Native Hawaiian Arts Market 2013

25 05 2013
Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Hawaii

Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Hawaii. Native Hawaiian artists will gather here this weekend. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Good morning! It’s the beginning of a big weekend and I sincerely hope yours will be fine, as in the finest. I am getting things together for the Native Hawaiian Arts Market at the Bishop Museum in Honolulu where I’ll be on Sunday, May 26 – yikes, that’s tomorrow! – from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with my oil paintings. (It’s on today until 7 p.m., however I will not be there until tomorrow.)

Some of the paintings are newer than the ones pictured in “Paintings” and “Retrospective” – please see the menu tabs above. I will have originals and giclée reproductions too.

Miraculously, a space for me to exhibit was secured only yesterday after I got a call. But I’m a pro and I’ll be ready to greet you if you come. If you like my art, I will work with you so that you can own it! Special admission for kama‘āina residents is $5. If you have not visited Hawaiian Hall, where DH is a docent on Fridays, this will be a good time to do that too! Worth it!

The entrance to the Bishop Museum is on Bernice Street in Honolulu. I’ll let you know how it goes. I am so grateful for this opportunity at this venue. Thank you! Mahalo e ke Akua! See you soon.

Miss Marvelous enjoys the art show at the Bishop Museum in 2010. Painting is now with a private collector. I have new ones to show at tomorrow's Native Hawaiian Arts Market!

Miss Marvelous enjoys the art show at the Bishop Museum in 2010. She lives in Italy now. The painting on the left is now with a private collector. I have new ones to show at tomorrow’s Native Hawaiian Arts Market!

Copyright 2013 Rebekah Luke
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