We are Looking forward to the ELEGANT works of Don Hukari! Read below for more information about his work.
Biography: Don Hukari was born in Hood River, Oregon. He completed his BS in Industrial Design at San Jose State University and moved to Sonora in 1974, opening a commercial graphic design studio in the Bradford Building in downtown in 1978. In 1988, Hukari Designs began publishing the Central Sierra Seasons Magazine. Don now does his art and commercial design from his home studio on Yosemite Road near Sonora, California. For Don Hukari, the silkscreen media offers a large brush to simplify the fast-paced world of details in which we live. Working in series of under 100, plus monoprints and proofs, Don has developed a varied body of work. Every print is hand printed by the artist and is unique with subtle variations in transparent colors.
Don Hukari has been a print-maker for over 40 years. His serigraphs are often loose, free-color pieces. Other pieces can be hard-edged contemporary graphics often of landscape subjects. Honors include awards at local shows including the Mother Lode Fair and Calaveras County Fair. His Yosemite Renaissance serigraph was selected by Yosemite Association for their poster calendar, Clavey Confluence was published for Tuolumne River promotions and Pinecrest was adopted by the US Forest Service for development programs. Don regularly shows in the InFocus Photography Exhibition in Tuolumne County, California. These works are typically dramatic abstracts of city buildings and reflections.
About City Scapes
When I walk in the city I look up, amazed at
the architectural patterns and reflections of
surrounding buildings on the glass above me.
I have carried my camera with me from coast to coast – from New York and Tampa to Seattle, San Francisco and San Diego.
Over the past ten years I have assembled a
large body of work from these photographs.
Some are almost exactly as seen through the
camera lens and some are heavily altered.
These digital photographs are available printed on satin photo paper with archival inks for conventional framing under glass, on metal for an unframed graphic and on canvas up to 48 inches wide with a
See more of his work at Small Space Fest: June 20th, 2016
Don Hukari's Website HERE