This exhibition features a group of eight printmakers from Hawaii. Though “piko” in Hawaiian means belly button or navel, it also has many other connotations. It can refer to the centre/balance or the creative source –implying that Hawaii is the creative source or centre of the Pacific… a gathering place, a mix of cultures from many other island nations. This is reflected in the printmakers’ imagery and approach to art.
Ka Piko – Hawaiian Printmakers
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June 17, 2017 – July 23, 2017 all-day