The Brighter Picture: Spice Up Your Space with These 6 Local Pieces

Do you have a wall of shame? Poker playing dogs still hanging around? Then this roundup of charming, vibrant artwork will definitely be a huge home improvement.



Photo: Aaron K. Yoshino


Clockwise from top left:

Matt Tapia Howzit print, $30,

Sho Watanabe Yellow Board print, $40,

Matthew Allen Single print, $100, Greenroom Hawai‘i, International Market Place, (808) 377-6766,

Kris Goto Fishies print, $40, Roberta Oaks, 19 N. Pauahi St., (808) 526-1111,

Charlie Dickson Primitive Red acrylic painting on canvas, $250, The Arts at Marks Garage, 1159 Nu‘uanu

Kris Goto Leafy print, $40, Roberta Oaks,




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