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Taking a break from serious landscapes and returning to my Hawaii kawaii roots…next to the National Parks volcanos on the Big Island…inspired by vintage cartoons with shimmery 'i'iwi honeycreepers and different hues of the 'ōhi'a lehua…which were one of the first flowers in Hawai'i as it could withstand life in the cracks of lava.
- Size: 8" x 10" with 11" x 14" matte
- Printed on pearlized white specialty paper by Maui Printworks in Wailuku, Maui
- Made by B. Miyo Art, a Native Hawaiian artist
About B. Miyo Art
Bailey Onaga is an artist born, raised, and based in Wailuku, Maui. Her aesthetic is a homage to her native Hawaiian heritage and 6 years of living in Fukuoka, Japan. B. Miyo is a mix of her first initial, as well as her middle name "Miyoko." She has experience painting murals with Precita Eyes Muralists in San Francisco, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Fine Arts and Japanese Studies. She has also collaborated on installations with her teacher, Philip Sabado. Her art has been exhibited in Hawai'i, Indonesia, and Japan.