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by Marquise Brack, staff writer
The HPU Art Gallery featured its annual student artist, staff, faculty, and alumni mixed-media exhibition from March 18 to April 27. The gallery is located in the Academic Center on the Hawai‘i Loa campus and displayed paintings, photography, and drawings. All students, staff, faculty, and alumni were invited to submit their artwork, but the final selections were made by a group of panel members that included Dr. Jerome Feldman, professor of Art History at HPU.

“ I enjoyed submitting work so much last year that I participated in the exhibit again this year,” said Rachel Clough, marine biology major. “It’s interesting because you get to see the diversity of media used by all the artists. It’s exciting to see faculty involved in the exhibit and is really inspirational as an artist to see other’s work.”

Selected works were sold during the exhibit at the artist’s discretion, and each artist received the full proceeds from such sales.

The annual exhibition helps connect HPU to the local art community while embracing and displaying a variation of media submissions that are reflective of HPU’s diversity, said Feldman.


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