Everett graduated from the University of Hawai‘i-Manoa
with a major in sculpture and ceramics, but she is best known
for her two-dimensional abstracts and figurative monoprints.
Each of her prints is a unique original, she explained.
Everett paints most of her work at the Honolulu Print Makers,
and has shown locally for many years, but this is her first time
showing at the HPU Art Gallery.
Kamiya is also a graduate from UH-M and majored in finance,
but found her passion in sculpting. She has had an interest
making since she was very young, but in the last three years,
she has focused on bronze casting.
Kamiya has been involved in several local shows over the last
18 months, and will be showing two prints and 10 sculptures at
the HPU Art Exhibition.
The show runs Monday through Sunday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and
admission is free. The exhibition is open to the public.
Everett said she was excited to be showing with Kamiya, because
she thinks their work relates well together. She said, it celebrates
the relationship between “two die hard birders and their