This exhibition showcases beautiful wood pieces, from functional furniture to eye-catching artwork, carved from Hawai‘i-grown trees. But don’t expect to see any koa bowls, lauhala or mountain-apple products here—even salvaged deadfall is off limits for any indigenous or endemic Hawaiian woods. For more woody goodness, cross the street and check out Land Division: An Installation by Sean Connelly, a sculpture composed of invasive trees, at the Honolulu Museum of Art, running through Nov. 9.
August 31–September 14, Honolulu Museum of Art School, free, woodshow.hawaiiforest.org
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