For a limited time (all of 2017) between the Law Library and the Music Dept at UH Manoa you'll find a wonderfully colorful collection of impromptu murals by current art students and alumni. I am very excited to be one of the invited alumna! About 13 student artists are participating, and the work will be featured on the plywood barricades surrounding the construction site at the corner of Dole Street and Lower Campus Road.
My final piece is actually a fun representation on color theory! Specifically Isaac Newton's theory of light and refraction. The icebergs represent the prism that the sun shines through to create the ROYGBIV rainbow. And although Newton choose to represent the color spectrum n his writing seven separate colors (even though I would argue that the spectrum is really only one subtly shifting band of light) I choose to paint six octopuses, one to represent each color on the classic color wheel used by painters still.
Please feel free to scroll through my pictures to see a little bit of my process. I try to paint very quickly so this only took me about a day and a half. The final dimensions are 8" tall x 16" long.
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