53rd Annual Hawai‘i Regional Scholastic Art Awards Exhibition: Selected Works (2016)

Posted on Feb 21, 2016 in Arts Education, Blog Post, Exhibitions, Hawaii State Art Museum, Past Exhibitions, Scholastic Student Art Awards, Student Art Exhibit

Pastel drawing of happy man with big smile, wearing a colorful print flowered shirt
Be Happy

by Ji Eun Yang, Grade 12
University Laboratory School
Pastels
Teacher: Matthew Miller

 

 

A colorful hand holding a paintbrush paints a small canvas of two south Asian Indian figures (a man and woman dressed in colorful garb). Behind them a colorful, shiny statue of the two figures.

A Cultured Hand
by Jasmine Patel, Grade 12
Seabury Hall School
Acrylic Paint, Canvas, Wood, Plaster, Beads, Nail Polish
Teachers: Lenda McGehee, Wendy Romanchak

 

 

Chinatown scene: buther with knife in hand cutting raw meat with customer on other side of counter

The Butcher
by Sean Joshua Lopez, Grade 12
Leilehua High School
Adobe Photoshop
Teacher: Keith Sasada

 

 

Black bird photoshopped with black feather shaped pieces on body

Black Bird
by Anthony Giambelluca, Grade 10
Mid-Pacific Institute
Photoshop, Camera
Teacher: Marcie Moura

 

 

Photograph of Filipino man rowing on stand-up flat boat

Pinoy Rower
by Ashley Randolph, Grade 11
Leilehua High School
Adobe Photoshop
Teacher: Keith Sasada

 

 

Long dress made of black and white cable ties

Shadows
by Maya Woo, Grade 9
`Iolani School
Acrylic Paint, Spray Paint, Wire, Cable Ties
Teacher: Holly Chung

 

 

A open vessel made of wrapped wire with hexagon pattern, painted bright red, orange and yellow

Fiery Freedom
by Sinautuloa Sataraka, Grade 8
`Iolani School
Copper, Paper, Watercolor Paint, Wire, Wood
Teacher: Holly Chung

 

 

Photograph of three young children in silhouette against background of water and mountains

5 Enjoyment
by Faith Hussey, Grade 12
Kamehameha Schools Kapalama Campus
Adobe Photoshop, DSLR Camera
Teacher: James Dong

 

 

Blue and red anatomical heart on white rod with electrical cord coming from it on white base.

Unplugged
by Kyra Tan, Grade 9
`Iolani School
Clay, Enamel Paint, Found Objects, Spray Paint, Wood
Teacher: Holly Chung

 

 

Boy standing with back to viewer, his body painted black. He holds a black box over his left shoulder.

$7/hr.
by Carter Schneider, Grade 11
Mid-Pacific Institute
D3300 Nikon, Television, Human Body Painted and Photographed, Photoshop
Teacher: Erin Carnes

 

 

Painting of a bright orange-red tiger with sky blue streaks on head and body

The Tiger From The Other Side
by June Hsu, Grade 8
Island School
Acrylic Paint, Plexiglass
Teacher: Penny Nichols

 

 

Hand with iridescent black bronze rings on index finger to pinkie finger, two to three rings on each finger

Exo-skeleton
by Maya Oda, Grade 9
`Iolani School
Bronze
Teacher: Evan Tottori

 

 

Two Asian boys facing in opposite directions, both with purple hair. Kanji characters between and 8 colors dots, moving from dark purple on left to sienna on the right.

Kim Minseok
by Jayna Wong, Grade 12
St. Andrew’s School
FireAlpaca
Teacher: Alethia Donathan