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HIROKI MORINOUE


Born in Kealakekua, Hawaii, 1947

EDUCATION
1982    Moku-hanga(Japanese Woodblock Printing), under T. Okubo sensei, Japan
1976    Sumi-e(Japanese Brush Painting), under K. Ito sensei, Kanagawa, Japan
1973    California College of Arts & Crafts, Oakland, CA, B.F.A.

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
1994 – 01 Holualoa Foundation for Arts & Culture, Holualoa, HI., Board of Director,
            Serve as President & Vice-President
1992 – 94 The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, HI., Exhibition Selection Committee
1985 -    Kona Arts Center, Board of Director

SPONSORSHIP
1976 – 78 Contemporary Art Center of Hawaii, Sponsorship to Japan
1974      The William Twigg-Smith Artist in Residence Program,
            Hawaii Volcanos Nat’l Park, Volcano, HI

TEACHING
1993 -    Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass, CO., Instructor & a master printmaker
1989 -    Kala Institute, Berkeley, CA., Instructor
          TEMARI Center for Asian & Pacific Arts, Honolulu, HI., Instructor/Lecturer
          Honolulu Printmaking Workshop, Honolulu, HI., Instructor
          Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center, Makawao, Maui, Instructor
1979      Artist in Public School Program, Big Island, HI., Artist/Instructor
1974 – 76 University of Hawaii, Continuing Education Program, Instructor
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AWARDS & GRANTS
1996    First Place in Water Media, 24th Annual Spring Arts Festival, Hilo, HI
        “Living Treasure of Hawaii”, Honpa Hongwanju Mission of Hawaii, Honolulu
1995    “Certificate of Commendation” for “Kona Coffee Story” historical exhibition,
           worked as a designer with Japanese American Nat’l Museum & Kona Japanese
           Civic Association
1994    Joseph Feker Memorial Award & Hawaii State Foundation on Culture & the Arts
           Acquisition Award, 6th Annual Juried Printmakers Exhibition, Honolulu, HI
1993    N.E.A. Grant, “Art & Dance” with Eva Lee
1991    First Place Award, “Vanishing Points Landscape in Hawaii”, Honolulu, J.C.C
1990    Best of Show & the State Acquisition Award, Spring Art Festival, Hilo, HI
        Second Prize, 1st Annual Juried Exhibition by Hono. J.C.C., Honolulu, HI
1989    The State Acquisition Award, Hawaii Craftsman, Annual Juried Exhibit, Hono., HI
1988    Juror’s Award, Hawaii Craftsman, Annual Juried Exhibit, Hono., HI
1986    Best of Show & the State Acquisition Award, 14th Annual Spring Arts Festival,
           Hilo, HI
1983    First Prize, Kanagawa Suisai Renmei Ten(Watercolor Soc.), Annual Juried Exhibit,
           Yokohama, Japan
1978    Best of Painting Award, 7th Annual Easter Art Festival, Juried, Hilo, HI
1977    Kanagawa Prefecture Governor’s Award, Hama-ten, 53rd Annual Juried Exhibition,
           Yokohama, Japan
1975    Best of Show & the City of Honolulu Purchase Award, Hawaii Art Open One,
           Juried Exhibition, Honolulu Council of Culture & the Arts, Honolulu, HI
1974    Best of Show & the State Acquisition Award, 2nd Annual Easter Art Festival,
           Juried, Hilo, HI
        First Prize, 13th Annual Juried Exhibition of Watercolor & Serigraph Society,
           Honolulu, HI

