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The framing for this RUN includes a 1 inch black wood frame with UV-glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.
"The concept for the piece started mid 2012 as cover artwork for The Green’s new single Liar. The female figure was created with oil paints but the Tako (Japanese for octopus) legs were created in the Japanese tradition of gyotaku, or fish printing. The animal is placed on a flat surface with its legs arranged, painted with watered down sumi ink and then pressed with rice paper leaving the imprint of the tako. My friends and I catch the tako and other fish that I use in my pieces when we go spearfishing and depending on the type of ink I use they are usually still edible after the printing process." - Kamea Hadar
Kamea Hadar grew up in the worlds of his Japanese mother and Israeli father. He began studying drawing and painting from a young age. As a child he took classes at the Honolulu Art Academy and University of Hawaii; and spent periods living, studying and creating at the Sorbonne in Paris, University of St. Louis in Madrid and the University of Tel Aviv, Israel. He currently resides in Honolulu, HI and is the youngest board member of the Hawaii Arts Alliance, one of the lead directors of POW! WOW! Hawaii and designer/artistic director of Utopium, home of POW! WOW! Hawaii.
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