Dedicated to fine art of Asia and Hawaiʻi


Hawaiian and Asian Fine Art Gallery

Untitled by Tadashi Sato

I’d like to introduce you to one of my favorite Tadashi Sato paintings today. This is a fantastic piece from 1970. And of course, Tadashi Sato was one of Hawaii’s most important abstract expressionist artists.

Hawaiian and Asian Fine Art Gallery

TBFAS Gallery is dedicated to Fine art of Hawaii and Polynesia. With a special focus on Mid Century paintings and sculpture. Artists such as Tadashi Sato, Jerry Okimoto and Satoru Abe of the Metcalf Chteau group of Asian American artists in the Abstract expressionism genre are primary. Fine art and antiques of Polynesia and Hawaii are also a main focus.
Tokonoma Arts is the Asian side of the Gallery which showcases art of China, Japan and Korea. Both traditional antique and contemporary paintings, sculpture, jade and fine rare Huanghuali wood furniture. Scrolls and screens of the Nihonga School as well as Japanese basket and bamboo sculpture is also of great appreciation. A Tokonoma in a Japanese home is a space between rooms for artwork, placed for the enjoyment of visiting guests. This presentation with the thought of a guest in mind is the basis of Tokonoma Arts philosophy of thoughtfulness


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