Frequently Asked Questions
We are happy revise and correct any artist directory information. Just send us an email to [email protected] with a description of the desired change, and also your relationship to the artist (self, business manager, etc). If you would like to remove your artist listing in the directory, please provide the reason for requesting removal (if you are not the artist, please make sure to describe your authority to act on behalf of the artist).
We welcome all Hawaii artists who are “professional” (selling their art commercially), as seen in the current Hawaii Artists directory. If you meet this criteria, then please send us an email to [email protected] with the following information, and we will review your request: Name, Web site, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, email, phone, address (optional).
Yes, we will consider “Fine Art” photographers as members of the Hawaii Artists Directory. Note that 808Arts.com is NOT a stock photo service, and we do not promote documentary, scenic or journalistic photography. Instead, we look for true “Fine Art Photography”, which is defined as images created with the vision of the photographer, ie, the photographer is expressing an idea, a message, or an emotion above and beyond the scene, and has a clear artistic intent. Simply taking a high quality photo of a beautiful moment or location does not qualify. You must clearly add creative input on top of any natural beauty to make a statement.
If you are the registered user that added the Event, you can log in and then go to your list of events at My Events, and remove the event. If you are not the registered user who originally added the event, then email [email protected] with an explanation of the problem, how you would like to see it corrected, and your relationship to the event.
If you are the registered user that added the event, you can log in and then go to your list of events, and edit the event.
If you are not the registered user who added the event, then email [email protected] with an explanation of the problem, how you would like to see it corrected, and your relationship to the event.
UV resistant acrylic is a type of plexiglass that filters out harmful UV (ultraviolet) rays. These rays will fade inks and paint over time, so it’s very important to use UV-resistant acrylics, as well as keep art out of direct sunlight. We include UV-resistant acrylic in every order we frame.
We welcome the general public, along with artists, wholesale/retail people, influencers and all others interested in Hawaii art. Please fill out the email newsletter form at the bottom of this page to stay in touch with us for upcoming art events, new artists, and the latest contemporary Hawaii art.
We’d love to have your destination added to our various community resources listings (Artsy Destinations, Associations & Non-Profits, Artist Directory, Resources). Please email us at [email protected] the name of your entity, web site, and attach a logo file. We’ll review and add it if appropriate.
How to report art damaged during shipping.
Although we strive to pack all artwork professionally to protect against damage during shipping, accidents happen. If your art arrives with any damage, you need to report it as follows:
- Take detailed photos of the exterior box/packaging as well as damaged artwork
- Email photos and your name and order # to: [email protected]
- We will review the photos and reply to you with further instructions.
- Any claims for damages without supporting photos cannot be honored, we need proof of damage in order to file claims with our shippers.
- Upon approval of a damage claim, we will provide replacement art or a refund, at our discretion.
Yes we ship to most countries around the world. If you would like to know the cost in advance of ordering, simply add the product to your cart and then go to Checkout to enter your address and estimate shipping. Note that any customs and duty fees charged are not included in the purchase price and are the responsibility of the recipient.