When: Tuesday, Feb. 5th, 2019
Time: 4:30 pm- 7:00 pm
Where: Hiro’s Ohana Grill

Price: $30 for non-members and $24 for current MAC members
Don’t delay! Seating is limited!

At the February’s Art Bar session, artist Kanoe Dudoit will  guide everyone on how to create an acrylic silhouette painting of a horse with the mountain landscape in the background. Kanoe will be keeping it simple by using only five western colors and some stencils. 

All materials are provided compliments of the Molokai Arts Center and each participant will get to take their piece of art home with them. Be sure to wear something comfortable that you don’t mind getting paint on and feel free to bring your own apron (although MAC will have some on hand that can be borrowed).

A little bit about Kanoe: 

Thanks to her mother, as a youth Kanoelani R. (Chong-Kalima)Dudoit has often been exposed to the Arts and Crafts. The fact that she grew up in the islands helped feed her artistic desire within. Constantly being surrounded by inspiration, ideas would flow through her mind like a river to the sea. Art allowed her to thrive, gain confidence and find different ways to express herself in her own unique way.
 
Thus, in 2014, she enrolled herself as a full-time as a student at the University of Hawai’i-Maui College. She also, became an AmeriCorps volunteer at the Moloka’i Arts Center in 2015 to obtain hands on experience with like-minded professionals in the field. Then, in 2018, she graduated with an Associate’s degree in Liberal Arts and Hawaiian Studies from UHMC-Moloka’i. Now, in 2019 she began a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts, in hopes to be on her way to becoming a productive member of the next generation of Art enthusiasts. From there, she wants to gain a Master’s degree in Fine Arts as well. Ultimately giving her the complete freedom she has always been seeking. To teach, inspire and lead others of all ages in the community to not be afraid to let go of the natural artist within themselves.

Feb 2019 Art Bar