Next lei print completed . . . . . The creation of this Hinahina print involved headache-inducing detail: the work required going through double the amount of pencils, five extra days of drawing / coloring, and three extra days of digital work. Please see some of the work in progress shots below. I'm not sure the photo does it justice. I hope you'll be able to see it in person soon !
Stages of Work:
Happy to announce being a part of the first "Art in the Atrium" Exhibit taking place at the Na Lama Kukui Design Center (Formerly the Gentry Pacific Design Center) from April 15 - May 15th. I'm excited to have my work featured along with Solomon Enos and Jack Soren in this three person exhibit. I have 10 pieces hanging . . . . a lot of new work, both Haku and Shells. The atrium is a great place to see them up close and in person ! The center is located at 560 North Nimitz Highway. It's the perfect excuse to leave your COVID home base behind and look at something besides Netflix . . . .
Work in Progress:
A few photos from the work in progress . . . . .
Steps in the process (I can tell you for certain there were a lot more than 100 eyes):
Some photos of the process . . . .
Some photos from earlier stages in "the process" . . . .
Judd Boloker - Art of Hawaii
Artist - Honolulu, Hawaii