Posted: January 12, 2019 Filed under: USkO | Tags: ‘Iolani Palace, downtown, Honolulu, state capitol
Today’s sketch event took us back to one of our favorite locations, the lawn of ʻIolani Palace, from where (in addition to the obvious attraction) many other sketch-worthy sights are a short stroll away, among them the King Kamehameha Statue, the State Public Library, and the State Capitol. Ample shade was an additional asset on a clear day that brought together sketchers from Oʻahu, Minneapolis, and Germany. Show-and-tell saw an even wider range of styles and techniques than usual, together with subjects that spanned the gamut from vignettes to sweeping views of the historic buildings around us. We ended the morning sharing stories about USk symposiums and favorite sketch materials.
Posted: April 12, 2018 Filed under: USkO | Tags: Art at the Capitol, state capitol
Last Friday evening, I visited the Hawaiʻi state capitol building to see the artwork on display in its hallways and the legislators’ offices. It was the tenth year of the Art at the Capitol event.
Flags were flown at half-staff, as recently retired U.S. Senator Daniel Akaka had died earlier that day.
Posted: March 24, 2018 Filed under: USkO | Tags: march, March for Our Lives, rally, state capitol
This morning, crowds gathered for Honolulu’s March for Our Lives at the state capitol. I sketched some of the action.
Posted: January 15, 2017 Filed under: USkO | Tags: rally, state capitol
Harald and I went to the State Capitol this morning for a national healthcare rally. Check out our sketches!