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by Rena Fulgencio, JOUR 3000

 

Endicott’s sculptures can be found at public venues all over O‘ahu, including some locations close to the downtown campus, such as the plaza in front of Bank of Hawai‘i on Bishop Street, on Alapai Street by the Frank F. Fasi Municipal Building, and in Kailua by Foodland, and at the new Kalapawai Marketplace. Her paintings and smaller sculptures can be found at the Balcony Gallery in Kailua.

“ I wanted to make art that was accessible to the public,” Endicott said, referring to her public sculptures. However, recently, she has shifted her primary focus to mixed media painting. The Portland, Ore. native discovered that she could create a “history or memory or interplay in the paint.” She does this in the art works displayed at HPU’s Art Gallery through September 22.

Although exposed to art as a child through her mother’s and aunt’s involvement in ceramics, Endicott’s formal training did not begin until her teenage years when she began to study art at the Portland Art Museum. She continued her studies at Oregon’s Linfield College and Pacific University and in 1996 completed her Master of Fine Arts degree (in sculpture) at the University of Hawai‘i-Manoa. She learned how to paint at the Honolulu Academy of Arts.

“ The world is full of beautiful images that continue to educate me,” said Endicott.
 
 

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