Isaacs Art Center is privileged to be able to display remarkable paintings and other rarities for the benefit of the school, the community, and the visitors. Works by such great painters as D. Howard Hitchcock, Jules Tavernier, Lionel Walden, and Lloyd Sexton are on exhibit as well as a major collection of 1930 oils by Madge Tennent, the largest such collection in the world.
The contemporary section includes works by Jean Charlot, Martha L. Greenwell, and Herb Kawainui Kane, as well as a few rare pieces of Hawaiian furniture and books from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Works in the HPA collection are identified as such. There are also pieces on loan from private collections.