KAHU KIMO newest artwork is STUNNING !
My Poured Paintings as well as my current series of artwork, the Kona Airscapes, employ a wet-in-wet technique which allows for a lot of fluidity and the happenstance of chance. It is a technique which demands intense focusing on the moment, on what is happening and knowing how to stop or capture the liquid movement so that it can dry in place! [Ed.note: see the outstanding newest Hilo Airscapes! ]
The current reality that I am focused on is my parish’s 4thAnnual Russian Festival, which will occur this coming Saturday, October 22nd. For the past 7 Saturdays, 8 hours each day, we have made hundreds of dozens of pierogies by hand, over 400 pieroshki (sort of like meat filled turnovers), over 600 cabbage rolls, cookies, and more! This coming Thursday we will gather again to…
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