Art in Public Places: Hawaiian Home Lands Kapolei Office (November 2023)

December 1, 2023

Fourteen artworks from the SFCA Art in Public Places Collection have recently been installed in the State of Hawaiʻi Department of Hawaiian Home Lands office in Kapolei. Works include two kapa pieces by National Heritage Fellow Roen Hufford, who grows wauke, makes kapa, and teaches on Hawaiian Home Lands in Waimea, Hawaiʻi Island.

Photo: SFCA Art in Public Places Exhibit Specialists Pete Powlison and José De Jesus González hanging “Makawalu” by Herman Piʻikea Clark, SFCA Art in Public Places Collection.

Image Gallery

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List of Artists and Artworks

  • Herbert Kawainui Kane – “Vaka of Atiu (Southern Cook Islands)” oil painting, 1972
  • Iris Ikawa – “Puako Treeway” lauhala wall sculpture, 1977
  • N. Robert Wagstaff – “After the Rain” gouache on paper painting, 1999
  • William Christopher Lowry – “Untitled (Bowl)” hand blown glass vessel
  • Carl Fieber – “Ba-Shari” ceramic raku, wire, and copper, 2002
  • Philip Markwart – “Ma Ka Ulu Hala” hand stamped washi (Japanese paper) made from mulberry
  • Jim Meekhof – “Amber Translucence” turned wood vessel, 2015
  • Mark Tanabe – “Izanagi Izanami” wood sculpture, 2016
  • Roen Hufford – “Lei hulu” kapa, 2020
  • Roen Hufford – “Kumulipo (Source of Life)” kapa, 2021
  • Keala Kai – “Hawaiian Makau”, pencil drawing, 2021
  • Herman Piʻikea Clark – “Makawalu”, relief and digital print, 2023
  • Kunane R.A. Wooton – “Kaʻi I Ke Kua” granite and ʻōhiʻa wood, 2019
  • Jerry Okimoto – “Structural Composition #10” white pine veneer sculpture

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