Historical Society backs Art Angel Project

The Kaua’i Historical Society is pleased to endorse the work of the Art Angel

Project – Art Restoration, St. Catherine Parish, Kaua’i in its efforts to

restore, document and preserve the original work of art located in three

separate church buildings in different Kaua’i communities.

We support their

concerted efforts to inform and educate our Kaua’i community and the wider

public about this legacy of art donated by the artists: Jean Charlot, Juliette

Mae Fraser and Tseng YuHo (Bette Ecke) and the value of maintaining them for

future generations.

We do this in the knowledge that the Art Angel

Committee will share with our Society any appropriate material researched and

collected including photographic any video documentation as well as any oral

history obtained by the close of this project. We are happy to endorse the work

because it so closely parallels our own purpose as seen in our mission

statement:

“Our mission is to collect, preserve and disseminate the oral,

written and pictorial history of Kaua’i County, to protect and preserve

historic sites, and to educate ourselves and the public about the history and

cultures of Kaua’i and Ni’ihau.”

We applaud their quality of commitment,

continuing research, selection of art conservator and pursuit of grass roots

support.

MARY A. REQUILMAN

Managing Director

Kaua’i Historical

Society

Lihu’e

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