Daniel Fuller’s work as a photographer and artist is best understood through his 26 years as a surfer, of which the past 13 years have been as a big wave specialist. Fuller’s travels as a world renowned surfer and an unwitting professional model have helped evolve Fuller’s craft in a natural and organic process.
This Thursday, November 5, the always anticipated Hawai‘i’s Modern Masters takes over Luxury Row, where the finest in art will be on display through December 1. Peruse through Chanel, Gucci, Moncler, and Hugo Boss to view selected works from seven esteemed artists: Daniel Fuller, Orion Shepherd, Kanoa Zimmerman, Tim Freeman, George Wollard, Kim Duffet, and Tim Garcia.
On the occasion of Hawai‘i’s Modern Masters, Luxury Row has made a contribution to the Honolulu Museum of Art’s Art to Go outreach program. Dedicated to serving Hawai‘i’s at-risk youth, the program focuses on bringing arts education into underserved public schools and communities throughout Hawaii. Selected works by the Art to Go student artists will also be on display during the Hawai‘i’s Modern Masters exhibit.
Hawai‘i’s Modern Masters is free and open to the public from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Complimentary valet parking is available. For more information, visit luxuryrow.com.