Haleiwa Art Gallery

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Makua
Ed Furuike, "Makua"
Oil on canvas, 20x30, $4,000
Underwater scenes are not a common subject for impressionist painter, Ed Furuike, but he was inspired to paint Makua after seeing a stunning photograph by another fine artist at Haleiwa Art Gallery, Chris Knight. Knight was honored for his work to be used as inspiration by an artist as renowned as Furuike and was amazed how the coral he saw on his dive translated so well into oil paint.

The original photograph was taken near Makua Arch, off Yokohama Bay in leeward Oahu.

ABOUT US

For 20 years, Haleiwa Art Gallery has been at the center of Oahu’s local art community, providing a much-needed venue for island-based artists to display their work. At Haleiwa Art Gallery, we strive to reach a wide audience and provide artistic experiences to enrich the lives of as many people as possible. With an emphasis on diversity, we carry original artwork and fine art prints in a range of styles, subjects, and mediums. Currently, the gallery features the fine artwork of approximately 20 Pacific Island artists, with collections large enough to demonstrate the full spectrum of each artist’s ability. We hold the largest collection of works by the late Al Furtado, and represent other fine artists including Ed Furuike, Lance Fairly, Mark Howard, and XQ Silk Art. 
Please call with any questions about our artists or upcoming events
808-637-3368

WHAT'S HAPPENING

  1. Morbi nunc odi
    Haleiwa Art Walk
    SATURDAY: AUG 12, 2017
    Join us for free refreshments, live ukulele music, and mingling with the artists. 3-8pm
  2. Morbi nunc odi
    Haleiwa Art Walk
    SATURDAY: SEP 9, 2017
    Join us for free refreshments, live ukulele music, and mingling with the artists. 3-8pm
  3. Morbi nunc odi
    Haleiwa Art Walk
    SATURDAY: OCT 14, 2017
    Join us for free refreshments, live ukulele music, and mingling with the artists. 3-8pm