further information regarding the exhibit, please phone the Art Department at 974-7524 or the Campus Center at 974-7499.
|A. Balasubramaniam (India)|
|16-0||Silkscreen||22 X 30"|
|13-9-96 to 26-9-96 View. 10:30 PM||Silkscreen||22 X 30"|
|G.C.A.C.13.II||Silkscreen||22 X 30"|
|Limited from Unlimited||Pigment, Silkscreen||14 X 39"|
|Vertical and Horizontal||Silkscreen||22 X 30"|
|Lise Drost (Miami, Florida)|
|Pathway||Litho, Screen, Relief, Collage||60 X 240"|
|Adele Henderson (Buffalo, New York)|
|Cyclopedia Series #1 (Style)||Vitreograph||29.25 X 18.75"|
|Cyclopedia Series #2 (Stamen)||Vitreograph||26.75 X 20"|
|Cyclopedia Series #3 (Anther)||Vitreograph||27 X 21"|
|Cyclopedia Series #4 (Ovary)||Vitreograph||28 X 19.5"|
|Robyn Kahukiwa (New Zealand)|
|I Can Fly, I Can||Water Color on Indian Paper||14 X 14"|
|I Can Touch the Sky, I Can||Water Color on Indian Paper||14 X 13.5"|
|I Can Make My Dreams Come True, I Can||Water Color on Indian Paper||14 X 13.5"|
|I Am Somebody||Water Color on Indian-Paper||14 X 13.5"|
|I Am||Water Color on Indian Paper||14 X 13.50|
|Clarence Morgan (Minneapolis, Minnesota)|
|Overnight Travel||Mixed/media||22.5 X 30"|
|Static Memories||Mixed/media||22.5 X 30"|
|Hydrophyet||Mixed/media||22.5 X 30"|
|Remembering Spring||Mixed/media||22.5 X 30"|
|Given Another Chance||Mixed/media||22.5 X 30"|
|Robert Mueller (Gainesville, Florida)|
|Floater #1||Linoleum Block||29 X 40"|
|Floater #2||Linoleum Block||29 X 40"|
|Floater #3||Linoleum Block||29 X 40"|
|Floater #4||Linoleum Block||29 X 40"|
|Floater #5||Linoleum Block||29 X 40"|
|Hitoshi Nakazato (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [Japan])|
|Monado for line Outside||Acrylic on Fabriano Water Color Paper||40.5 X 30"|
|Monado of Line Outside||Acrylic on Fabriano Water Color Paper||40.5 X 30"|
|Monado in Line Outside||Acrylic on Fabriano Water Color Paper||40.5 X 30"|
|Monado by Line Outside||Acrylic on Fabriano, Water Color Paper||40.5 X 30"|
|Monado Vs. Sengai||Acrylic on Fabriano Water Color Paper||40.5 X 30"|
|Sam Walker (Boston, Massachusetts)|
|Raw||Etching||18 X 24.25"|
|Prime||Etching||24.25 X 20"|
|Clutch||Etching||16 X 26.25"|
|Hairline||Etching||18 X 23.5"|
|Cinch||Etching||26.75 X 21.75"|
|Barbara Yoshida (New York City)|
|Deer Carcass and Pumpkin Field||Photogravure||24 X 29"|
|Along the Beach, Apostle Islands National Lakeshore||Photogravure||24 X 19.75"|
|Tree Roots over Cliff, Acadia National Park||Photogravure||24 X 19.75"|
|Tree Roots over Geometric Rocks, Acadia National Park||Photogravure||24 X 19.75"|
|Pumpkins and Skull, Moonlight Series||Photogravure||22.25 X 18"|