hand-carved 'ohe kāpala stamps

hand-carved 'ohe kāpala stamps

Wearable 'ahu garment
Wearable 'ahu garment

The artist wearing a hand-stitched personal ‘ahu from a recent installation, “Until We Meet Again,” pictured with another recent sculpture (“Things They Would Have Told Us”).

  kihei  cloth garment displaying new ‘ohe kāpala telling the story of Mauna Kea and TMT

kihei cloth garment displaying new ‘ohe kāpala telling the story of Mauna Kea and TMT

a pit in the stomach
a pit in the stomach

oyster shells, gold leaf

installation of over 100 shells; dimensions variable

*part of a fundraising project for Dig Deep Water, an organization working to improve access to clean water on the Diné (Navajo) Nation.

night blood (detail)
night blood (detail)

gouache, gold leaf on kozo paper

20.5 inches x 8 feet

At the time when the earth became hot...
At the time when the earth became hot...

…at the time when the heavens turned about, at the time when the sun was darkened, to cause the moon to shine

watercolor, ink, salt on paper

29.5 x 14”

a thirst for saltwater
a thirst for saltwater

a gallery-exclusive publication by the artist released by Fuller Rosen Gallery

48 pages / full color

things they would have told us (detail)
things they would have told us (detail)

found insect-eaten log, gold leaf

approx. 60” in length

black snakes in the water (detail)
black snakes in the water (detail)

mixed media on watercolor paper

22.5 x 30”

he wahī pa`akai (one in a series of eight)
he wahī pa`akai (one in a series of eight)

salt and some other things, ‘ohe kāpala on kozo paper

series of 8, each 24 x 24”

he wahī pa`akai
he wahī pa`akai

installation view at the Alice Gallery, Seattle, WA (Duwamish Territory)