Beau attended HAWAIIAN OHANA for EDUCATION in the ARTS in 2011 where he explored creating different types of adornments using various materials.
Beau Jack was one of five artists chosen to showcase their work in a month long exhibit at the Wailoa Arts and Cultural Center.
The 2011 Piko Awards Juried Art Show was where Beau Jack's attention to detail started to be noticed. This segmented bracelet earned him the HOEA award.
Beau Jack fit right in at Current Revisions showing his contemporary adornment at the Kahilu Gallery. This venue consisted of 14 of Hawaii's working artisans, craftsmen,contemporary artists,and cultural practitioners.The exhibit showcased a variety of modern Hawaiian implements and art which were first made in ancient times. Its purpose was to reveal the evolution of these pieces.
In May 2013, Beau Jack was honored to have his work on the cover of the MAMO Artist Guide alongside the breathtaking painting of Aunty Kauanoelehua Chang. This pairing was especially meaningful due to the fact that Aunty Kauanoe helped Hiko Hanapi establish the Hawaiian 'Ohana for Education in the Arts, the school which Beau attended in 2011. This experience was life changing for Beau Jack, both artistically and culturally. While attending HOEA, he saw a past MAMo artist guide for the first time. He became determined to have his work featured within its pages, never expecting to be on the cover.