ʻOihana Hale Waihona Puke Aupuni o ka Mokuʻāina o Hawaiʻi
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View an exhibition of Sumi-e artwork by students of local instructor and artist Hisae Shouse at Hawaii State Library. The Japanese art of Sumi-e, or ink painting, involves limiting characteristics to capture the essence of the subjects with black ink. The artists use gradations of black ranging from pure black to the lightest shades achievable by dissolving ink in water. The art requires only black ink, water, rice paper, & brushes. The exhibit will displayed in the First Floor Reading Room and is available for viewing during the library’s regular business hours.
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