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oahu art classes & workshop listings

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George Eguchi Painting Classes

Learn how to paint landscapes and seascapes with the palette knife using oils on canvas. Topics to be covered include: knife strokes, composition, natural color mixing, value and chroma. Learning these basic concepts will help you add depth to your paintings, establish a focus and create drama by using highlights and shadows. This class is open to anyone who enjoys painting and wants to expand their abilities!

To reserve your space or for more information about private lessons/workshops, please call (808) 398-8178 or email

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Hawaiian Graphics - 1923 S. Beretania Street Honolulu, Hawaii  96826 - (808) 973-7171
 


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Gyotaku by Naoki Hayashi

About 100 years ago in Japan, fishermen created gyotaku prints to record their prized catches. Gyotaku is created by pressing rice paper onto a fish covered with ink or paint.

Artist Naoki Hayashi began making gyotaku prints at age 11. Since then he has refined and mastered his unique gyotaku process. Each of Naoki's gyotaku pieces is created using non-toxic acrylic paints and Japanese shoji paper.

Contact us to schedule a class with artist Naoki where you will learn about the history of Gyotaku & Gyotaku by Naoki and get a first hand experience of how this art is made from beginning to end.

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Phone : (808) 330-2823


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Honolulu Museum of Art School

The Honolulu Museum of Art School, opened in 1990 in the historic Linekona building, is the hub of the Honolulu Museum of Art's arts education programming. Education was the driving force behind the founding of the museum, and the museum has offered classes and tours since it opened in 1927. Today, the Art School reaches approximately 60,000 children and adults each year through studio art classes, workshops with visiting artists, school programs, outreach programs, and exhibitions.

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Siobhan Wisdom - Eye Dream Designs

Eye Dream Designs is proud to present beginner stained glass classes that may be bought as a package along with a basic starter kit. The classes usually run an 8 week course.

In our beginner stained glass class you will learn to cut glass, use copper foil, solder, apply designs, and clean your finished piece.

This class is the perfect gift for a friend or family member who may be interested in the arts.

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Phone : (808) 226-4061


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George Woollard Art Classes

George gives private lessons out of his studio in Honolulu and teaches at the Honolulu Museum of Art School. The classes always involve a demonstration/lecture, time to work and a group critique. Students are encouraged and share with each other. His classes are open to all levels of experience.

George has inspiring and unusual approaches to art making and to teaching that many find stimulating.

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