SILVER-GREY; A CORNER OF KAILUA
20" x 22"
Oil on hand-primed linen, with custom frame by the artist | Larger Image
I went at this piece with a variety of objectives, not the least of which was to get at an aspect of Hawai’I’s charm which is so easily overlooked; the color and the look of shade and light itself.
The powerful patterns and shapes, delicate to abrupt contrasts, and dry, sun bleached color of this place, well known to locals, made for an intriguing composition. There’s motion to this motionless scene, and viewed in the proper light, a shimmering sliver-grey quality that I adore.
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