COMMISSIONS
2001      First Hawaiian Bank, Kapiolani Branch, Honolulu, “Raked earth” (mural)
1999      The State Foundation/Dept. of Education’s Art in Public Places Program
             Pahoa High School & the Community Library “River Wall” (mural)
1996 – 98 The State Foundation’s Art in Public Places Program,
             Honolulu Convention Center “Mauka, Makai” (15’ X 90’ mural)
1995 – 96 The State Foundation’s Art in Public Places Program,
             Honolulu State Library, “Ocean Currents” (floor tiles)
1994 – 95 Japanese American Nat’l Museum, “Kona Coffee Story” Exhibit design
1993      First Hawaiian Bank, Kailua-Kona, “Earth Surfaces” (mural)
          Mauna Lani Resort Visitor & Arrival Center, Waikoloa, “Water’s Edge”(mural)
1991      Hyatt Regency Kauai, “Circle Cloud” (Bronze Sculpture)
1990      Hyatt Regency, Waikiki, “Stepping Stone”
          Hyatt Regency, Waikoloa, “Garden View” & “Untitled”
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SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2001    “Works on Paper 1971 – 2001”, Maui Community Arts & Cultural Center, Maui
        “Works on Paper 1971 – 2001”, Wailoa & East Hawaii Cultural Center,
           Hilo, HI (catalogue available)
        Recent Works, The Contemporary Museum at First Hawaiian Bank Center,
           Honolulu, HI
        Hilden & Hahn Studios, New York, NY
1998    Freed Gallery, Lincoln City, OR
        Ramsay Gallery, Honolulu, HI
1997    Freed Gallery, Lincoln City, OR
        Hilden & Hahn Studios, New York, NY (w/daughter Miho Morinoue)
1995    The Contemporary Museum at Alana Waikiki, Honolulu, HI
1991    Joanne Chappell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1990    Gallery of the Pacific, Mauna Lani, HI
1989    The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, HI
1988    Editions Limited, San Francisco, CA
1987    Volcano Arts Center, Volcano, HI
        Gallery EAS, Honolulu, HI
1986    Art Loft, Honolulu, HI
1985    Kabutoya Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
        Shonan Gallery, Kanagawa, Japan
        Stones Gallery, Kauai, HI
1984    Kabutoya Gallery, Tokyo & Nagoya, Japan
        Gallery EAS, Honolulu, HI
        Amaury St. Gills Contemporary Fine Art, Tokyo, Japan
1982    Volcano Arts center, Volcano, HI
        Gallery EAS, Honolulu, HI
1981    Kona Arts Center, Holualoa, HI
        The Beuret Gallery, Honolulu, HI
1980    Volcano Arts Center, Volcano, HI
        Gima’s Art Gallery, Honolulu, HI
1978    Contemporary Arts Center of HI., Honolulu, HI
        Kona Arts Center, Holualoa, HI
        Wailea Arts Center, Kihei, Maui
        Volcano Arts Center, Volcano, HI
1976    Wailoa Center, Hilo, HI
        University of Hawaii, Hilo Campus, Hilo, HI
        Kay’s Aloha Art Gallery, Hilo, HI
        Volcano Arts Center, Volcano, HI
1975    Downtown Gallery, Honolulu, HI
        Kona Arts Center, Holualoa, HI
1974    Kay’s Aloha Art Gallery, Hilo, HI
1973    Waimea Village Inn Gallery, Waimea, HI
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SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2006     BMOCA, Boulder, CO, “Woodcut Prints from Shark’s Ink.: Out of the Woods”
2005     Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID, “Shark and His Ink”
         Savannah College of Art & Design, Savannah, GA, “Print, Process, Collaboration”
2004     Hudson Gallery, Sylvania, OH, “Celebrating Contemporary Printmaking 2004”
2002     J. Johnson Gallery, Jacksonville Beach, FL, “Contemporary Printmakers”
         Oskar Friedl Gallery, Chicago, IL , “Printer’s Dozen”
         Flanders Graphics, Minneapolis, MN, “Prints from Shark’s Ink.”
         Gallery of Contemporary Art, UCCS, Colorado Springs, CO, “Shark’s Ink., 1976-
              2001”
2001     Honolulu Academy of Arts, Honolulu, HI, Invitational “East meets West”
         East Hawaii Cultural Center & Wailoa Center, “Hawaii Island Invitational
           2001”, Hilo, HI
         Honolulu Printmakers, 73rd Annual Exhibition, Juried, Honolulu, HI
2000     William Havu Gallery, Denver, CO, Invitational, Selected Prints
1999     Boulder Art Museum, Boulder, CO, Confluence
1998     Honolulu Academy of Arts, Honolulu, Invitational “Artists of Hawaii 1998”
         JB Speed Museum, Louisville, KY, Prints by Shark’s
         Ghoster Gallery, University of Wisconsin, WN, “What’s hot at Shark’s”
         Japanese Garden Society of Oregon, Portland, OR, “Interiors by Invitation”
1997     University of HI, Honolulu, HI 6th Int’l Shoe Box Exhibition, Juried & invitational
         Honolulu Japanese Chamber of Commerce(HJCC), Honolulu, invitational,
             “Japanese American Contemporary Artists”
1996     First Hawaiian Bank Center, Honolulu, invitational, “Artists/Hawaii”
1995     Studio 7 Gallery, Holualoa, HI (w/Miho Morinoue)
1994     Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center, Makawao, Maui, “Printer’s Art”
         Linekona Academy Art Center, Honolulu, HI “Landmarks” (w/Setsuko)
1994     Linekona Academy Art Center, Hono., 2nd Pacific Rim Sculpture Conference
         The Joanne Chappell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1993     Aloha Theater, Kainaliu, HI, 3rd “Art & Dance” Stage Art
         The Contemporary Museum, Hono., 1st Pacific Rim Sculpture Conference
         JHCC, Honolulu, “Commitment to Excellence”, invitational
         Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center, Maui, “Feast or Famine”, invitational
1992     Joanne Chappell Gallery, S.F., CA, “Japonisme”
         Stones Gallery, Kauai, “Japonisme” (w/Setsuko)
         Aloha Theater, 2nd “Art & Dance”, Stage Art
1991     The Contemporary Museum, Hono., HI, invitational
         Aloha Theater, 1st “Art & Dance”, Stage Art (w/Eva Lee)
1990     Stones Gallery, Kauai
         The Mark Masuoka Gallery, Las Vegas, NV (w/John Buck)
         Kala Institute Gallery, Berkeley, CA, “Prints from Wood”
1989     Golden West College, Huntington Beach, CA, “Woodcut Prints”
         The Traveling Group Exhibit to Oahu, Kauai, Maui & Hawaii,
             “Visions of the Volcano”
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1987       Volcano Arts Center & Studio 7 Gallery, HI, Recent Works (w/John Buck)
           Honolulu Academy of Arts, Honolulu, HI, invited artist
           East Hawaii Cultural Center, Hilo
           Stones Gallery, Kauai
1985       The Contemporary Art Center of HI., Honolulu, “Oahu Kanyaku Imin Centennial
              Invitational Art Exhibit
1983       Metropolitan Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan, Suisai Renmei Ten (Nat’l W.C. Soc.)
           Kenmin Hall, Yokohama, Japan, Suisai Renmei Ten(Kanagawa W.C. Soc.)
1982       Wailea Art Center, Kihei, Maui
           The Contemporary Art Center of HI., Hono., Visual Arts & Writers Collaboration
           Kenmin Hall, Yokohama, Japan, 59th Hama Ten
           Kenmin Hall, Yokohama, Japan, Ken Ten
1981       Hono. J.C.C., Honolulu, HI, invitational
1980       The Contemporary Art Center of HI, Hono., HI, invitational
1979       The Contemporary Art Center of HI, Image Foundation, Photography Exhibition
           Hono. Academy of Arts, 29th Annual, invitational
1975       Hono. Academy of Arts, 25th Annual, invitational
           Hono. Academy of Arts, Five watercolorists traveling exhibit
2002       Palm Spring Art Museum, CA, Nat’l Watercolor Society, Annual, juried

