Exhibits

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Digital Deviations 2012
Digital Fine Art Exhibition
August 26 - September 27, 2012

DASH presented new work in its third show at the Gallery on the Pali located in The First Unitarian Church of Honolulu, 2500 Pali Highway, Honolulu, HI. We greatly appreciate the ongoing support of the Gallery Team in accepting DASH's exhibit in this excellent and welcoming space.

DASH members explored the boundaries of expression, deviating from past perceptions as they presented unique images in this exciting medium. This year's show included abstract work, iterative images expressiong a whole, graphic design, images from the natural world, and phototgraphy. A selection of matted prints and cards complemented the exhibit at the artists' receptiosn. DASH Membership forms were available for interested artists. Participating artists were: Ellen Chapman, Joan Pabst Dubanoski, Derrick Elfalan, David Friedman, Marshall Heany, and Christine Ohtani-Chang.


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Digital Matters
Ho'omaluia Botanical Garden Lecture Room Gallery
45-680 Luluku Road, Kaneohe, HI 96744
April 3 - April 28th, 2011

Participating Artists: Ellen Chapman, Bobby Crockett, Joan Pabst Dubanoski, David Friedman, Carren Gaddis, Maurice Hutchinson, Diana Nicholette Jeon, Arthur Nelander



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dot dot DASH 2010
Digital Fine Art Exhibition
August 15 - September 9, 2010

The Gallery on the Pali and Gallery Director, Norma Nichols, sponsored this exhitibit. The Gallery is located at the First Unitrarian Church of Honolulu, 2500 Pali Highway, Honolulu, HI.

Included in the show were abstract work, conceptual art, graphic design, images for the natural world, animated painting in video presentation, iterative images expressing a whole, and a story board explaining the process of creating a digital image. Participating artists were: Ellen Chapman, Joan Pabst Dubanoski, David Friedman, Carren Gaddis, Maurice Hutchinson, Diana Nicholette Jeon, Chae Ho Lee, and Arthur Nelander.



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Digital Fine Art Exhibition
November 2 - December 11, 2008

The Gallery on the Pali and Gallery Director, Norma Nichols, sponsored this exhitibt. The Gallery is located in Honolulu, Hawai'i at the First Unitarian Church of Honolulu.

Digital fine art prints and mixed media techniques were presented on canvas and paper. Works included conceptual art, the human form, the natural world, abstract work, and graphic design. Participating artists were: Ellen Chapman, Margo Cook, Fred Domingo, Joan Pabst Dubanoski, Jim Egan, David Friar, Carren Gaddis, and Maurice Hutchinson.



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A Digital Fine Art Exhibition
in collaboration with
Digital Art Society of Hawai'i (DASH)
October 26, 2007 - November 16, 2007

This exhibit was sponsored by Toni Martin, Director, Gallery 'Iolani at Windward Community College, Kaneohe, Hawai'i. DASH member, Jan Hathaway, coordinated the invitational show as Chair. A broad range of digital fine are techniques was presented, including videos and prints on canvas, aluminum, and paper.


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Tropical Mosaic II Virtual Exhibit

September 1, 2004 - November 1, 2004

View DASH's second virtual international exhibit at World Printmakers. com website. The show was mounted by Arthur Nelander, DASH president, and Michael Booth, curator of World Printmakers site. Originating in Granada, Spain, the site enjoys exposure to a wide audience interested in traditional and digital contemporary fine art prints.



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Digitally Charged Entities 2003
Studio One Gallery Honolulu, Hawai'i
Jurors, Awards, and Mahalos
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Our aim was to bring together Hawai'i artists, who use digital media in their art practice, in an open juried exhibition of the best, most eclectic and interesting digital artwork being created within the State, work that would challenge viewers to question the status quo of digital media and its impact as an artmaking tool, as well as provoke dialogue about digital vs. traditional media.


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Tropical Mosaic 2002 Virtual Exhibit

View the Digital At Society's first virtual international exhibition at the World Printmakers.com website. Managed in Granada Spain by curator Michael Booth, the World Printmakers site enjoys exposure to a wide audience interested in contemporary fine art prints.



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For the Love of Art
February 2002

For the Love of Art, a members' show, took place at the Che Pasta Restaurant Gallery in Honolulu, Hawai'i. A wide variety of digital applications and printing method was represented




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Art Without Brushes: Contemporary Image Making/Emerging Visions

June 2001

This exhibit, DASH's summer show, was juried by multimedia artist Peter Chamberlain. Marcia Morse reviewed the show in the Honolulu Weekly (July4 - 10, 2001).


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