Artist Mike Field draws inspiration for his art from his time spent on the water, whether paddle boarding, surfing, or sailing
On the First Friday of each month from 5:30-8:30pm, the galleries and shops of Holualoa town open for a wonderful evening of art in a way that you’ve never experienced before. Not only will you discover incredible local art in a variety of mediums, but you will likely meet the artists and chat with them about their inspiration and process.
Visit Holualoa this Friday, February 5 from 5:30-8:30pm for great art and conversations | Photo by M. Field Art
Artist Mike Field is rolling out new products and artwork at his gallery for this week’s event on Friday, February 5. Born in Guam and raised in Hawaii, Mike’s “inspiration for his creativity comes from the Polynesian lifestyle, its ocean and the floras that canvas the islands.” Don’t miss his wonderful collection of original paintings, prints, and apparel at his Holualoa store this week.
M. Field will be presenting 12 new prints this Friday | Photos by M. Field Art
Artist Mike Field will be at the M. Field Gallery this Friday evening, talking story and unveiling 12 brand new print images. Each unique piece masterfully uses color, shape, and perspective to provide the viewer a fresh vantage point of the beauty of the islands.
Terry Field’s paintings will be on display at the M. Field Gallery in Holualoa this Friday. | Photo compliments of Terry Field
In addition to Mike’s bold, colorful pieces, you will also be able to see some of his wife, Terry Field’s, new paintings. Her muted tones capture the texture and light of the scene in her calming, peaceful style.
Find M. Field’s signature apparel collection in store | Photo by M. Field Art
M. Field’s excellent signature collection of apparel, hats, and footwear is available in their Holualoa store and on their brand new website. Be sure to stop by the gallery this First Friday to meet Gary Young as well, creator of the one-of-a-kind Bamboo Surfboards.
Mike Field of M. Field Art will be at his store in Holualoa this Friday evening