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22 - Apr
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(Nearby Event: Other)
Where:Nā Lama Kukui, 560 North Nimitz Highway,, Honolulu County, Hawaii, United States, 96817
Nā Lama Kukui Design Center is unveiling a new pop-up exhibit featuring artwork by artists Solomon Enos, Judd Boloker and Jack Soren. The public is invited to stroll through the open atrium of the design center and enjoy these three artists' pieces, which will be on display for a limited time. The exhibit will include paintings by Solomon Enos, a well-known Native Hawaiian artist and illustrator who has been making art for more than 30 years in a variety of media. His art touches on themes of ancestry and identity, all through the lens of his experience as a person indigenous to Hawai'i. The public can also view art by Jack Soren, who hails from O‘ahu's North Shore and started his art career drawing characters and painting graffiti. This young artist has a signature style of graphic silhouettes that pay homage to surf lifestyle and draws inspiration from Hawaiian culture. A POW! WOW! Hawai‘i artist, Soren's painted large scale murals in Waikīkī and Kaka‘ako. The third featured artist is Judd Boloker, who is originally from New York and lives in Honolulu. His work has been featured all over the country. One of his famous series focuses on stunning images of Hawaiian lei against a backdrop of contrasting colors. He describes his artwork as a blend of traditional and modern technique, incorporating colored pencils with digital drawing. Be sure to mark your calendars for the next "Art in the Atrium" scheduled from June 15 through July 15! *Masks and Social Distancing required
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