Featured Oahu Sculpture Artists

Oahu Sculpture Artist Listings

Listed in alphabetical order


Mark Chai

Hand cut modern lamps and sculpture made of fine woods and recycled white plastic, carved into interlocking pieces of flowing curves, his designs of light and shadow reflect and fill the negative and positive spaces.

Mark Chai’s work has been seen in Dwell, New Yorker, House Beautiful, Sunset, Travel & Leisure, Home, Honolulu, and Hawaii Modern Luxury magazines, in the Wallpaper Honolulu City Guide, and on MTV’s “Real World.”

Mark’s art is his passion, his daily practice, and his meditation.

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Kim Duffett

A long time resident of Honolulu, Duffett has an extensive resume and specializes in both large scale public commissions and fine art sculpture.  He is best known for his twice life size work, “Kaha ka ‘Io me na Makani”, the three, iconic, hula kahiko dancers fronting the Hilton Hawaiian Village.  Duffett's artistic styles vary greatly, ranging between the representational to abstract.

‘Living in these soulful islands, I take my inspiration from the ‘Aina’, the land.  It is home, the source.  My sculpture is a way of expressing the many unspoken manifestations of the land that words fail to capture.’

For further information, artist's resume, current prices, purchases, or to discuss commissions, contact us directly.

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Phone : (808) 372-3136


Jodi Endicott

My sculptures have been described as having a whimsical yet surreal presence. Constructed of many different materials including hand-built concrete, ceramic or cast bronze, these works are showcased in private homes and corporate and public environments throughout the United States and Japan.

I received my MFA in sculpture from the University of Hawaii at Manoa in 1996. Some of the most interactive sculptures are "What's Next" , (Hawaii's most well-known bus stop rider in front of Bank of Hawaii), and "Tubers", made up of three bulbous floaters in inner tubes on the City Hall Park block. 

Public and private commissions available.

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Lynn Weiler Liverton

Lynn Weiler Liverton graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor’s of Architecture degree in 1988. After practicing Architecture in Boston and Honolulu for 4 years, she went back to school to earn a Master’s degree in Fine Arts from the University of Hawaii in 1996. 

Balancing her time between teaching and working as a professional artist, one of Liverton's artistic passion's is based on memorializing individuals. Her monumental sized bronze sculpture's can be seen throughout Hawaii and the mainland. 

Public and private commissions available.

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Kamran Samimi

Kamran Samimi presents different ways to observe the world around us.  While his materials and techniques vary, Kamran creates works of art which are both a tribute and response to the rich landscapes found throughout Hawai’i. Through the use of dissection, repetition, and abstraction, he seeks to uncover the essence within all things, ultimately encouraging mindful contemplation.

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Kevon Schiessel

As a Hawaiian, Schiessel is interested in using glass to contemporize forms of traditional Hawaiʻi and to introduce the material into the art historical context of his culture and home.  His material use of glass aims to highlight the fragile state of Hawaiian culture, as well as the hybridity of culture in Hawaiʻi nei, as Western pedagogy has privileged him means of investigating the material and its history.

With an emphasis on both aesthetics and conceptuality, Schiessels' work is exceptionally unique.

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Jonathan Swanz

Jonathan has been crafting art for 18 years developing facility in a variety of media with a focused refinement in the glass techniques of blowing, casting, carving, and sculpting. He has worked with exceptional artists across Europe and the US, including Paris, Venice, Copenhagen, New York, Seattle, and Chicago. He has completed extensive commercial and residential architectural commissions throughout the United States and has numerous works in permanent collections all over the world.

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Phone : 808-753-5109


George Woollard

George has been an artist and teacher living in Hawaii since 1977.  He is known for his versatility and inventive style of working in a variety of media.

He has had 28 solo shows and has been in approximately 320 group, invitational or juried exhibitions. Venues have included galleries and museums in France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Finland, Korea and Japan as well as spaces  in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles  and Honolulu.

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