10th Issue

Artists in this issue:

Bix Barker 
Guy Camilleri 
Brian Garvey 
Nadia Hava-Robbins 
Dennis McGeary - Cover 

Issue 3.2
Mixed Media
8.5 x 11
1997

 Folio was available at Abacus Studio, Art Plantation, Borders Books and Music, The Contemporary Museum Store and Sisu Gallery.

Dennis McGeary - Cover

Stacey Paul 
Bente Petersen 
Lisa Shiroma 
Alanna Stewart-Bell 
Kate Stewart 
Carol Banks-Weber 
Maggie Yee - Back Cover

Folio 94 reception: Coffee Time Cafe, 3506 Waialae Ave.

8th Issue

Artists in this issue: 

Dennis McGeary 
Deanna Mukai - Cover Collaborator 
Arthur Nelander - Cover Collaborator 
Stacey Paul 
Alanna Stewart-Bell 
Kate Stewart 
Lydia Vierra 
Maggie Yee 

Susan Anderson 
Carol Banks-Weber 
Suzanne Dix 
Brian Garvey 
Gena Greno 
Maria Hava 
Nadia Hava-Robbins 
Saint Marko 

David Akiona - Cover 

Carol Banks-Weber 
Jeff Clark 
Carol D'Angelo 
Suzanne Dix 
Dexter Doi 
Red Flea 
Brian Garvey 
Margo Goodwill 
Gena Greno 
Maria Hava 
Nadia Hava-Robbins 
Brian Igarta 
Saint Marko 

Dennis McGeary 
Megan Mongelli - Back Cover 
Arthur Nelander 
Guy Overfelt 
Stacey Paul 
Micheal Ruane 
John Squires 
Alanna Stewart-Bell 
Kate Stewart 
Joe Talkington 
Bert Taylor 
Paul Weinman 
Elliot Weiss 
Maggie Yee 

7th Issue

Artists in this issue:

Secret of the Heiau: Akin O'Rono (Author)

Cover plus Illustrations by Dennis McGeary
There are many life’s lesson and unique native perspective in the Secret of the Heiau.

Hawaiian artist Dennis McGeary depicts Jonah's condition well in 2001 abstract painting entirely in black, white and gray. A mass of contoured lines takes up nearly all the painting, suggesting simultaneously both the interior massiveness of a whale-like creature and the swirling waves of the storm. Almost hidden in the center, a few lines are bent up, -saillike- the tiny ship in a storm. Along the uprising lines on a lower side we see a man falling, his hands raised uselessly as he descends where he does not wish to go--Jonah cast overboard. Finally, set off in an undersized black square in the opposite corner, is the small, hunkered form of the swallowed prophet, brooding over what has happened to him. How he must wonder at God's design in all this!

Surprised by Grace: God's Relentless Pursuit of Rebels - Tullian Tchividjian

William Graham Tullian Tchividjian is Billy Graham's grandson.

Spanish version