2021 Hawaii’s Woodshow, Na Lā’au o Hawai’i
Hawaii Opera Plaza
848 S. Beretania Street, Honolulu
Saturday, November 20 through Sunday, December 5
The 2021 Hawaii’s Woodshow, Na La‘au o Hawai‘i will be the Hawai‘i Forest Industry Association’s (HFIA) 29th annual juried woodworking exhibition. Attendees will be treated to extraordinary heirloom-quality works made from interesting and beautiful Hawai‘i-grown woods. Hawaii’s Woodshow encourages an appreciation for the participating artists and the materials they use. It promotes the positive role forests play in our economy and ecology.
The Show calls for the use of wood from Hawaiian-grown tree species, especially those that have been planted and brought to maturity here in Hawai‘i. It serves as a reference point for the planting of native and non-native high value hardwoods for future generations.
Sharon Doughtie, an artist/woodturner and teacher whose work is in several major museums and private collections.
Bundit Kanisthakon, an Associate Professor at the UH School of Architecture and founder of Tadpole Studio
David G. Smith, is the Administrator and State Forester of DLNR Division of Forestry and Wildlife.
2021 Hawaii’s Woodshow Sponsors
Paniolo Tonewoods LLC
DLNR Division of Forestry & Wildlife
Hawai‘i Forest Institute
Ron and Myra Kent Fund of the Hawai’i Community Foundation
Tusher Architectural Group
Forest Solutions, Inc.
Honua Ola Bioenergy
Maile (Up to $499)
C. Barton Potter
Hawai‘i Wood Utilization Team
Peter Simmons-In the Woods
Shaun Fleming-Wooden Touches, LLC
Tai Lake Fine Woodworking
Thomas Loudat, TNSP Inc.
Learn more at Hawaii’s Wood Show (hawaiiforest.org)