Doug Young has exhibited in
solo and group exhibitions
nationally and internationally.
Some of his public works and
commissions include the First
Hawaiian Towers on Fort Street
Mall, The Estate of James Camp-
bell - Executive Offices in Kapolei, The Environmental Protection Agency - San Francisco, The Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, Security Pacific National Bank - Los Angeles & San Francisco, The Contemporary Museum, and the Honolulu Academy of Arts.
He recently completed a 5 large glass mural commission for the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts at the new Kapolei Judicial Building Complex.
Doug is married to an artist-sculptress, Babs Miyano-Young and they have two daughters. He has been a full-time artist since 1973 and is a 1969 graduate of Roosevelt High School.
Doug Young and Yvonne Elliman are two of the famous and talented members of the RHS '69.
Yvonne makes her art through music while Doug makes his in supurb paintings and other works.
We occasionally have profiled Doug's work and the response has been terrific. Artists are special people and they can touch our soul with what they create.
Doug has a new show for his Water Series.
His inspiration comes from the private and anchialine ponds on the north Kona coast at a place called Keawaiki or "little harbor".
Interested in finding out more about his showing and his work?