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Monday, July 11, 2011

2011 Hale'iwa Arts Festival - July 16th & 17th.


Haleiwa Arts Festival

Fourteenth Annual Summer Event
July 16 & 17, 2011


The Hale'iwa Arts Festival Fourteenth Annual Summer ArtFest features Juried Visual Artists, plus Musicians, Singers, Dancers, Cultural/Historical Tours, Student Art, Art Demonstrations and Children's Art Activities – Saturday, July 16, 10am-6pm, and Sunday, July 17, 10am-5pm, 2011, in Historic Hale‘iwa Town on the North Shore of Oahu. Free Admission.
The Hale'iwa Arts Festival non-profit organization will present its Fourteenth Annual Summer ArtFest July 16 & 17, 2011, at the Hale'iwa Beach Park in Historic Hale'iwa Town, on Oahu's beautiful North Shore.
The Hale'iwa Arts Festival event activities include approximately 140 juried visual artists with original works and limited editions, both traditional and contemporary, in oil, acrylic, ceramic, photography, sculpture, watercolor, fabric, jewelry and glass, as well as other media. Their art will be available for viewing and purchase directly from the artists.

The Hale'iwa Summer ArtFest will also include performance arts, with performers presenting original music and dance with audience participation encouraged. Also included are cultural history tours, arts demonstrations and displays, and a host of hands-on children's activities.
Our "Cool Stuff to Buy" booth will include our new limited edition poster prints and shirts. And we may have a small quantity of limited edition posters and shirts from past events.
A broad selection of food and beverages will be available at the ArtFest site and also throughout Hale'iwa Town, which is noted for its excellent eateries from local style to fine dining. You can't stay hungry this weekend!
In addition, several North Shore businesses and galleries will be offering special events, attractions, and promotions throughout the area during this "Celebrate the Arts in Hale'iwa" weekend. Stop and go at your leisure as you have an opportunity to experience a weekend filled with a variety of activities, events and promotions here in our unique North Shore community.
Hale'iwa Arts Festival programs have been supported in part by: the Hawaii Tourism Authority and the City and County of Honolulu, Kamehameha Schools, CVS/Longs Drugs, Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Hawaii Media Inc., Catchworld, Louibueno's Mexican and Seafood, Pizza Bob's, Aoki's Shave Ice, Hale'iwa Joe's Seafood Grill, Jameson's By The Sea, Turtle Bay Resort, Team Real Estate, the Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts through appropriations from the Legislature of the State of Hawaii and the National Endowment for the Arts, and by our many individual contributors, members and volunteers.
"Celebrate the Arts! Rediscover the Artist Within!" Spend a special day with your family and friends at the Fourteenth Annual Hale'iwa Arts Festival Summer ArtFest, in Historic Hale'iwa Town, on Oahu's beautiful North Shore, Saturday and Sunday, July 16th & 17th, 2011.
Browse our website menu and the links to our sponsors and previous artists for additional information.
The Hale'iwa Arts Festival is a member in good standing with:
International Festivals & Events Association
International Festivals & Events Association

North Shore Chamber of Commerce
For information about other activities and events here in Hawaii, please visit:

HALE'IWA HARBOR by Mark Brown
2011 Poster
"HALE'IWA HARBOR"
by Mark N. Brown


Mark N. Brown was born and raised in Hawaii and has been painting professionally for 15 years. A majority of his paintings have been done on location, “en plein air,” that is, outdoors at the actual site of the subject matter.
His painting of "Hale'iwa Harbor," (the original painting measures 36" x 48"), which was chosen for the Hale'iwa Arts Festival 2011 poster, was done at the North Shore boat harbor near the festival site.
Mark teaches a weekly plein air painting class with the University of Hawaii at Manoa Outreach College, a class that meets at varied scenic locations around the island.
He also mentors a weekly uninstructed life drawing group at Linekona Art Center. He credits these studies with his interest in capturing the gestures of humans or nature in his paintings. Mark likes to emphasize in his paintings what these subjects are actually in the process of doing, as opposed to what their physical form and that visualization first appears to be.
Mark wishes to credit his parents Nancy & Clifford Miller for their long and loving support for his artistic opportunities.
Meet Mark at Booth 80 or visit his website at http://www.marknbrownfineart.com
ON DUTY by Christie Shinn
2011 Shirt
"ON DUTY"
by Christie Shinn

Christie Shinn is a self-taught artist based in Canada and Hawaii, depending on the season. Her art is displayed in galleries and collections around the world and continues to earn praise from collectors and publications alike. She also has a growing portfolio of corporate clients including recent work for Vans Triple Crown of Surfing and the Quicksilver Hawaiian Islands Vintage Surf Auction.
With a clean, bright, and recognizable style, Christie documents day to day life in her neighborhood. Her paintings steer clear of the familiar postcard imagery, and instead feature smaller moments that are telling of a larger experience. Her subjects range from faded concert posters and sticker-heavy trash cans to lesser known landmarks, local groms, and everyone who is unmistakably "North Shore." Christie would like to thank her hanai family for allowing her to call the North Shore home.
Meet Christie at Booth 94 or visit her website at http://www.theartofshinn.com