Three artists from Hawaii individually address issues informing abstraction in the 21st century. Debra Drexler is professor of drawing and painting, UH Manoa, with a working studio in New York. Her work communicates on many levels, through the dynamics of temperature, saturation, and focus. Trained as an architect, Maui artist Don Bernshouse follows a daily painting meditation practice expressing time, emotional spontaneity, and the obstacles of personifying artist as self. Tom Lieber has explored abstraction for over 40 years living on Kauai, using nature as inspiration in large-scale bold canvases imbued with dynamic gestural marks and a blended moody palette.