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Hilo Art Museum Collections

Hilo Art Museum collections.

Puff by Lyn HoweWe are proud to have included in our collection, "Puff" a magnificent bronze and concrete sculpture by Lyn Howe.

Thank you to R. Janis Parker for the donation of her original work, "Lehua Dance." This work is a 19cm x 7.6cm bas relief ceramic, finely textured and hand painted. It is a fine addition to our collection.

"Man Sits With Shell As Wild Woman Leaves" was graciously donated by the artist, Suzanne Dix.

Thank you to the Davey Family Foundation for the generous donation of the Sudlow painting, "The Violinist", oil on canvas 30cm x 40cm. The subtle gray tones of this fictional portrait contrast wonderfully with the warmth of the violinist.

An anonymous benefactor has also donated three original works by Hawaiian print maker, Dan Hoskins. These fun works are a fine addition to the museum collection.

Stephen Freedman and Jamie Stokes have donated, "Dilapidated" a unique stoneware sculpture and "Fractal #7" a stunning porcelain and stoneware work.

Collection News

Woman - Willem de Kooningde Kooning drawings donated by museum friend
Abstract Expressionist, Willem de Kooning's colored graphite, "Woman" 22.86cm by 38.1cm and the untitled pastel 30.48cm by 21.59cm are to be made a part of the HAM permanent collection. They were generously donated by museum friend, Philip Righter.

Untitled - Willem de Kooning

Originally born in Rotterdam, Netherlands de Kooning landed in the United States in 1926 as a stowaway on a British freighter, the SS Shelly, arriving in Newport News, Virginia.
Two Monkeys - Pablo Picasso Picasso's "Two Monkeys" donated to the HAM
Pablo Picasso's "Two Monkeys" was recently donated to the Hilo Art Museum's permanent collection by Roberto Malini of Studio d'Arte Pinakos in Milan, Italy. This playful drawing will delight visitors of all ages.
Egg - Emily DuBois Emily DuBois donates "Egg"
Emily DuBois, noted contemporary fiber artist, has donated a wonderful example of her weaving. It is the first piece of fiber art in the Hilo Art Museum collection.