Invitational Masters Show opens today

  • “Food for the Whole ‘Ohana” by Robert Woodward is among the pieces being shown in the 37th Invitational Masters Show. (Courtesy photo/Special to West Hawaii Today)

  • ”The Source” by Michael Patrick Smith is among the pieces being shown in the 37th Invitational Masters Show. (Courtesy photo/Special to West Hawaii Today)

  • “Breach” by Scott Zuziak is among the pieces being shown in the 37th Invitational Masters Show. (Courtesy photo/Special to West Hawaii Today)

The 37th Invitational Masters Show opens today at Isaacs Art Center at Hawaii Preparatory Academy.

The Hawaii Wood Guild exhibit is free and open to the public 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday through Feb. 24, including on the Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Presidents’ Day holidays. An opening reception is slated today from 4 to 6 p.m.

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Isaacs Art Center has hosted the Hawaii Wood Guild’s annual Masters Invitational Show since 2009. This year’s exhibition will feature furniture, sculptures, and wood art by noted island artisans — Marcus Castaing, Kelly Dunn, Mike Felig, Mats Fogelvik, David Gomes, Nicole Gomes, Scott Hare, Cliff Johns, Jeffrey Kurash, Noah Lake, Tai Lake, Duane Millers, John Mydock, Tom O’Connor, Gregory Paul, Les Pedersen, David Reisland, Paul Schuerch, Timothy Shafto, Michael Patrick Smith, John Strohbehn, Robert Woodward, David Young, and Scott Zuziak — that reflect innovative materials and techniques. All items in the show are available for purchase.

“We are looking forward to another extraordinary Hawaii Wood Guild show,” said Mollie Hustace, the Isaacs Art Center director. “We are thrilled to have so many noted artists participating with more than 50 exquisite works on display, and we invite everyone to enjoy this spectacular exhibit.”

Isaacs Art Center, 65-1268 Kawaihae Road, features some of the finest Hawaiian and Asian art from the 19th and 20th centuries.

The gallery works for sale may also be viewed by visiting isaacsartcenter.hpa.edu/. Ongoing exhibitions are also featured on the Gallery’s Instagram and Facebook pages. Proceeds from gallery artwork have supported the HPA Financial Aid program since its opening in 2004. For more information, contact the gallery at (808) 885-5884.

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