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
   The State Foundation on Culture & the Arts, HI
   Honolulu Council on Culture & the Arts, HI
   The Honolulu Academy of Arts, HI
   The Contemporary Museum, HI
   The National Park Collection, MD
   Ueno no Mori Museum, Tokyo, Japan
   City of Fujisawa, Kanagawa, Japan
   The Achenback Foundation for Graphic Arts, The Fine Arts Museums of S.F., CA
   Alexander & Baldwin Inc., HI
   Castle & Cooke Inc., HI
   American Mutural Underwriter Ltd., HI
   First Nationwide Bank, HI                      K.P.M.G. Peat Marwith, Boston, Mass.
   Shin Nihon Jitsugyo Co., HI                   Sunhills Country Club, Tokyo, Japan
   Hyatt Regency at Waikiki, Waikoloa & Kauai First Hawaiian Bank, Kona, Hono., & S.F.
   Ueda & Seta Asso., Inc., HI                   Mauna Lani Resort, HI
   Paul Louie & Asso., A.I.A., HI                Pacific Insurance, HI
   Pilpotts, Obayashi & Asso., Inc., HI          A.M.N.I., Hayward, CA
   William Hoey Co., S.F., CA                    Cades Schutte Fleming Wright, HI
   Hammeter Corp., HI                            Neiman Marcus, Hono. & Chicago
   Bank of Hawaii, HI                            GTE Hawaiian Tel, HI
   Shiseido, Japan                               Ilikai Public
   Hallmark Collection, MO                       Lemay & Erdman & Asso., Inc., WI
   Stark                                         Nixon Art Asso., Ill
   Case & Lynch, HI                              Irene Drori Graphics, CA
Isutani Ranch, HI   Alana Hotel, HI
Halekoa, HI

								
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