A great time of year to be back creating artwork in my Honolulu studio space. Received the wonderful news my proposal for Contact 2018 (Contact Zone) has been accepted so I have been madly working to bring my vision into fruition.
These are photos of the last days in my larger, light filled studio space. We are having big changes happening to 729 Studios in Kaka’ako, I know they are a good idea for the long term but I will miss the bright daylight I am losing by my move to a different space within the studios.
My lovely studio space is changing into a gorgeous gallery space and I’m looking forward to seeing artwork from various artists activating the space.
Despite my cranky, jet-lagged mood, my friend Chloe @chloetomomi has been keeping me company and making me laugh in studio as she continues to improve her watercolor and acrylic painting skills. Follow her on Instagram and check out her newly created website: www.chloetomomi.com
In the new smaller studio space I am framing my Endangered Oceans ghost net fiber project for the Punahou Carnival Art Show fundraiser which is coming up the first weekend in February. Also, sketching octopus for both my upcoming cookbook and an art book idea for display in England for World Art Book Day, March 1st.
Oh, and sending out a few more proposal ideas…wish me luck!