“Local Color” – An exhibition of paintings by David Friedman
Artists’ Reception: Saturday, April 13, 6 – 8 pm.
Honolulu’s Gallery on the Pali announces “Local Color”, an exhibition of paintings by David Friedman.
The exhibition will run April 7, 2019, through Thursday, May 16 at GOTP, located at the First Unitarian Church at 2500 Pali Highway.
Gallery Hours (Closed Monday and Saturday): Tuesday through Friday 9 am – 2 pm, and Sundays 9 am to 1 pm.
ABOUT THE EXHIBIT: David Friedman explores the dynamic use of color which is his metaphor for spirit. Radical color for Friedman is the aliveness, energy and pulse of life. His art is about joy, appreciation and celebration.
A Kailua based award winning artist, his creative experience includes Graphic & Exhibit Design, Filmmaking, Arts Advocacy and Teaching. His art explores themes that feature Paths, Gardens, Mountains, Coastlines, Portraiture & Illusion. He has produced logos, print media, murals, visual games & video animations as well as commercial signage for offices, hotels & airports.
Friedman’s creative evolution is fueled by the dynamic matrix of Fine, Graphic and Media Arts on a creative spectrum from Vermeer to Vasarely to Virtual Reality.
For more information, please call the First Unitarian Church Office at (808) 595-4047 or e-mail Gallery@UnitariansofHI.org
On the web @ Unitariansofhi.org/exhibits